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/ 11 September 2007

Violence ‘could undermine Darfur peace talks’

Ongoing violence in Sudan’s Darfur region threatens to undermine planned peace talks between Khartoum and rebel groups, a British minister said as he flew into the war-torn area on Tuesday. British Foreign Office Minister for Africa Mark Malloch Brown made the remarks a day after rebels said government aircraft had bombed a rebel-held Darfur town.

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/ 19 March 2007

Tuning in daily for a small dose of relief

When last did you hear a good-news story coming out of Darfur? For that matter, have you ever heard a good-news story from there? Well, I’ve got one. In the South Darfur city of Nyala, there is a small group of Sudanese men and women who risks life and limb each day to deliver humanitarian information over the radio to the millions of displaced persons in the region.

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/ 29 May 2005

Annan hears tales of abuse in Darfur

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan visited Darfur on Saturday after warning warring parties and international donors that time is running out to avoid an unprecedented humanitarian disaster. He was confronted with the devastation caused by more than two years of fighting between ethnic minority rebels and government forces.