Thursday 12 August 2004 By Helen Nyambura
DAR ES SALAAM, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Tanzania is considering a request by the African Union (AU) to send troops to Sudan’s Darfur region, Tanzania’s defence minister said on Thursday.
"I have been requested (for troops) (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Rebels from Sudan’s troubled western Darfur region said they would attend peace talks in Nigeria at the end of the month to try to end a conflict that has displaced more than a million (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 NEW DELHI, Aug 12, 2004 (dpa) — India is to send 20,000 tons of wheat to Sudan as part of a humanitarian aid package aimed at alleviating suffering in the troubled Darfur region, it was announced Thursday.
"India has been following the (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 By Shapi Shacinda
LUSAKA, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Sudan is preparing for the return of around half a million refugees who fled war in the south, as another conflict in the western Darfur region triggers a fresh exodus, Sudan’s refugee (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 12, 2004 (Al-Sahafah) — The governing party (National Congress) has termed the simultaneous statements issued by the US Administration and the UN - accusing the government of using planes to bombard areas in Darfur, (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 PARIS, Aug 12 (AFP) — French Foreign Minister Michel Barnier said Thursday that only a political solution could bring peace to Sudan’s western Darfur region, torn by clashes between pro-government Arab militias and black rebels. Michel (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (AFP) — The Sudanese armed forces have strongly denied UN accusations of government helicopter raids on parts of Darfur, and attacks by Janjaweed militiamen on camps of displaced people.
"The international and local (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 KHARTOUM, Aug 12 (AFP) — Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir said he would seek tribal mediation to disarm marauding Janjaweed militias and rebels who have been fighting in the Darfur region, a newspaper reported Thursday.
"Darfur will (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 By James Vicini
WASHINGTON, Aug 11 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court dismissed on Wednesday a lawsuit seeking $50-million in damages as compensation for the United States military’s destruction in 1998 of a Sudanese pharmaceutical (...)
Thursday 12 August 2004 By ALEXANDER G. HIGGINS, Associated Press Writer
GENEVA, Aug 11, 2004 (AP) — The plague of locusts sweeping across Africa has reached Chad and threatened to enter Sudan’s Darfur region, adding to concerns for millions suffering what aid (...)
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