Friday 30 July 2004 By Evelyn Leopold
UNITED NATIONS, July 30 (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council was set to approve on Friday a U.S.-drafted resolution threatening Sudan with sanctions if it does not rein in Arab militias, blamed for widespread rapes (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 By Finbarr O’Reilly
KIGALI, July 30 (Reuters) - Rwanda is "frustrated" at the stalled deployment of 154 of its troops to Sudan as part of an African Union force tasked with protecting ceasefire observers in Darfur, an army official (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 Sudan’s FM
KHARTOUM, July 30 (AFP) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail hailed the weaker wording in a new draft resolution on the Darfur crisis before the UN Security Council and expressed confidence it would be adopted.
Friday 30 July 2004 By Victoria Engstrand-Neacsu
KHARTOUM/NAIROBI, July 30, 2004 (dpa) — Poor security, fuel shortages and heavy rains in the vast region of Darfur in western Sudan are hampering aid deliveries to hundreds of thousands of displaced people (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 By KIM GAMEL, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, July 30, 2004 (AP) — Aid groups criticized a revised U.S.-drafted resolution on Sudan that tempered the wording of a threat of sanctions against Khartoum if it doesn’t act to stop (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 JAKARTA, July 29, 2004 (Compass.com) — The main issue which must be addressed by the global community concerning the humanitarian problem in Darfur, Sudan, was to immediately overcome the humanitarian problem itself. The threat of (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 By Tom Perry
CAIRO, July 29 (Reuters) - The Arab League is cautioning the West against threatening sanctions on Sudan over a humanitarian crisis in Darfur, a move some in the Arab world see as a U.S. pretext for toppling another Arab (...)
Friday 30 July 2004 WASHINGTON, July 29, 2004 (dpa) — The conflict in western Sudan has claimed as many as 80,000 lives through violence, hunger and disease, a high-ranking U.S. aid official said Thursday.
Roger Winter, assistant administrator of the U.S. (...)
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 (...)
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