Monday 2 August 2004 KHARTOUM, August 02, 2004 (dpa) — Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, who is also the current chairman of the African Union (A.U.), has said the A.U. must take the lead in resolving the conflic in Darfur. Olusegun Obasanjo
Monday 2 August 2004 KHARTOUM, August 01, 2004 (Xinhua) — Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, also current Chairman of the African Union (AU), stressed Sunday that the security and humanitarian crisis in Sudan ’s west region of Darfur should be resolved (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 KHARTOUM, August 01, 2004 (SUNA) — Spokesman of the Armed Forces and Deputy chief of Staff for Orientation, Gen. Mohamed Bashir Suleiman, has affirmed the existence of hostile military movements in east Sudan.
In a press conference (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 By Joyce Mulama
NAIROBI, July 31, 2004 (IPS) — Sudan has ’accepted’ a UN resolution to rein in pro-government militias, known as Janjaweed, in the western region of Darfur, within 30 days, a surprising move that seems to reflect a split (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 CAIRO, Egypt, August 01, 2004 (UPI) — Egypt’s outlawed Muslim Brotherhood movement Sunday called for an emergency Arab summit to discuss the crisis in Sudan.
The head of the group, Mohammad Mehdi Akef, said in a statement the (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 Ali O. Taha
KHARTOUM, Aug 1 (AFP) — The Sudanese government regrets a resolution by the UN Security Council giving it 30 days to resolve the crisis in its western Darfur region, Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail said Sunday.
He told (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 KHARTOUM, August 01, 2004 (SUNA) — The Council of Ministers, in its regular session Sunday chaired by First Vice President Ali Osman Mohammed Taha, expressed regret over the resolution issued by the Security Council, which gave the (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 M. Ismail
KHARTOUM, August 01, 2004 (dpa) — After a cabinet meeting Sunday, Sudans government condemned the 30-day deadline within which the U.N. says it must disarm the feared Janjaweed militia in Darfur.
"The Cabinet regards the (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 CAIRO, Aug 01, 2004 (AP) — Egypt’s foreign minister said he did not believe France’s deployment of troops to Chad, where hundreds of thousands have sought refuge from violence in neighboring Sudan, foreshadowed military intervention in (...)
Sunday 1 August 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, Aug 1 (Reuters) - The Sudanese cabinet condemned Sunday the 30-day deadline for action on Darfur set by the U.N. Security Council, but said it would implement a 90-day program agreed earlier with U.N. (...)
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