Wednesday 21 July 2004 By Nima Elbagir
KHARTOUM, July 20 (Reuters) - The United States said on Tuesday it was "completely dissatisfied" with Sudan’s failure to stop Arab militia in Darfur and Khartoum accused Washington of spoiling peace talks the African (...)
Wednesday 21 July 2004 CAIRO, July 20, 2004 (Xinhua) — Egypt renewed Tuesday its call for a diplomatic settlement to the crisis in the western Sudanese region of Darfur, warning that pressure and sanctions could backfire.
"We understood from our contacts (...)
Wednesday 21 July 2004 By GEORGE GEDDA, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON, July 20, 2004 (AP) — State Department officials are interviewing refugees from Sudan ’s Darfur region to determine whether widespread abuses there can be legally described as (...)
Wednesday 21 July 2004 LONDON, July 20 (AFP) — British charities launched an appeal for the Darfur region of Sudan, where more than a million refugees have been driven from their homes by violence.
"The scale of the crisis is overwhelming, and although aid (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 C. Powell
WASHINGTON, July 20 (AFP) — US Secretary of State Colin Powell said the global community remain "completely dissatisfied" with the security situation in the strife-torn Darfur region in Sudan and he would contact UN Secretary (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 20 (AFP) — The Sudanese government slammed a report by Human Rights Watch over the strife-torn western region of Darfur and accused the organisation of attempting to provoke the UN Security Council into imposing sanctions (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 Joe Hoeffel
WASHINGTON, DC, July 20, 2004 (UPI) — Rep. Joe Hoeffel. D-Pa., and comedian-activist Dick Gregory were arrested Tuesday during a protest at the Sudanese embassy in Washington.
Hoeffel’s wife was also arrested. The three (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 MOSCOW, July 20, 2004 (Interfax-AVN) — Russia’s MiG aircraft corporation is about to complete implementation of the contract on the supply of 12 MiG-29 Fulcrum fighters and special-purpose materiel to Sudan ahead of schedule, Yuriy (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 KHARTOUM, July 20 (AFP) — The Khartoum government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) have renewed for the sixth time a six-month ceasefire covering the Nuba mountains, Khartoum newspapers reported Tuesday.
The Joint (...)
Tuesday 20 July 2004 GENEVA, July 20 (AFP) — Rebel groups from Sudan’s strife-torn western Darfur region will hold a meeting with the African Union in the Swiss city of Geneva on Thursday to discuss their participation in peace talks with the Sudanese (...)
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