Monday 2 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 2 (Reuters) - A ceasefire between Khartoum and rebels in western Sudan, who accuse each other of violating the truce, was extended on Monday, a Darfur rebel said.
The truce, signed on April 8, was automatically renewed (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 LONDON, Aug 2 (AFP) — Sudan’s army, which has promised to fight any foreign military intervention in the embattled region of Darfur, is increasingly reliant on conscripts equipped with often shoddy equipment, experts say.
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Monday 2 August 2004 LIBREVILLE, Aug 2 (AFP) — Pro-government militias in Sudan have attacked 24 villages and killed at least 13 people in the country’s Darfur region in recent days, a rebel movement in Darfur said Monday.
"On Friday ... a group of (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 2 (AFP) — Sudan’s army has vowed to fight any foreign military intervention in Darfur, even after the government reluctantly accepted a UN demand to end the killing and atrocities in the troubled region within 30 days.
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CAIRO, August 02, 2004 (AP) — Egypt Monday began airlifting relief aid to millions of Sudanese people in dire need for food, medicine and other basics due to a 17-month conflict in the western Darfur region.
Monday 2 August 2004 NAIROBI, Aug 2 (AFP) — The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said Monday it had started to airdrop urgent food supplies into inaccessible areas in Sudan’s war-ravaged western region of Darfur, where the population has been cut off from aid (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 CAIRO, August 02, 2004 (dpa) — The Arab League Monday called for an urgent meeting of its foreign ministers to discuss the conflict in the western Sudanese region of Darfur.
League spokesman Hossam Zaki said its Secretary-General Amr (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 KAMPALA, August 02, 2004 (Xinhua) — The Sudan People’s Armed Forces ( SPAF) has set Aug. 6 as a deadline to end Uganda’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebellion, reported Ugandan state-owned newspaper The New Vision on Monday.
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Monday 2 August 2004 By Oliver Bullough
MOSCOW, Aug 2 (Reuters) - Thousands of Sudanese villagers who have fled militia attacks will die if the world does not double the amount of food sent to the region, the head of Medecins Sans Frontieres said on (...)
Monday 2 August 2004 By Katie Nguyen
NAIROBI, Aug 2 (Reuters) - While the world is focused on Darfur, the main protagonists in Sudan’s civil war in the south have repeatedly violated a ceasefire, displaying a lack of trust that bodes ill for peace efforts, (...)
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UNMISS head of mission must heed calls to step down2014-03-08 11:44:51 By Rose Sakala
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Khartoum: really out of the terrorism business?2014-03-08 11:33:53 By Eric Reeves
March 7, 2014 - Given the U.S. intelligence community's eager relationship with Khartoum, it would be convenient if the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party regime were (...)