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05 Aug

Report: Egypt detains Sudanese woman who tried to enter Israel

Darfur rebels meet, Sudan blasts France

Darfur rebel factions on Sunday sat together for the first time at talks in Tanzania to try to unify their fractured positions ahead of peace talks with Sudan’s government.

But the absence of some key figures raised doubts over the chances of success and Sudan accused France of failing to encourage one influential rebel leader to attend.

Understanding UN Darfur Resolution 1769

Sudan on the brink of a fresh civil war

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2 Comments

Posted by on August 5, 2007 in Africa, Bookmarks, genocide, The Sudan

 

2 responses to “Sunday Links

  1. Lars H. F.

    August 6, 2007 at 3:52 am

    Hello there,

    an interesting collection of links. While the latest developments in Darfur make us hope for improvement, the Atlantic C ommunity today features an article by Ariella Blätter, explaining how Amnesty International uses satellite technology to monitor the most vulnerable areas before the UN-AU operation starts.

    Maybe you would like to check out the article and share your thoughts as an expert on the topic. More here: Amnesty Prevents Darfur Violence When Governments Can’t

     
  2. cooper

    August 8, 2007 at 1:36 pm

    Yes I think we posted some links to that several weeks ago. I need to post a sidebar link. Thanks for the reminder.

     

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