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09 June 2005 Military News

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  • NIGERIA: Darfur peace talks back on track in Abuja IRIN 09 Jun 2005 -- Delegates representing Sudan's government and rebels fighting in the country's western Darfur region are set to resume talks in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, on Friday to seek an end to a conflict that has created Africa's worst humanitarian disaster.
  • Sudan: UN mission suspends operations in areas of South Darfur UN News Centre 09 Jun 2005 -- The United Nations mission in Sudan (UNMIS) has today declared the town of Muhujariya in South Darfur a "no go" area for UN staff following recent clashes between rebel forces and continued unrest in the area.
  • Talks To Resume In Nigeria On Darfur Crisis VOA 09 Jun 2005 -- A fresh round of talks aimed at ending fighting in Sudan's Darfur region is set to begin in Nigeria Friday. African Union leaders say they are optimistic, but an analyst who follows the region, notes that previous AU-brokered negotiations have failed to end the violence that has left tens-of-thousands of people dead and many more displaced.

  • MAURITANIA: Government organises anti-terror marches after barracks attack IRIN 09 Jun 2005 -- Tens of thousands of people have taken to the dusty streets of the capital Nouakchott at the behest of the ruling party, with more marches planned across Mauritania to protest a fatal attack on a remote desert military base by an Algerian Islamist group.
  • Israel's High Court Gives Green Light for Gaza Pullout VOA 09 Jun 2005 -- Israel's High Court has given a green light to the government's plan to pull out of the Gaza Strip in August.
  • SOMALIA: Death toll rises as fighting continues in Beletweyne IRIN 09 Jun 2005 -- At least 30 people have died since inter-clan fighting broke out on Monday in the town of Beletweyne, south-central Somalia.
  • U.S. Resumes Aid To Serbia-Montenegro RFE/RL 09 Jun 2005 -- The United States has resumed aid to Serbia and Montenegro that was frozen at the beginning of the year to express dissatisfaction with Belgrade's cooperation with the UN war crimes tribunal.

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