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Darfur rebels seek unity in talks Darfur force 'to be all-African'  African Union chairman says enough African troops have been promised to a Sudan peacekeeping force for no outside help to be needed Khartoum 'defying Darfur embargo'  Amnesty International has accused the Sudanese government of deploying weapons to Darfur in defiance of a UN arms embargo Sudan launches flood aid appeal U.N. for rapid deployment in Darfur Darfur peace talks to resume in Libya   Brown peacekeeping vow   Gordon Brown wants Darfur's proposed peacekeeping force to be in place by 2007 end Deadliest attack for peace force
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1. 01-02 U.N. rape charges in Sudan Southern Sudan
2. 01-05 UN in new peace drive for Darfur Darfur
3. 01-10 Sudan, rebels agree to 60-day truce Sudan
4. 01-17 Sudan: U.S. troops raided its embassy Baghdad
F. 01-28 Sudan under pressure at AU summit Ethiopia
01-29 African snub to Sudan over Darfur Ethiopia
H. 03-10 Translators in pay strike Darfur
8. 03-24 UN envoy barred from camp Darfur

Ban hails Sudan's UN troops move Bush: End Darfur violence or face sanction World rallies for Darfur action Amnesty accuses over arms  Amnesty International has accused Sudan of violating an embargo on Darfur and is dismayed at Russian and Chinese arms supplies U.S. imposes new sanctions against Sudan  The United States will also push for a stronger UN Security Council resolution punishing Khartoum over the ongoing violence Sudan 'backs UN-led Darfur force'   World failing Darfur, says Rice  US Secretary of State has said the world has failed the people of Darfur, ahead of talks on the troubled Sudanese region Libya hosts Darfur crisis talks Water find 'may end Darfur war' U.N. troops will go to Darfur
Sudan under pressure at AU summit  The continuing crisis in Darfur is set to dominate proceedings and headlines as the African Union summit opens   African snub to Sudan over Darfur  President Omar al-Bashir has again been bypassed in his bid to become chairman of the AU because of the conflict U.S. readies Sudan sanctions UN envoy barred from camp U.N. envoy: 'Fragile' balance in Darfur 5 African Union peacekeepers killed African Union peacekeeper killed Sudan agrees to U.N., AU troops


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  U.N. rape charges in Sudan
Jan.5  UN in new peace drive for Darfur
Jan.10  Sudan, rebels agree to 60-day truce
Jan.17  Sudan: U.S. troops raided its embassy
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Jan.29  


March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.10  Translators in pay strike
Mar.14
Mar.24
Mar.25


April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2
Apr.15
 
  Sudan has signed a joint agreement with the U.N. and the African Union that defines their roles in Darfur
Apr.16
Apr.18
Apr.28


May 2007 ... more > Top ^
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May.29  


June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.17
Jun.24  


July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.14
Jul.18
Jul.31  
  The Council voted unanimously to authorize up to 26,000 troops and police in an effort to stop attacks on millions of displaced civilians


August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3
Aug.12  
Aug.23  
Aug.28


September 2007 ... more > Top ^
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Sep.6
Sep.15  
Sep.30  
  Rebels killed at least 12 peacekeepers at an African Union base in the deadliest attack yet on the peacekeeping force in its 3-year mission


October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1     U.N. condemns deadly Darfur attack  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed outrage after rebels killed 10 African Union soldiers Oct.2 Rebels 'outgun' AU troops   Carter, Tutu visit Darfur to promote peace  A group of elder statesmen, including former U.S. President and Nobel peace laureate, began a tour to promote a political solution to the region's... Oct.7   Army-controlled town razed
  A government-controlled town of Haskanita has been burned down and looted. The town is the home of the peacekeeping base that attacked last week
 The market area had been looted, Just a few civilians had returned in search of food and water
Oct.9 Rebels report big, new attack Oct.11 Southern rebels walk out Oct.26 Rebel snub threatens Darfur talks Oct.27   Sudan calls Darfur truce at talks   Sudan has announced a unilateral ceasefire in the region to coincide with talks in Libya to try to end the 4-year war   Pessimism grows over Darfur talks   Key rebel leaders boycotting the talks aimed at trying to end the 4-year war in Sudan's region that entering a second day Oct.28 Rebel absence delays Darfur talks Oct.29   Orphan airlift bid threatened aid op  An attempt by a group of French charity workers to spirit away more than 100 children could have seriously damaged relief efforts in the reg...

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7 UN official expelled
Nov.14   Darfur mission 'may fail' says UN  The joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission may fail unless countries can provide helicopters and lorries Nov.21 Sudanese 'to disarm camp' Nov.27 Sudan 'blocking' Darfur mission Nov.28 Teacher charged over teddy row Nov.29 UK teacher goes to court   UK teacher jailed over teddy row
  Gillian Gibbons, 54, has been found guilty in of insulting religion after she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear Muhammad
Nov.30   Protesters: Execute teacher
  Hundreds brandishing ceremonial swords and sticks gathered outside presidential palace to vent their anger against Gillian Gibbons, 54

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1   UK lawmakers' bid to free teacher  2 British Muslim lawmakers are reported to have met a British jailed for allowing her students to name a teddy bear 'Mohammed' Darfur mission 'behind schedule' Dec.3   Sudan frees Briton in teddy row
  A British teacher jailed over the naming of a teddy bear has been released from police custody, after Sudan's president Omar al-Bashir pardoned her Dec.6     Sudan rejects UN Darfur criticism   Sudan has rejected a complaint that it is delaying the deployment of a joint UN-African Union peacekeeping force Dec.31 U.N. takes control of Darfur peacekeeping





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