· April, 2006

Stories about Sudan from April, 2006

Chad: Sudan backs rebels

  27 April 2006

Passion of the Present points to a Reuters report that claims the Sudanese government are backing the rebels in Chad who wish to overthrow President Idriss Deby.

Sudan: genocide

  26 April 2006

Weichegud!ET Politics comments on Darfur, Rwanda and the failure of the West and Africa to act – in the case of Darfur we have been warned over and over yet still nothing happens. We as Africans also need to take responsibility…”Excuse me. 400,000 people have died. When do we start...

African music #7

  25 April 2006

Nothing beats a music festival. You meet like the music lovers, people interested in the genre and enjoy the good party vibe. And though you know the lineup in advance you have no idea what antics will be displayed on stage. With these musings I look forward to the 4th...

Sudan: China Blood and Oil

  24 April 2006

Coalition for Darfur has a op/ed on Chinese investment in oil in the Sudan and why America should complain… China is now underwriting its second genocide in three decades. The first was in Pol Pot's Cambodia, and the second is in Darfur, Sudan. Chinese oil purchases have financed Sudan's pillage...

Cambodian assistance in demining Sudan

  14 April 2006

Heng at Blog Cambodia has a report on Cambodian soldiers helping out in the demining in Sudan. This is the first time Cambodian soldiers are participationg in an U.N. peacekeeping mission.

Views from the Horn of Africa and Sudan

  14 April 2006

Ethiopia is one of only four African nations that were never colonies of a European power. Though independent, Ethiopia was subjected to Italian occupation from 1936 to 1941. ethiopundit takes us back in history—110 years ago—to the Battle of Adwa, in which Ethiopian forces defeated the technologically superior Italian colonialists:...

Sudan: student activism

  10 April 2006

The Passion of the Present reports that students from the University of California have voted to “divest from companies with ties to the Sudanese government”.

Sudan: Slavery and genocide

  5 April 2006

Passion of the Present reports on the 300 mile walk undertaken by Simon Deng to highlight the continued practice of slavery in Sudan and the genocide in Darfur.

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