Thursday 22 July 2004 By Paul Carrel
PARIS, July 22 (Reuters) - Sudan warned Britain and the United States not to interfere in its internal affairs on Thursday after Prime Minister Tony Blair said he had not ruled out military aid to help combat the crisis (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 Pervez Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, July 22 (AFP) — Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf told visiting German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer Thursday he would take a personal interest in preventing a humanitarian catastrophe in Sudan. (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 PARIS, July 22 (AFP) — Sudan would withdraw government troops from its violence-wracked Darfur region if Britain sends forces in, Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Ismail said Thursday during a visit to Paris.
Asked about a press (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 LONDON, July 22 (AFP) — Prime Minister Tony Blair denied as "premature" a report that he had drawn up plans to send British troops to Sudan, where a bloody conflict has engulfed the western region of Darfur.
Blair had asked officials (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 VATICAN CITY, July 22, 2004 (AP) — Adding to international appeals, Pope John Paul II sent a special emissary Thursday to Darfur to express his solidarity with the stricken population, and called on the Sudanese government to put an end (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 PARIS, July 22, 2004 (AP) — Sudanese Foreign Minister Mustafa Osman Ismail on Thursday accused the United States and Britain of putting unfair pressure on the African country to resolve the crisis in Darfur, and suggested the two (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 WASHINGTON, July 20, 2004 (IPS) — Amid reports that Sudan has directed the recruitment and arming of Arab militias waging a "scorched-earth" campaign against African tribes in the province of Darfur, a new poll shows many U.S. citizens (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 KASSALA, July 22, 2004 (Sudan Tribune) — Kassala State in Eastern Sudan declared a state of emergency throughout the state in anticipation of an attack which might be carried out by an armed opposition group from the territory of (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 By Mike Pflanz
NAIROBI, July 22 (Reuters) - Brought to its knees by war, destitute southern Sudan offers a glimpse of Darfur’s likely fate if the aid effort stalls or the outside world starts to forget about its plight.
That’s the (...)
Thursday 22 July 2004 Army could be used to protect camps
A million lives at risk from starvation
Ewen MacAskill, diplomatic editor, The Guardian
LONDON, July 22, 2004 — Tony Blair has asked Downing Street and Foreign Office officials to draw up plans (...)
The power struggle dividing the country2014-03-07 09:47:48 By Nikolai Hegertun
The root cause of the conflict in South Sudan was the bitter power-struggle within the leadership of SPLM. The party that got 170 out of 180 seats in the election in 2010 has (...)
From the ashes of war, seeds of peace2014-03-07 06:23:22 By Ban Ki-moon
March 6, 2014 - What was once the biggest United Nations peacekeeping operation in the world winds down this month, and the most extraordinary part of this historic development is (...)