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President Discusses Peace Agreement in Sudan


Washington, DC
May 8, 2006

President George W. Bush delivers a statement on Darfur in the Roosevelt Room Monday, May 8, 2006. Standing with the President are Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and  Deputy Secretary Robert Zoellick. "About 200,000 people have died from conflict, famine and disease," said the President. "And more than 2 million were forced into camps inside and outside their country, unable to plant crops, or rebuild their villages. I've called this massive violence an act of genocide, because no other word captures the extent of this tragedy." White House photo by Paul Morse

--05/08/06  Remarks by President Bush on the Peace Agreement in Sudan

President George W. Bush delivers a statement on Darfur in the Roosevelt Room Monday, May 8, 2006. Standing with the President are State Secretary Condoleezza Rice and State Deputy Secretary Robert Zo


Released on May 8, 2006

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