Monday 23 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 22, 2004 (SUNA) — Minister of Foreign Trade, Abdul-Hamid Musa Kasha, is due to leave for Paris Monday on the invitation of a French Gum Arabic Processing Company.
The minister told SUNA that his visit to France comes as (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 22, 2004 (SUNA) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on the federal Ministry of Health to verify that the Rwandan troops, currently in Darfur to protect the African Union’s team for monitoring the cease-fire, are (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 NDJAMENA, Aug 22 (AFP) — Chadian President Idriss Deby will head to Nigeria on Monday to attend the African Union-sponsored talks on the conflict in the western Sudanese province of Darfur, his office announced. Deby
It said Deby would (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 22 (AFP) — Since early 2003, Sudan’s western Darfur region has been in the throes of armed conflict between government forces backed by Arab militias and several rebel movements.
More than 10,000 people have died and over (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 ABUJA, Aug 23 (AFP) — Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo on Sunday warned Sudan to move more quickly to disarm the feared Janjaweed militia and called for African Union peacekeepers to be sent to Darfur.
On the eve of an African (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 By Dino Mahtani
ABUJA, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo on Sunday proposed to give a greater role to African Union (AU) troops in restoring peace to Sudan’s Darfur region on the eve of talks between the Sudanese (...)
Monday 23 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Sudan said it had imprisoned some Darfur militia and police for crimes including rape, the first admission that government security forces have committed human rights abuses there, a Khartoum daily said on (...)
Sunday 22 August 2004 By Philip Sherwell, The Suday Telegraph
KHARTOUM, Aug 22, 2004 — The sheikh accused by the United States of co-ordinating Janjaweed militiamen has admitted that he was "appointed" by Sudan’s government to recruit Arab tribesmen to (...)
Sunday 22 August 2004 By Dino Mahtani
ABUJA, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Sudanese Darfur rebels arrived in Nigeria on Sunday ahead of peace talks under the African Union to resolve a conflict that has killed up to 50,000 and displaced more than a million people. (...)
Sunday 22 August 2004 By MOHAMED OSMAN, Associated Press Writer
KHARTOUM, Sudan, Aug 22, 2004 (AP) — In a goodwill gesture on the eve of peace talks in Nigeria, Sudan’s government said Sunday it will cut the number of paramilitary forces operating in Darfur (...)
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"A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death", from unknown author. (...)
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