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Bush raises pressure as Darfur deadline nears

President George W. Bush announced new sanctions on Thursday against people suspected of aiding genocide in Sudan’s Darfur region, as peace talks in Nigeria neared a deadline and 160 religious and human rights groups prepared for a massive Washington rally on Sunday. Bush issued an executive order freezing the assets of anyone deemed to have posed a threat to the peace process or stability in Darfur. The order also prohibited U.S. companies or individuals from dealing with those targeted. Full Story

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