Wednesday 28 July 2004 NAIROBI, July 28, 2004 (AP) — The Sudanese government and rebel negotiators suspended talks Wednesday on a permanent cease-fire agreement aimed at ending a 21-year war in southern Sudan , mediators said.
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Wednesday 28 July 2004 By Saul Hudson
WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - Jewish, Christian and black activist groups are driving U.S. Sudan policy but Washington may fail to end what Congress calls genocide because it refuses to back the use of troops, (...)
Wednesday 28 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 28 (AFP) — An envoy of the African Union’s (AU) chairman, Nigerian President Olesegun Obasanjo, views the Darfur problem as an internal African issue to be solved by the AU alone, Sudanese media reported Wednesday.
Wednesday 28 July 2004 MINSK, July 28 (Reuters) - Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko, accused in the West of human rights violations, said on Wednesday that he had no objections to boosting trade and cooperation with leaders of embattled Sudan.
Wednesday 28 July 2004 ANKARA, July 28, 2004 (Anatolia) — Turkey, Iran and Yemen, which form the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Troika, sent a written note to the United Nations and expressed their expectation for a support to efforts of African (...)
Wednesday 28 July 2004 OUM CHOUK, Sudan, July 28 (AFP) — Djahila is in no doubt what will happen to her if she leaves this refugee camp in Sudan’s tormented Darfur region. Drawing her finger rapidly across her throat, she said, "The Janjaweeds have cut the (...)
Wednesday 28 July 2004 LIBREVILLE, July 28 (AFP) — Sudanese Janjaweed militia are still making cross-border attacks on Chad in violation of a ceasefire deal signed in April, Chad’s Prime Minister told Gabon’s president here Wednesday.
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Wednesday 28 July 2004 NAIROBI, July 28 (AFP) — The African Union has said it may deploy a "full-fledged peacekeeping mission" in Sudan’s Darfur region to force the government-backed Janjaweed militia to lay down its arms in line with a ceasefire deal.
Wednesday 28 July 2004 CAIRO, July 28 (AFP) — US Secretary of State Colin Powell called for sustained international pressure on Sudan to resolve the humanitarian crisis in its war-torn Darfur region or face UN sanctions. Colin Powell
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Wednesday 28 July 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, July 28 (Reuters) - Sudan has accused rebels in the western Darfur region of killing 1,460 civilians since signing a ceasefire with the government in early April and of slowing delivery of aid to the region. (...)
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