Tuesday 27 July 2004 By Frank Nyakairu
KAMPALA, July 27 (Reuters) - Ugandan rebels and Sudanese militia killed at least 40 civilians as they battled for control of a remote village in southern Sudan, militia leaders and a church official said on Tuesday. (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 Sudan’s FM
ANKARA, Jluy 27 (AFP) — Sudan’s foreign minister said Tuesday his government was disarming the Janjaweed militia in the Darfur region, but that other Arab militias could not be expected to lay down their arms until local (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 CAIRO, July 27 (Reuters) - Egypt said on Tuesday that imposing sanctions on its southern neighbour Sudan over a humanitarian crisis in the Darfur region would be damaging and should be avoided.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 26, 2004 (Xinhua) — The crisis in western Sudan’s Darfur region has been on the agenda of several major meetings and caught massive attention from the international community over the past month.
The conflict in the (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 AMSTERDAM, July 27, 2004 (AP)—The Dutch government plans to give EUR100 million toward reconstruction in Sudan once fighting in the African nation’s troubled western Darfur region ends, Development Minister Agnes van Ardenne said (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 Downer
CANBERRA, July 27, 2004 (AP) — Australia pledged an extra 12 million Australian dollars (US$8.5 million) in aid Tuesday to help relieve the humanitarian crisis in Sudan, and called on the government there to rein in human rights (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 By KIM GAMEL, Associated Press Writer
UNITED NATIONS, July 27, 2007 (AP) — U.N. Security Council members said Monday that concerns remain over the inclusion of the threat of sanctions in a draft resolution on Sudan but they were (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 DAKAR, July 27 (AFP) — French Foreign Minister Michel Barnier said here there was a triple urgency to resolve the festering crisis in Sudan’s violence-wracked Darfur region.
France is "very motivated" given the emergency situation in (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 By KHALID TIGANI
KHARTOUM, Sudan, Jul 26, 2004 (UPI) — Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said Monday international pressure and military intervention would not solve the problem in the western region of Darfur where Amnesty (...)
Tuesday 27 July 2004 KAMPALA, July 26, 2004 (dpa) — Thousands of civilians, displaced by Ugandan rebels in raids launched into southern Sudan during the past month, are dying of starvation, a church official working in the region said Monday.
Reverend Paul (...)
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