Darfur rebels freeze peace talks with government

Darfur`s most powerful rebel group says it has broken off peace talks, accusing the government of carrying out a new military offensive in the western region of Sudan.

Egypt: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
left here on Monday winding up a short visit to Egypt where he
discussed ways to bring the Israeli-Palestinian stalled peace
process back on track.

President Hosni Mubarak-Netanyahu tete-a-tete session
of talks took up the now-running Egyptian and international
efforts aimed at creating a proper atmosphere to hold indirect
negotiations between the Palestinian and Israeli sides in a
bid to realise the two-state solution.

The Israeli premier was seen off at the airport by
Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit, South Sinai governor
Mohamed Abdel Fadeel Shousha and Israeli Ambassador here
Yitzhak Levanon.