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COVER STORY: Mahdi Covers Native Sudan With Passionate Purpose 3.6.2007 Women's eNews
Nadra Mahdi is part of a surge of young Sudanese female journalists covering the country's struggles. Assignments take her from Darfur in the west to desertification in the east to city streets where female tea-sellers fight to subsist.
U.S. Warship Fires Missiles at Fighters in Somalia 3.6.2007 Washington Post: World
ARUSHA, Tanzania, June 2 -- A U.S. Navy destroyer launched an attack on fighters in a remote corner of northeastern Somalia late Friday, according to a senior U.S. official, though details of the operation remained sketchy.
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Bush Sets Out For G-8 With Updated Global Agenda 3.6.2007 WCCO: National
President Bush is heading to Europe Monday to attend the Group of Eight meeting in Germany. Analysts say he will use the trip to try and present a fresh international agenda focusing on themes including AIDS in Africa and tackling global warming.
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Bush Heading to G-8 Meetings in Europe 2.6.2007 AP Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- New penalties against Sudan - check. More dollars to fight AIDS in Africa - check. A respected internationalist to lead the World Bank - check. Friendly words about tackling global warming - check....
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Bush Previews European Trip Initiatives 2.6.2007 Washington Post: Nation
WASHINGTON -- Europeans may bristle over President Bush's Iraq policy, yet he spent the week rolling out initiatives they can more easily embrace _ ones that address global warming, AIDS and the humanitarian crisis in Darfur.
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Darfur Advocacy Group Undergoes a Shake-Up 2.6.2007 NYT: Home Page
Advertisements by the Save Darfur Coalition strained relationships with aid groups working on the ground.
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Advocacy group's publicity campaign on Darfur angers relief organizations 2.6.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Advertisements by the Save Darfur Coalition strained relationships with aid groups working on the ground.
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Darfur Refugees Flee in 125-Mile Trek 2.6.2007 Truthout.com
Hundreds of women and children fled by foot and on donkeys from Darfur to the neighboring Central African Republic after their town was attacked by planes and helicopters. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees was rushing aid to the 1,500 refugees who made the grueling 125-mile journey over 10 days.
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Pastor Condemns Horrors Of Rape In Darfur 2.6.2007 WCCO: National
A Denver woman knows firsthand what is happening at the heart of the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and she says action has to be taken soon. Pastor Heidi McGinness works has made four trips to southern Sudan to help bring aide to recent slaves freed from violence in Darfur.
 CBS News Interactive: Crisis In Darfur
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A New Peril from the East? 1.6.2007 Antiwar.com
Excerpt: The United States dominates the globe, but analysts who make a living proclaiming America to be the essential nation, the unipower, the global rulemaker and policeman, are nervous. China refuses to remain supine and is increasingly investing in its military.
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Uganda gambles on huge Nile dam project 1.6.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
After 13 years of delay, Uganda last week authorised an international consortium to begin a 30-metre-high dam across the Nile just below Bujagali Falls.
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Shaming China on Darfur 31.5.2007 International Herald Tribune: Editorials
There is no reason to believe the new sanctions are enough to compel Sudan's president to end the genocide.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 31.5.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
U.S., U.N. must step up efforts in Darfur Editor -- What is genocide? It has happened all over the world and we all say it won't happen again. It is the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political or cultural group. Many... ...
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Blair defends foreign interventions 31.5.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
PM defends foreign policy in farewell speech in Africa.
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China urges patience on Sudan, opposes sanctions 31.5.2007 Reuters Global Coverage
BEIJING (Reuters) - China urged the international community on Thursday to show patience with Sudan and said new sanctions would only complicate efforts to implement a U.N. peace plan for strife-torn ...
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U.N. Urges HIV Testing for All Patients in Hard-Hit Nations 31.5.2007 Washington Post: World
JOHANNESBURG, May 30 -- U.N. health officials on Wednesday called on nations with severe AIDS epidemics to offer routine, confidential HIV tests to all patients at health-care facilities in hopes of dramatically expanding the number of those who know they have the virus.
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Denying Genocide in Darfur -- and Americans Their Coca-Cola 31.5.2007 Washington Post: World
The Iraq war gave us Baghdad Bob, the Iraqi information minister who, while American troops patrolled nearby streets, held a defiant news conference to proclaim that there were no U.S. forces in the city.
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Rainfall records could warn of war 30.5.2007 New Scientist: Being Human
Links between global change and armed strife may offer a new way of predicting regions on the edge of conflict
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Sudan Sanctions: Too Little, Too Late? 30.5.2007 NPR News
President Bush is calling the killings in the Darfur region of Sudan "genocide" but some question whether the Bush administration is doing all it can to support peace in the region. Author John Prendergast, an Africa policy expert with the International Crisis Group, explains why.
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Oil may allow Sudan to escape pain of U.S. sanctions 30.5.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
Analysts note that existing sanctions against Sudan, which date back to 1997, have been unevenly enforced.
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