Wednesday 4 August 2004 CANBERRA, Aug 4 (Reuters) - The United Nations must take a strong stand in Sudan to avoid a repeat of its failed handling of the Rwandan genocide a decade ago, Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer said on Wednesday.
Wednesday 4 August 2004 By Christopher Adams and Rohit Jaggi
LONDON, Aug 04, 2004 (Financial Times) — The Conservatives have called for British troops to be sent to Sudan within days unless the humanitarian situation there improves.
John Bercow, Tory (...)
Wednesday 4 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 03, 2004 (Xinhua) — Sudanese President Omar Hassan al- Bashir said Tuesday that the situation in Sudan’s western region of Darfur is improving, with thousands of displaced refugees having returned to their homes.
Wednesday 4 August 2004 By Saul Hudson
WASHINGTON, Aug 3 (Reuters) - Influential American evangelical Christian leaders have urged President George W. Bush to consider sending troops to stop what they call genocide in Sudan, officials said on Tuesday. (...)
Wednesday 4 August 2004 By William Wallis
The crisis in Sudan’s remote Darfur province is drivinga fresh wedge between the Arab world and the US and its allies.
LONDON, Aug 03, 2004 (Financial Times) — While western media and politicians rail against inaction (...)
Wednesday 4 August 2004 UNITED NATIONS, Aug 03, 2004 (AP) — Russia took over the rotating Security Council presidency on Tuesday, setting an agenda that focuses on the crisis in Sudan, counter-terrorism and the U.N. role in Iraq.
Russia’s new U.N. ambassador, (...)
Wednesday 4 August 2004 ISLAMABAD, Aug 03, 2004 (APP) — Pakistan’s Ambassador to United Nations Munir Akram Tuesday said that Sudanese government be given sufficient time to fulfil its international commitments before taking any stern action. Munir Akram
Wednesday 4 August 2004 Kofi Annan
NEW YORK, Aug 03, 2004 (dpa) — U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan on Tuesday dismissed Sudan’s negative reaction to the U.N. resolution on the Darfur humanitarian crisis, saying Khartoum is "moving in the right direction" in (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 LIBREVILLE, Aug 3 (AFP) — Sudanese policemen expelled refugees from a camp in the Darfur region of western Sudan, injuring about 10 of them, a rebel group claimed Tuesday. A rebel of MJE
No independent confirmation of the claim was (...)
Tuesday 3 August 2004 WASHINGTON, Aug 3 (AFP) — The United States said that Sudan’s pledge to boost the police presence in the strife-torn western region of Darfur was welcome but insufficient to meet the requirements of UN demands to immediately improve (...)
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