Save Darfur blasts China’s ongoing military links with genocidal regime

Beijing’s military support of Khartoum – in addition to its economic and diplomatic support – has been troubling for many years, and Sudan and China’s tight lid on information has made it difficult to discern the true nature of their current relationship. The BBC evidence uncovers the ongoing nature of that military support – though […]

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Atallah interviewed on Washington’s News Channel 8

Amjad Atallah, Save Darfur’s senior director for international policy and advocacy, was interviewed last night on News Channel 8’s Federal News Today by Beverly Kirk. In the interview, Atallah discusses yesterday’s ICC indictment of Sudanese President al-Bashir and the potential ramifications for the process of bringing peace to Darfur.

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Darfuris Rally in Support of ICC in London

Darfuris in London rallied in support of ICC prosecutor, Moreno-Ocampo’s charges against President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan. A video of the rally, which took place in front of the Sudanese embassy in London, is available on Friction TV.

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Messinger and Fowler reiterate China’s role in bringing peace to Darfur

The Nation published a column today by American Jewish World Service president Ruth Messinger and Save Darfur Coalition president Jerry Fowler on the essential role that China must play in bringing peace to Darfur. Below is an excerpt from the column, which can be found here. Beijing’s theme for this year’s Games is “One World, […]

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Reported Al-Bashir Genocide Charges Underscore Need for Security Council Action

Prosecutor Moreno-Ocampo’s pending charges against al-Bashir underscore the need for the U.N. Security Council to finally act decisively with a comprehensive strategy for Sudan. The world at-large, primarily the Security Council, has allowed al-Bashir to continue his reign of destruction, recalcitrance and violence with utter impunity. These pending charges must now sober al-Bashir’s international apologists […]

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