Tuesday 3 August 2004 NAIROBI, Aug 3 (AFP) -
Eritrea on Tuesday denied accusations by Khartoum that it is fuelling unrest in Sudan, including support for two rebel groups in the war-ravaged western Darfur region.
"We do not support any group in Sudan, (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 03, 2004 (Khartoum Monitor) — There is a need for the African Union (AU) to send more troops to stop the continued atrocities in the western region of Darfur, stated Peter Abdel-Rahman Sule, chairman of the United (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 World Markets Research Centre (WMRC)
Two leading World Health Organization (WHO) officials have warned of a major health catastrophe in Sudan, according to the Medical Letter. The officials have said that the western region of Darfur (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 CAIRO, Egypt, Aug 03, 2004 — The Arab League will hold an emergency meeting Sunday to discuss Darfur upon the request of Sudan’s foreign minister, the league’s spokesman said Monday.
The U.N. Security Council passed a resolution Friday (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 Yamile Aldama, the London-based former Cuban triple jumper, had an impressive victory in the Austrian Grand Prix in Linz last night, leaping 15.28 metres, the third-longest jump in the world this year.
Aldama will compete for Sudan at (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 3 (AFP) — Pro-government militiamen from southern Sudan killed four people and wounded three when they opened fire on a group of civilians following a quarrel south of the capital, police said Tuesday.
The shooting (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 By David Blair Africa Correspondent, The Daily Telegraph (London).
SUDAN said yesterday that it would ignore the United Nations’ 30-day deadline for disarming the Janjaweed militia and accused America of plotting an invasion. It (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 By MARC LACEY, The New York Times.
EL FASHER, Sudan, Aug. 2 — Aid workers call them ’’Kofi Annan’s group.’’
When Mr. Annan, the United Nations secretary general, pulled up at the dismal Meshtel refugee camp during a visit to Darfur on the (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 Khartoum/Nairobi (dpa) - Sudan’s government has said it will double the number of security forces in Darfur to 12,000 over the next four months, reports said Tuesday.
The news came after a meeting between U.N. special envoy to Sudan, (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 ISLAMABAD, Aug 3 (AFP) — Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf dispatched a senior envoy Tuesday with "a special message" for his Sudanese counterpart regarding the UN Security Council resolution on the Darfur crisis, the foreign ministry (...)
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