Stories about Sudan from January, 2006
SudanReeves reports that Sudan's displaced populations in Darfur are still at risk of being annihilated….”The ghastly final stage in the ongoing violent destruction of non-Arab or African tribal populations in Darfur has begun. An increasing number of reports highlight attacks on camps for displaced persons by Khartoum’s murderous Arab militia...
Sleepless in Sudan is back in the land of blogging and finds herself a nominee in the best Middle East/Africa blog award by Bloggie.
The Passion of the Present announces three different Action items on Darfur and Sudan, all in February which is a month of action.
The Fish Bowl points to a report in the London Independent that Sudan is withdrawing from the candidacy to chair the African Union after five countries withdrew their support.
The Committee on Conscience has two new podcasts on Sudan/Darfur “Sudan: Saving Peace in the East and “No Power to Protect: The African Union Mission in Sudan” via Coalition for Darfur.
My Hearts in Accra comments on the lack of coverage of the DRC and Darfur and provides a few links on both.
Passion of the Present has a roundup of media reports on the eviction of Sudanese refugees by the Egyptian government that resulted in the death of 256 people