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Keyword: Organization of African Unity (OAU)

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Africa’s expensive new Union launched in South Africa

Zawahir Siddique

Jumada' al-Ula' 22, 14232002-08-01

Africa took a new turn on June 8, when the African Union (AU) was launched. Forty-three of the 53 rulers of the continent gathered to witness the birth of AU, which the rulers profess to hope will be a vehicle for democracy, good governance and prosperity.


Sierra Leone’s quest for peace continues, even though government and rebels come to terms

Ramzy Baroud

Jumada' al-Akhirah 21, 14201999-10-01

Nigerian troops cancelled their planned withdrawal from Sierra Leone last month, after the rebel Revolutionary United Front failed to disarm as agreed in the July peace deal. Fears remain of a resumption of the brutal fighting that has killed thousands and left many more deliberately maimed.


Hopes for end to Ethio-Eritrean war dashed as Addis Ababa rejects OAU deal

Mahmoud Ahmed Shaikh

Jumada' al-Akhirah 06, 14201999-09-16

The optimism generated by Eritrea’s acceptance of a three-part accord proposed by the Organization of African Unity to end the costly 17-month Ethio-Eritrean war has given way to a mood of pessimism after Addis Ababa rejected the final part.

Occupied Arab World

Arab League and OAU mobilise against Islamic movements

Our Own Correspondent

Safar 16, 14201999-06-01

The war being waged against Islamic activism in the Arab world and Africa has taken an ominous new turn last month as the Arab League’s ‘anti-terrorism’ pact goes into force and plans are put into place for the adoption of a similar treaty by the member-states of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).


Sierra Leone groups obliged to sign ceasefire

Crescent International

Safar 16, 14201999-06-01

After seven years of vicious fighting and the failure of several mediation attempts, the warring factions in the west African state of Sierra Leone have finally agreed to a ceasefire - but only because of strong pressure exerted by the US, Britain, the United Nations and Nigeria. Washington’s role in the deal is said to have been the ‘clinching influence’.

Special Reports

Settle the Ethio-Eritrean war but not on US terms

M.A. Shaikh

Rabi' al-Awwal 07, 14191998-07-01

The nasty little war between Ethiopia and Eritrea should be settled before it gets out of control. In a regional context, Sudan must also be a party to any negotiated agreement.

Special Reports

US subversion in Sudan

A Correspondent in Khartoum

Shawwal 08, 14171997-02-16

The US has openly joined the conspiracy not only to bring down the government of president Hasan al-Bashir in Khartoum but also pave way for the dismemberment of Sudan.

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