User: newstrust Topic: Darfur Crisis
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Bush orders Darfur sanctions after grassroots pressure 30.5.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
· Move designed to pre-empt G8 summit · Campaigners claim curbs are too little, too late
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Bush orders Darfur sanctions 30.5.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Campaigners claim curbs are too little, too late.
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Bush tightens US sanctions on Sudan 30.5.2007 Financial Times US
President George W. Bush has ordered fresh US sanctions to put pressure on Sudan to help end bloodshed in its troubled Darfur region.
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US orders new Darfur sanctions 30.5.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Sanctions and pledge to press for further UN action timed to pre-empt next week's G8 summit.
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US declares sanctions against Khartoum 29.5.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
Sanctions against Khartoum announced over Darfur violence.
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China opposes expanded sanctions against Sudan 29.5.2007 Hindustan Times: News
China's representative on African affairs says expanding sanctions can only make the problem more difficult to resolve.
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Bush Tightens Fiscal Penalties Against Sudan 29.5.2007 NYT: Home Page
President Bush announced today that he is imposing stiff economic sanctions against Sudan and that he will press the U.N. for additional action to end the violence in Darfur.
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Bush Looks to Increase Pressure on Sudan 29.5.2007 Washington Post
President Bush announces new sanctions targeting oil ventures, will push for U.N. resolutions in effort to halt fighting in violence-plagued Darfur.
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Bush to tighten fiscal penalties against Sudan 29.5.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
President George W. Bush will also press the UN for additional actions to end the violence in Darfur, officials said.
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Bush Looks To Intensify Pressure On Sudan 29.5.2007 Washington Post: Nation
President Bush has decided to implement a plan to pressure Sudan's government into cooperating with international efforts to halt the violence in its troubled Darfur region, where his administration said almost three years ago that genocide was taking place.
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Bush to Tighten Fiscal Penalties Against Sudan 29.5.2007 NY Times: World
President Bush will also press the United Nations for additional actions to end the violence in Darfur, two senior administration officials said.
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Bush Looks To Intensify Pressure On Sudan 29.5.2007 Washington Post: World
President Bush has decided to implement a plan to pressure Sudan's government into cooperating with international efforts to halt the violence in its troubled Darfur region, where his administration said almost three years ago that genocide was taking place.
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Darfur Women Describe Rape, Beatings 28.5.2007 WCCO: National
Seven women pooled money to rent a donkey and cart, then ventured out of the refugee camp to gather firewood, hoping to sell it for cash to feed their families. Instead, they say, they were gang-raped, beaten and robbed.
 CBS News Interactive: Crisis In Darfur
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Darfur Women Describe Gang-Rape Horror 28.5.2007 AP Top News
KALMA, Sudan (AP) -- The seven women pooled money to rent a donkey and cart, then ventured out of the refugee camp to gather firewood, hoping to sell it for cash to feed their families. Instead, they say, in a wooded area just a few hours walk away, they were gang-raped, beaten and robbed....
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Tales of war crimes grow in Darfur 27.5.2007 MSNBC
Some of what witnesses in Darfur say matches up with what a prosecutor for the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, has documented: at least 51 cases of alleged crimes against humanity and war crimes in the Mukjar area — mass executions, torture and rapes of civilians. ...
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Gunmen Kill U.N. Peacekeeper Inside His Residence in Darfur 27.5.2007 Washington Post: World
KHARTOUM, Sudan, May 26 -- A U.N. peacekeeper who was part of a small group of reinforcements sent to Darfur was shot to death at his residence -- the organization's first casualty since its long-negotiated arrival in the troubled region of Sudan, officials said Saturday.
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Mass Grave, Memories Feed Fear in Darfur 26.5.2007 AP Top News
MUKJAR, Sudan (AP) -- Uncovered by a restless wind, skulls and bones poke above the thin dirt in this corner of Darfur, lying surrounded by half-buried, rotting clothes....
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Khartoum capers 26.5.2007 Chicago Tribune: Opinion
What do you do with an arrest warrant when the police refuse to make the arrest?
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U.N., A.U. Agree On Darfur Peacekeeping Force 25.5.2007 WCCO: National
The United Nations and the African Union agreed Thursday on a highly mobile, robust joint force to help protect civilians and restore security to the Darfur region -- but Sudan still holds the key to its deployment.
 CBS News Interactive: Crisis In Darfur
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Time's Up 20.5.2007 Washington Post: Editorials
ONE MONTH ago President Bush said that he was giving the Sudanese government a "last chance" to comply with United Nations orders to end what Mr. Bush again called "genocide" in Darfur. Strongman Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the president said, would have "a short period of time" to agree to the full deployment of an international peacekeeping force, end support for militias that have been slaughtering civilians, and allow aid into the region. "If President Bashir does not meet his obligations," Mr. Bush said in a speech delivered at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, "the United States will act."
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