United States President George W. Bush on Monday authorized an
immediate airlift of equipment and supplies to the international
peacekeeping force in the troubled Darfur region of Sudan.
Following a meeting at the White House Monday morning with Salva
Kiir, the first vice-president of Sudan and president of Southern
Sudan, Bush said that he provided a waiver so the State Department "can
begin to move 240 containers' worth of heavy equipment into Darfur." He
added that the Defense Department will also fly equipment in from
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