Friday 30 July 2004 KUWAIT, July 29 (AFP) — US Secretary of State Colin Powell defended a decision to replace the word "sanctions" with "measures" in a UN Security Council draft resolution on Sudan’s war-ravaged Darfur region, saying the United States (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 MINSK, July 29, 2004. (Interfax) — Minsk Tractor Plant (MTZ) plans to set up the assembly of ’Belarus’ tractors in Sudan, the company’s general director Alexander Pukhovoi told the press.
Deputy MTZ general director Pyotr Parkhomchik told (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 By KIM GAMEL, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, July 29, 2004 (AP) — The United States dropped the word "sanctions" from a draft U.N. resolution on Sudan on Thursday due to opposition on the Security Council, but it retained a (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 By Arshad Mohammed C. Powell
KUWAIT, July 29 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Thursday he recognised that Sudan faced a difficult task in "turning off" the Arab militia blamed for triggering a humanitarian (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 William Patey
KHARTOUM, July 29, 2004 (dpa) — The British Ambassador to Sudan, William Patey expressed concern Thursday about insecurity in southern Sudan after attacks by pro-government militia earlier this week.
The attacks occurred (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 29 (AFP) — Britain’s ambassador to Sudan moved to reassure Khartoum on Thursday that Britain did not intend to send troops to quell militias in crisis-hit Darfur and had no secret agenda in the region. Tony Blair
Thursday 29 July 2004 MOSCOW, July 29, 2004 (RIA Novosti) — Russian company Stroitransgaz will take part in the construction of oil pipeline in Sudan.
The Stroitransgaz, in consortium with its subsidiary engineering company STG-International GmbH, has won (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 ADDIS ABABA, July 29 (Reuters) - A joint Ethiopia-Sudan military force killed 50 militia and captured 80 operating along their common border last week, the Ethiopian Defence Ministry said on Thursday, also accusing Eritrea of training (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 29 (Reuters) - Sudan’s government called on Thursday for legal action against the British Broadcasting Corporation for spreading what it said were lies about the situation in Darfur, where tens of thousands have been (...)
Thursday 29 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 29 (Reuters) - Fighting in western Sudan in recent weeks has restricted aid access to the region where the United Nations says the world’s worst humanitarian crisis is unfolding, Britain’s ambassador to Sudan said on (...)
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