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Heart of Darfur: Aaron Brown Interview: Nicholas Kristof

Wide Angle Interviews Nicholas Kristof, a New York Times editorialist who, in 2006, won a Pulitzer Prize for his writings on the crisis in Darfur.

Jul 1st, 2008

U.N. Security Council Delegation Visits Darfur

United Nations Security Council representatives visited Darfur on Thursday, where they were scheduled to meet with refugees, aidworkers, U.N. peacekeepers and local government representatives.

Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: Map

See the villages and towns in Darfur where major conflicts take place.

Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: Credits




Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: Resources

Links to more information on the conflict in Darfur.

Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: History of Sudan

A timeline of Sudan's history from its colonial past to turbulent present.

Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: Video: Preview

(Premieres July 1, 2008) Heart of Darfur captures the desperation of daily life in remote villages, crowded refugee camps, and in El Fasher, that is now home to 100,000 refugees.

Jul 1st, 2008

Heart of Darfur: Guide to Factions and Forces

History, tribalism, internal power struggles and fractured lines of communication divide various rebel factions in Sudan. Read more in this guide.

Jul 1st, 2008

We Stand United on Darfur

Senators Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Barack Obama issued a rare joint statement today, deploring the atrocities in the Darfur region of Sudan.

Jul 1st, 2008

Japanese Destroyer Docks in China

For the first time since World War II, a Japanese warship is docked in China.

Jun 24th, 2008

Japan Appoints First Space Development Minister

Japan appointed Fumio Kishida as its first space development minister, following a law passed last month, which allows Japan to use outer space for the purposes of national security.

Jun 20th, 2008

New Arab Coalition Speaks Out on Darfur

The newly formed Arab Coalition for Darfur condemned the Muslim world for its silence on the atrocities in Darfur during the 35th Organization of the Islamic Conference, a meeting of the foreign ministers of 57 Muslim nations.

Jun 20th, 2008

U.S. Admits More Iraqi Refugees

In May, the United States accepted 1,141 Iraqi refugees--the most the U.S. has accepted in a given month. The Bush administration projected it could admit almost 8,000 more refugees by the end of September, closing in on (but not guaranteeing) its goal of 12,000 refugees by fiscal year-end.

Jun 19th, 2008

Four Activists Found Dead in Zimbabwe as Violence Mounts

Four opposition activists were found dead on Thursday, according to Zimbabwe's opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change.

Jun 19th, 2008

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