Despite criticism for his owngovernment over apathy towards
"There could be an agreement in the SecurityCouncil that there could be a no-fly zone," a well-informed
Blair wants the no-fly zone included in a package ofsanctions already under discussion among the Security Council members,including an arms embargo and freezing assets of Sudanese leaders implicated inthe
"If the Sudanese government broke thatagreement there would have to be consequences," said the source.
Given impracticality of enforcing a no-fly zone overa region the size of
The Guardian saidthe no-fly-zone proposal was the brainchild of Blair amid skepticism in theForeign Office and Ministry of Defense.
The idea will be a hard sell in the Security Councilas
While Blair was pushing for much tougherinternational action against
"The Government's handling of this is adisgrace," James Smith, chief executive of The Aegis Trust group, told TheIndependent.
The pressure group blasted
"The government is talking tough about the
The trust affirmed that the Home Office was tryingto round up Darfuris before the judgment in a test case that could haltattempts to deport them.
"Thousands are dying in
"Returning frightened and vulnerable Darfurivictims of ethnic cleansing to
Mohammed Abdulhadi Ali, 39, fled Darfur after hisvillage was burned to the ground by militias and came to seek sanctuary in
After two failed asylum claims, immigrationauthorities are now determined to send him back to
"When I came to
"They don't care for human rights."
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