Tuesday 17 August 2004 By Stephen Steele, Catholic News Service Bishop Ricard
WASHINGTON, Aug 19, 2004 (CNS) — The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ international policy committee said there was "no question" that the killings in the Darfur region of Sudan (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 Ismail
ABUJA, Aug 17 (AFP) — Sudan will take the lead in restoring order to its rebellious Darfur region but needs the support of African peacekeepers and humanitarian aid, Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail said.
Ismail told (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 Obasanjo
ABUJA, Aug 17 (AFP) — Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo called for lawmakers to approve the deployment of up to 1,500 peacekeeping troops to Sudan’s war-torn province of Darfur, as Khartoum pledged to restore order there. (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 By Jonathan Wright
CAIRO, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Health workers in camps for more than 800,000 displaced people in western Sudan registered 363 deaths in the camps in the five weeks up to the end of July, according to a U.N. document (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 ADDIS ABABA, Aug 17 (AFP) — A team sent by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to assesq African Union (AU) peacekeeping capacity and situation on the ground in the war-torn western Sudan region of Darfur leaves here for New York on Tuesday (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 17, 2004 (Al-Sahafah) — Meetings between the government and the opposition National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will be held in Cairo, Egypt, beginning on the 20 August under the patronage of Egypt.
The NDA chairman, (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 BEIJING, Aug 17, 2004 (Xinhua) — The Chinese government will offer another 5 million yuan (610,000 US dollars) worth of humanitarian aid to the troubled Darfur region of Sudan, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan.
Tuesday 17 August 2004 By Levon Sevunts, The Washington Times
SHEGEK KARO, Sudan, Aug 17, 2004 — Inhabitants of this picturesque village in the Darfur region of western Sudan said the Sudanese air force sprayed them with a strange powder in an attack in May (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 By STEPHANIE NOLEN, The Globe and Mail
KHARTOUm, Aug 17, 2007 — Plump and good-humoured in a crisp white robe and prayer cap, Ibrahim Suleiman bears little resemblance to the fragile prophetess of ancient Greece, but these days he is (...)
Tuesday 17 August 2004 TRIPOLI, Aug 17 (AFP) — Sudan asked Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi Tuesday to "intervene personally" in the escalating crisis in Darfur, Libya’s official JANA news agency reported.
Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail delivered (...)
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