On August 6, Chicago Tribune correspondent Paul Salopek and two assistants were jailed by the Sudanese government for more than a month on charges of spying before officials dropped the charges. Salopek discusses his detention and coverage of the crisis…
By PBS NewsHour
The African Union will boost its presence in Sudan's Darfur region by an additional 4,000 troops, a spokesman for the organization said.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton discusses the controversial statements made at this week's meeting of the U.N. General Assembly, Iran's nuclear ambitions and the crisis in Darfur.
In his address to the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday, President Bush said the United States wants to support democratic reform in the Mideast and is not against Islam. Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee discuss the speech.
President Bush will hold multilateral talks with world leaders at the 61st session of the United Nations General Assembly. Analysts debate on whether the U.N. can handle crises such as those in the Middle East and in Darfur.
Sudan said African Union troops may stay in the country but not under United Nations control. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer talks about Khartoum's rejection of a U.N. force and attempts to forge a compromise.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The U.N. Security Council approved Thursday the future deployment of more than 20,000 peacekeeping troops to Sudan's troubled Darfur region, despite opposition from the Khartoum government.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Calling an end to genocide in Darfur one of its top priorities, the State Department announced Thursday that it would send one of its top diplomats to Sudan to try to convince the African nation to allow a peacekeeping force.
Refugees International visited several camps in Darfur, Sudan, where fighting between the government and rebel groups has forced at least 25,000 more people to flee their homes and enter the camps. Ken Bacon, President of Refugees International, talks about the…
John Bolton, who was appointed on a temporary basis as the United States Ambassador to the U.N. had his confirmation hearing today. The Senate remains divided on confirming his post to serve as U.N Ambassador for the rest of President…
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