The U.N.'s former envoy to Sudan explains why he has been prevented from visiting refugees.
The leader of Sudan's best-armed rebel group says an offensive against Khartoum could come soon if the Sudanese government rejects renegotiating the Darfur peace agreement.
The United Nations-African Union joint special representative to Darfur, Ibrahim Gambari, has called on leaders of Darfur rebels to join the peace process.
A major Darfur rebel group in Sudan has issued a warning to international organizations and U.N. peacekeeping forces that government-managed airports have become legitimate military targets, a newly issued statement reads.
A Sudanese government delegation plans to leave peace talks with rebels from the country's western Darfur region Friday, the country's official news agency reported.
Sudan threatened to withdraw from peace talks with rebels in the western Darfur region unless an agreement was struck by Thursday.
Jane Ferguson takes a look at the life of members of the rebel groups fighting against Sudanese troops in Darfur.
Six people were killed and 33 were injured in apparent clashes at a displaced persons camp in Sudan's Darfur region on Saturday, days after another attack in the region left 37 dead, officials said.
Three Russian pilots working for a Sudanese aviation company who were abducted in the Darfur region have been released, a Russian embassy spokesman said Tuesday.
Three Russian pilots working for a Sudanese aviation company have been abducted in the Darfur region, officials said Monday.
An aid worker with Samaritan's Purse, a Christian aid organization, has been freed after 105 days in captivity in the Darfur region of western Sudan, a spokeswoman for the organization said Monday.
The two Jordanians kidnapped on Saturday in Sudan's Darfur region have been freed, a spokesman for Sudan's foreign ministry said Tuesday.
Two police advisers working with the joint United Nations-African Union force in Sudan's Darfur region were abducted early Saturday morning, according to a spokesman.
The security situation in war-ravaged Darfur shows no sign of improvement as fighting has intensified between rebel groups and the Sudanese government, the United Nations Security Council was told Tuesday.
A quartet of special representatives went before the United Nations Security Council Monday to brief members on political and humanitarian challenges in Sudan -- particularly the war-torn Darfur region -- as the country nears a referendum in early 2011 that could see Africa's largest nation split in two.
Fighting in southern Darfur killed dozens of people over the weekend as soldiers from Sudan's People's Liberation Army clashed with armed members of an Arab tribe, state media reported Sunday.
Four U.N.-African Union peacekeepers are missing in the war-torn western Sudanese region of Darfur, the peacekeeping force said Monday.
The European Union on Wednesday pulled its observers from Darfur ahead of elections in Sudan, an EU spokeswoman told CNN.
The Sudanese government signed a framework cease-fire agreement Thursday with a rebel group from the country's war-torn Darfur region, according to state-run media.
Two foreign aid workers held hostage for three months in Sudan's volatile Darfur region were released Sunday, the agency they work for said.
Two international staffers supporting the peacekeeping mission in the volatile Sudanese region of Darfur were kidnapped Saturday morning, a spokesman for the peacekeeping force told CNN.
Three days ago, I took over from Mia Farrow on a water-only fast to support her efforts to raise awareness about the ongoing tragedy in Darfur.
A peacekeeper working for the African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur was killed Thursday night during a carjacking, according to a statement released by the joint mission.
A local aid worker employed by a Canadian relief group was shot to death on Tuesday in the Darfur region of Sudan, a colleague of the man said.
Gunmen killed a United Nations peacekeeper in the Darfur region of western Sudan on Tuesday.
The four Doctors Without Borders staffers abducted earlier this week in Sudan's Darfur region have been "safely released," the group said on Saturday.
Three Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres) staffers have been abducted in the war-torn Sudanese province of Darfur, the group said Thursday.
A meningitis outbreak is threatening the lives of tens of thousands of people in Darfur, according to an aid agency expelled from the country last week.
The killing will go on in Darfur despite the International Criminal Court's moves against Sudan President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, refugees from the violence said Wednesday, lamenting the country they say is now beyond salvation.
CNN's Phil Black is at a Darfur memorial in London, waiting word on whether Sudan's president will be arrested.
Obama administration officials huddled at the White House Thursday night with non-governmental organizations currently operating in Darfur, after the Sudanese president announced that 13 aid groups must leave the country.
I wanted to believe the man in front of me wasn't a rapist. I knew he was a former Sudanese soldier, I knew he wanted to talk about rape in Darfur. A humanitarian group working on Darfur issues had introduced him to us. They told us his testimony was important to hear.
Fighting has prompted thousands of people in the southern part of Sudan's Darfur region to seek security and shelter at a refugee camp in the northern part of the war-torn area, according to the United Nations.
The U.S. Air Force has begun flying equipment into Darfur to support a United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in the war-ravaged Sudanese province, the military announced Wednesday.
In Sudan's Darfur region, where violence and genocide are rampant, women risk their lives every day performing tasks as seemingly mundane as seeking out firewood.
An American teenager gives fuel-efficient stoves to keep the women of Darfur safe. CNN's Betty Nguyen has his story.
Sudanese government forces attacked one of Darfur's largest refugee camps at dawn Monday, killing dozens of civilians, according to rebels and a witness in the camp
A helicopter used by the joint United Nations-African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur was hit by gunfire Monday and forced to return to its airfield
Chinese officials have revoked the visa of former U.S. Olympic speed skater Joey Cheek, an action that has worried the White House.
The U.N. Security Council votes to extend the mandate for UN-African Union troops in Darfur. CNN's Richard Roth reports.
The United Nations Security Council Thursday passed a resolution to extend its peacekeeping mission in Darfur despite U.S. complaints about the resolution.
War-crimes charges may hold Sudan's leader accountable, but it could make ending the conflict even more difficult
Five peacekeepers from a joint U.N.-African Union force were killed and 17 were missing after their patrol was ambushed in northern Darfur
It's the scene of the world's worst humanitarian crisis, the biggest U.N. aid operation and the 21st century's first genocide -- yet the toxic blend of militants, rebels, bandits and government forces in Darfur is barely understood by the outside world. Here CNN answers the basic questions surrounding the violence-stricken region.
CNN's Nic Robertson reports from Sudan on the difficulties of finding those responsible for the carnage in Darfur.
What surprised me the most about the aid camps is the sheer fortitude of the people. Fires burning down the flimsy straw shelters is a common occurrence here.
The flight down wasn't too bad, a little bumpy, but it went up and came down just fine.
Over the next few days, as we waited for the government to decide whether or not to let us into Darfur, we did the rounds of aid agencies -- UNHCR, WFP, OCHA.
It wasn't like any Western press conference. No one interrupted the minister or the senior police officers.
Life for the millions of people in Darfur's aid camps is a living hell. Women are often raped while out collecting firewood and security is so bad aid trucks can't get through, resulting in food handouts being halved.
The U.N. World Food Program, the globe's largest humanitarian agency, is cutting back its air service in Sudan because a lack of funding has made it difficult to ferry aid workers to remote parts of Darfur and the southern part of the country, the agency said Tuesday. The cutback will affect the efforts of 14,000 aid workers, it added.
The U.N. Security Council got a firsthand look Thursday at the worsening conflict in Darfur, which has killed up to 300,000 people and forced 2.5 million to flee their homes
The joint U.N.-African Union mission in Darfur says a Ugandan member of the force has been fatally shot
Attacks on its humanitarian convoys are forcing the U.N. World Food Programme to cut the rations it provides to millions of hungry people in Sudan's war-stricken Darfur region by about half, the agency said Thursday.
Protesters around the world warn that the children of Darfur are becoming a lost generation. CNN's Emily Chang reports.
A group of student protesters were arrested Sunday after they called on President Bush to end the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Sudan, and refused to leave the front gates of the White House.
Attacks in January and February by Sudanese forces on Darfur villagers are described in a U.N. report as "violations of international humanitarian and human rights law."
They marshaled presidents, sparked worldwide debate, and put an international peacekeeping force in jeopardy, but the biggest concern for more than 100 children stranded in an orphanage in remote eastern Chad is to return home.
Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir on Tuesday accused the international media of "exaggerating" the situation in Darfur to detract from atrocities in Iraq, the Palestinian territories and Somalia.
The United States has called for a new initiative to get a 26,000-strong peacekeeping force on the ground in Darfur
Hollywood director Steven Spielberg's decision to quit the Beijing Olympics over the Darfur crisis is drawing condemnation by China's state-controlled media
ITN's Richard Pallot reports on the call for Chinese President Hu Jintao to take urgent action on Darfur.
The U.N. refugee agency says "unknown armed elements" are thwarting its efforts to move Darfur refugees in eastern Chad from the "volatile border to camps."
Fighting in the volatile Sudanese region of Darfur has sparked another wave of refugees into Chad and left a Red Cross employee dead, according to international agencies.
When George Clooney was nearly kept by the assembled countries from delivering his message on Darfur Thursday, the United Nations' recently appointed messenger of peace chose a more receptive audience: the press.
CNN's Richard Roth sits down with actor George Clooney to talk about his work with the U.N. in Darfur.
Good citizens speak out when they see injustice. Can good corporate citizens be expected to do the same?
Angelina Jolie continues her call for justice in Darfur, writing an essay about the Sudanese region in an upcoming edition of The Economist.
Six officials of a French non-governmental organization were charged with attempted kidnapping, after trying to airlift 103 Sudanese children from neighboring Chad
CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva speaks with Jason Small of the U.S. State Department about the Darfur peace talks in Libya.
Hopes are high that a peace conference later this month will lead to an end to the killing in Darfur. But a key rebel leader tells TIME why he won't be attending
CNN's Phil Black reports on a deadly attack against peacekeepers in Darfur and what it means for the conflict.
A group of elder statesmen, including former President Carter and Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu, urged all sides in Darfur's bloodshed to reach a peace deal
Analysis: African peacekeepers appear to have been killed not by those accused of genocide, but by those claiming to fight on behalf of the victims
From the humanitarian crisis in Darfur to art therapy and literacy programs, find out about the favorite charitable organizations and causes of some of Hollywood's biggest names.
The African Union says at least a dozen of it's peacekeepers have been killed in Darfur.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed outrage after rebels killed at least 10 African Union soldiers in an unprecented attack on a peacekeeping base in the troubled Sudanese region of Darfur.
A group of rebels stormed an African Union peacekeeping base in Sudan's Darfur region, killing 10 personnel from the AU mission and wounding several more, a U.N. spokeswoman said Sunday.
For the 2.5 million people who have fled the four-year conflict in war-torn Darfur, refugee camps in eastern Chad hold the promise of a safe haven.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said Thursday that new peace talks to end the four-year conflict in Darfur will start October 27 in Libya.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Tuesday that time was critical and the Sudanese government's cooperation "essential" to successfully deploying a new peacekeeping force in war-torn Darfur.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will press for speedy deployment of a 26,000-strong peacekeeping force in Darfur and a quick start to new peace talks to end the four-year conflict there during his visit to Sudan starting Monday.
A human rights group said Thursday that Sudan's government continues to violate a U.N. arms embargo in Darfur and urged the United Nations to give its planned peacekeeping force for the region the authority to confiscate weapons from combatants.
The United Nations' human rights office on Tuesday accused forces allied with Sudan's government of mass abduction and rape of women and girls in Darfur, acts it said could constitute war crimes.
Israel on Sunday rejected 50 Africans -- most of them reportedly from Sudan's Darfur region -- who had illegally entered the country from Egypt, a government official said.
Mia Farrow joined genocide survivors in a torch-lighting ceremony Wednesday at a Rwandan school where thousands died in a 100-day frenzy of killings in 1994
Late last year Adam Ibrahim Ali and his two teenage sons fled their ravaged village in Darfur and headed for Sudan's capital, Khartoum, riding on trucks and walking for days under the blistering desert sun. When they arrived in this dusty city on the Nile, Ali fashioned a small mud shelter on the riverbank and hung up his most cherished possession, a small transistor radio.
Uncertainties for Darfur
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The U.N. Security Council has more than tripled an existing African Union-led force for the Sudanese province of Darfur by authorizing a 26,000-member peacekeeping mission.
The U.N. approved a mission to stop the killing, but the plan can succeed only if combatants reach a political settlement
Scientists have discovered the underground remnants of an ancient lake in Sudan's arid Darfur region, offering hope of tapping a precious resource and easing water scarcity
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told President Bush on Tuesday the United Nations is speeding up efforts to find a political solution to the four-year conflict in Darfur that has killed more than 200,000 people
The world has fallen down on the job of ending the violence in Sudan's Darfur region, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Sunday
Activists are using the Games to prod Beijing to reform. Will it pay off?
Washington has done more than any other power to end the crisis, but theU.S. has little direct leverage over Sudan
President Bush imposed new sanctions this week against the Sudanese government for its refusal to stop violence against civilians in Darfur. The sanctions are aimed at 31 companies owned or controlled by the Sudanese government, banning them from doing business with the United States or U.S. companies.
President Bush imposed new sanctions Tuesday against the Sudanese government in reaction to the violence in Darfur, preventing 31 companies and three people from doing business in the United States or with U.S. companies.
China on Friday rejected growing criticism it is not wielding its influence with Sudan to stop bloodshed in the Darfur region and said attempts to use the conflict to politicize Beijing's Olympic Games will fail.
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