Germany, Qatar urge continuing Mideast peace talks
Afghan president calls for release of journalists
Iran: Israeli attack would mean its own demise
UN urges Sudan to allow aid to Darfur camp
Sudan denies aid agencies access to Darfur camp
Darfur rebels freeze peace talks with government
Diplomat from Qatar leaves US
WASHINGTON — A diplomat from Qatar who caused a security scare on board a Denver-bound airliner has left the United States.
Officials: Plane scare diplomat to be sent home
Officials: Plane scare diplomat likely sent home
Qatar diplomat released after plane bomb scare
Law firm: Diplomat released after plane bomb scare
Air marshal subdues man on DC-Denver flight
Donors conference raises $850 million for Darfur
Donors conference seeks $2 billion for Darfur
Sudan and Darfur rebel group sign cease-fire
Sudan releases 57 Darfur rebels
KHARTOUM, Sudan — Sudan released 57 Darfur rebels on Wednesday, including 50 who had been sentenced to death, under a new truce agreement between the government and the most country’s powerful rebel group.
Sudan and Darfur rebel group sign key truce
Darfur truce signed, paving way for peace talks
Darfur truce could pave way for peace
CAIRO — A truce to be signed Tuesday by Sudan’s government and the most powerful rebel group in Darfur has raised hopes that seven years of devastating war will finally come to an end.
Darfur rebels sign truce deal with Sudan
N’DJAMENA, Chad — Darfur’s most powerful rebel group has initialed a truce with the Sudanese government, officials said Saturday, marking the rebel group’s return to peace talks aimed at ending the Darfur conflict.
Darfur rebels ready to sign truce deal with Sudan
Clinton says Iran becoming military dictatorship
Clinton raises hope for Mideast peace breakthrough
Chad’s leader travels to Sudan to smooth relations
Iran: US missile system to sow Gulf division