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Text of report in English by Paris-based Sudanese newspaper Sudan Tribune website on 24 July 24 July 2008 (Al-Fashir) - The US charge d'affaires, Alberto Fernandez said he was "disappointed" with the speech of the Sudanese president Umar Hasan al-Bashir that he made in Darfur.
Arab League foreign ministers issued a statement after an emergency meeting Saturday opposing war crimes charges against the president of Sudan.
Text of report by state-owned Libyan TV on 19 July President of the Republic of Sudan Umar Hasan al-Bashir hold a telephone conversation this afternoon with the brother leader of the revolution [Col Mu'ammar al-Qadhafi].
Text of report by state-owned Sudanese radio on 18 July The joint UN-AU chief mediator for peace in Darfur, Djibrill Bassole. is due to arrive in the country today.
By Elissa Gootman Russia and China voiced concerns about the pursuit of the president of Sudan by international prosecutors, raising the possibility that the UN Security Council could intervene to forestall the prosecution, diplomats said.
Text of report in English by Paris-based Sudanese newspaper Sudan Tribune website on 14 July [Report by: "Darfur SLM Leader Hold Talks With US Officials"] The leader of a Darfur rebel group held talks today with senior US officials to discuss pushing forward the political process in the war ravaged region.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands -The prosecutor for the Interna-tional Criminal Court sought an arrest warrant Monday for Sudan's president on charges of waging a campaign of genocide and rape in Darfur, a high-risk strategy that could backfire against the people in the war-torn desert region.
By The Associated Press THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - Starvation and soul-destroying gang rapes are Sudan's weapons of choice in Darfur's genocide, according to prosecutors at the world's first permanent war crimes tribunal.Filing charges Monday against Sudan's President Omar al- Bashir, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said the Sudanese leader had developed a new way of perpetrating humanity's ultimate crime."Al-Bashir is executing this genocide without gas chambers,...
By Mike Condor THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Starvation and soul-destroying gang rapes are Sudan's weapons of choice in Darfur's genocide, according to prosecutors at the world's first permanent war crimes tribunal.
Text of report by state-owned Sudanese radio on 14 July The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, has officially accused President FM Umar Hasan Ahmad al-Bashir of committing war crimes and genocide in Darfur.
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