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Curbing Darfur crisis central to ending conflict in Sudan and the region

M.A. Shaikh

Rabi' al-Thani 16, 14312010-04-01

When Chadian President Idriss Deby visited Khartoum in mid-February and was embraced by President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan, the event was a great surprise to everyone familiar with the nature of hostility between the two countries...


Intensifying pressure on Khartoum to allow intervention in Darfur

Our Own Correspondent

Rajab 17, 14282007-08-01

The pressure on the Sudanese government to allow a UN peace force into western Darfur to set the basis for a political settlement – similar to southern Sudan’s right to secede after a referendum – is intensifying. The latest push comes from the UN and from a joint effort by Britain and France.


Darfur: a by-word for tragedy and hypocrisy

Iqbal Siddiqui

Rabi' al-Thani 14, 14282007-05-01

At the end of April, western human rights and charitable bodies organized a series of events to mark the fourth anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in the Darfur region of western Sudan. During this period, Darfur has become a by-word for human tragedy, with the Sudanese government of Omar Bashir being blamed for perpetrating a “genocide” against “African” tribes-people in the region, with the help of the notorious Janjaweed, described as militants belonging to “Arab” tribes, supported and equipped by the Sudanese government.


Fighting increasing in Darfur despite opposition split

Crescent International

Rajab 07, 14272006-08-01

The fighting in Darfur has taken a new turn since the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) split up into two factions that are now locked in battle with each other, ending their unity against the Sudanese army.


West and its allies maintain pressure for break-up of Sudan

M.S. Ahmed

Rabi' al-Awwal 11, 14252004-05-01

The Sudanese government has over the years been under strong pressure from western countries and international organisations, led by the US, to concede to rebel groups (which are predominantly Christian) the right to secede from the mainly Muslim north...

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