Monday 26 July 2004 WASHINGTON, July 26 (AFP) — The United States said that security in Sudan’s war-torn western region of Darfur is Khartoum’s responsibility, ruling out for the moment calls for an international peacekeeping force even as it piled more (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 ANKARA, July 26 (AFP) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail said international "threats" would not help solve the conflict in his country’s war-torn Darfur region and urged the European Union to be "balanced" in its (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 Abdulrahman Shalgham
TRIPOLI, July 26 (AFP) — Libya warned that a non-African military deployment in Darfur to combat the humanitarian crisis in the strife-torn region of western Sudan could provoke an "explosive" situation.
Monday 26 July 2004 Sergei Lavrov
MOSCOW, July 26 (AFP) — Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State Colin Powell have discussed by telephone the situation in Sudan, the foreign ministry said Monday.
"We discussed the state of (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 ABUJA, July 26 (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan will hold talks with Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo and other African leaders on peace initiatives in Sudan and Ivory Coast on Thursday, a Nigerian (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, July 26 (Reuters) - The second of the two big rebel groups in western Sudan’s Darfur region rejected new talks with the government on Monday until Khartoum carries out its commitments under a ceasefire (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 ABECHE, Chad, July 26 (AFP) — Seasonal heavy rains are further hampering efforts to bring aid to some 180,000 refugees in remote areas of eastern Chad who fled fighting in Sudan’s Darfur region, aid agencies warned Monday.
"The rainy (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 ABUJA, July 26 (AFP) — Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo will this week send a special envoy, former military leader Abdulsalami Abubakar, to Sudan and neighbouring Chad for talks on the crisis in Darfur, his office said Monday.
Monday 26 July 2004 KUALA LUMPUR, July 26 (Reuters) - A three-member consortium led by Malaysia’s MMC Corp (MMCB.KL) has won a US$65.6 million contract to build an oil pipeline in Sudan’s Melut Basin, MMC said on Monday.
The consortium, which include (...)
Monday 26 July 2004 By Jeremy Lovell
LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) - Homeless children are dying in Darfur as the world responds too slowly and too weakly to Sudan’s huge crisis, leaving thousands more people at risk, a top aid worker said on Monday.
Women play a central role in peace 2014-03-10 07:18:26 By John Kerry
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UNMISS head of mission must heed calls to step down2014-03-08 11:44:51 By Rose Sakala
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