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US cruise missile strike
US double strike: `a new ball game'
Jane's Defense Weekly, 21 August 1998

Clinton's speeches
Clinton's speeches

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"Our target was terror"  CNN

Saying "there will be no sanctuary for terrorists," President Clinton on Thursday said the U.S. strikes against terrorist bases in Afghanistan and another target in Sudan are part of "a long, ongoing struggle between freedom and fanaticism." The cruise-missile attacks were in retaliation for the recent bombings of two U.S. embassies in east Africa.
Seven sites were targeted -- one in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum and six in Afghanistan, about 95 miles south of Kabul near the Afghani-Pakistani border, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Hugh Shelton told reporters.
The facility in Khartoum manufactured chemicals for weapons, officials said. It was located northeast of the city in an industrial area, the Pentagon said.( CNN, August 20, 1998)

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Bin Laden calls Muslims
to fight against the United States.

For the second consecutive day, Osama Bin Laden called on Muslims from all over the world to fight against the United States and its allies, to attack American embassies and to boycott US exportations.

Defence minister calling to condemn US attacks
Letter from Mubarak to Assad
UN Security Council examining Sudan's complaint

Aug. 24, 1998

  Faza-ul Rehman Khalil, Chairman, Hrkat-ul Mujahedeen  Lebanese religious leaders attack the US

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Lebanon's radical pro-Iranian Hizbullah group said that the US strikes on targets in Sudan and Afghanistan were an act of aggression and terrorism.

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Clinton resumes his family holiday
United States president Bill Clinton has resumed his family holiday while the rest of the country braced itself for possible reprisals for Thursday's missile attack ...
Amr Mossa criticises the United States
TVReal Video Egyptian foreign minister Amr Moussa has implicitly criticised the United States' attacks in Sudan and Afghanistan by saying that international terrorism should be confronted ...
Osama Bin Laden will not be allowed to return to Sudan
Amr Mossa criticises the United States
A memorial service in Omagh
The Arab countries denounce the US strikes

Aug. 23, 1998

Sudan information from the Univ. of Pennsylvania
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Sudan News & Views - 20
Sudan News & Views Issue No 20 July 1996 'Sudan News & Views' is an independent electronic Newsletter working to advocate peace, human rights and humanitarian aid for the Sudan. Editor: Dr. Yasin

ABCNews: Nightline

Thursday, August 13, 1998 - Will the Killers be Brought to Justice? Airdate: Wednesday, August 12, 1998 Sudan Emergency Nightline recap: Dave Marash reports on the millions at risk of starving to death in Sudan.

Mohamed Suliman (1992): Civil War in Sudan:
The Impact of Ecological Degradation

Environment and Conflicts Project (ENCOP) Paper #4.

Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (1995):
Sudan - Civil Strife/Displaced Persons

Situation Report #3. Bureau for Humanitarian Response, U.S. Agency for International Development. The report provides background information and describes the current situation in Sudan by region.

CIA World Fact Book, 1994 entry

U.S. State Department Background Notes (1991)
U.S. State Department Human Rights Reports:
1993 1994
U.S. State Department Travel Advisories
U.S. Secretary of State speeches on Sudan