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February 25, 2023

Sudan sees U.S. relations normalized within 6 months  25/02-2008 07:33  (Washington Post)
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan expects to normalize relations with Washington within 4-6 months after more than a decade under U.S. sanctions, the Sudanese foreign minister said on Monday following talks with the visiting new American envoy.

WITNESS - What good can reporting Darfur do five years on?  25/02-2008 07:13  (Xtra News)
Opheera McDoom is the Reuters correspondent in Sudan. She was one of the first foreign correspondents to begin covering the Darfur conflict in 2003, witnessing all the twists and turns the story has taken over the years.

China presses Sudan over Darfur peacekeepers  24/02-2008 13:22  (Washington Post)
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Why I Think We Can Still Save Darfur  24/02-2008 10:23  (Washington Post)
In May 2005, while serving as President Bush's special envoy to Sudan, I visited Mornei, a displaced persons camp in western Darfur that now houses some 70,000 people beneath makeshift plastic shelters.

Chad rebels seek foreign support for new elections  24/02-2008 07:01  (Washington Post)
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OLYMPICS Cheek still focused on human rights and wrongs  24/02-2008 03:30  (LA Times)
Speedskater who spotlighted Darfur situation at Turin Games remains an outspoken activist, and he's concerned about Olympic movement's response to China's human rights record.

Darfur crisis worse, U.N. says  23/02-2008 10:12  (Los Angeles Times)
The already difficult humanitarian situation in the Darfur region of Sudan has worsened further as a result of new fighting and increased banditry, U.N.

China, in New Role, Presses Sudan on Darfur  22/02-2008 23:57  (The New York Times)
KHARTOUM, Sudan Amid the international outrage over the bloodshed in Darfur, frustration has increasingly turned toward China, Sudan’s biggest trading partner and international protector, culminating in Steven Spielberg’s decision last week to withdraw as artistic adviser to the Beijing Olympics.

Darfur attacks increase local doubts over U.N.  22/02-2008 16:21  (Washington Post)
SIRBA, Sudan (Reuters) - Khamisa Abdallah tried to wipe the tears from her eyes as she described how she lost six of her children when armed men rode into her West Darfur town, killing, shooting and looting.

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