Rebel commitment provides new opportunity for revitalized talks Download release (Washington, DC) – Two major Darfur rebel factions, the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM), announced their commitment on Saturday to the Darfur peace talks in Doha. This announcement follows repeated assertions by the Government of Sudan that negotiations should […]
Recent increases in Darfur violence must not be rewarded Download release (Washington, D.C.) In remarks today at the Woodrow Wilson Center, the Government of Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ali Karti called on the United States to remove Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List (SSTL) and remove “unjust sanctions” against the country. In particular, Karti asserted […]
Applauds Administration on Leadership to Help Secure On-Time and Credible Referendum for Southern Sudan Download release (Washington, D.C.) Mark Hanis, President of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition released the following statement following President Obama’s mention of his efforts to secure an on-time and peaceful referendum for southern Sudan’s independence in tonight’s State of the Union […]
Action reinforces pattern of disregard for peacekeeping in Darfur Download release (Washington, D.C.) The Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET/SDC) today condemned the Sudanese government for raiding a North Darfur camp for women, men and children displaced by violence in the region. The Government of Sudan initially blocked peacekeeping forces and violated the Status of […]
Group cites dramatic increase in large-scale violence, threats to credible Darfur peace process Download release (Washington, D.C.) The Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition (GI-NET/SDC) today urged the United States government to reinvigorate its policy on Darfur. The call follows reports of renewed violence in Darfur, and comes amid concerns about the future of credible negotiations […]
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