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U.S. pressing for allied assistance at Sudan donors' conference
The U.S. government hopes to use the international momentum of humanitarian and development assistance in response to the tsunami disaster in South Asia to spark a similar outpouring of support for Sudan at an international donors' conference in Oslo, Norway, April 11-12.
Sudan-USA, Politics, 4/9/2005
UN, African Union condemn attack on Darfur village by armed militia
United Nations and African Union representatives yesterday condemned a "senseless and pre-meditated savage attack" Thursday on a town in the western Darfur area of Sudan by more than 350 armed militia while the Government dragged its heels in designating land for the AU monitoring force meant to deter such incidents.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 4/9/2005
Mubarak intensifies efforts for comprehensive reconciliation in Sudan
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak discussed at his meeting yesterday with Sudanese Foreign Minister Moustafa Othman Ismail the developments in the Sudan mainly the Darfur crisis, the UN Security Council resolution on the Sudan and the six way summit on Darfur which will be held in Sharm el- Sheikh.
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 4/8/2005
Al-Qathafi receives Sudanese foreign minister
Libya-Sudan, Politics, 4/8/2005
Mubarak receives telephone call from his Sudanese counterpart
Egypt-Sudan, Politics, 4/7/2005
UN Secretary-General gives list of Darfur war crimes suspects to international court
In a concerted effort to end "the culture of impunity," United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan yesterday handed over to the International Criminal Court (ICC) a sealed list of 51 names of people blamed for war crimes in the conflict between the Sudanese Government, allied militia and rebels in the country's Darfur region.
Sudan-UN, Politics, 4/6/2005
Mubarak for summit on Darfur