White House

April 18, 2007 3:00 AM

Bush gives Sudan's president `last chance' to end violence in Darfur

President Bush warned Sudans president on Wednesday that he has one last chance to end the violence in Darfur before the United States imposes strict economic sanctions and considers even sterner options against his country. Bushs warning, delivered in a speech at Washingtons Holocaust Museum, came amid mixed signals from Sudan. Even as President Omar Hassan al Bashirs government announced that it will allow a large United Nations force to supplement African Union peacekeepers in Darfur, Bush charged that it was simultaneously sneaking military arms and other equipment into the region in military aircraft painted to look like U.N. or African Union planes.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

President Obama lands in Vietnam 00:52

President Obama lands in Vietnam

TPP is good for American businesses, says White House 02:06

TPP is good for American businesses, says White House

Democrats yell "shame" on the floor of the House of Representatives 02:00

Democrats yell "shame" on the floor of the House of Representatives

British royal family, Obamas trash talk ahead of Invictus Games 00:40

British royal family, Obamas trash talk ahead of Invictus Games

'Hamilton' star Lin-Manuel Miranda freestyles with President Obama 01:44

'Hamilton' star Lin-Manuel Miranda freestyles with President Obama

Trump to Christie: 'You're not eating Oreos anymore' 00:19

Trump to Christie: 'You're not eating Oreos anymore'

Defense bill approved by House is "strong," says Speaker Ryan 01:43

Defense bill approved by House is "strong," says Speaker Ryan

Obama's advice for Rutgers graduates: 'Have faith in democracy' 01:20

Obama's advice for Rutgers graduates: 'Have faith in democracy'

Here's how a presidential candidate can qualify for Secret Service protection 01:02

Here's how a presidential candidate can qualify for Secret Service protection

Share Video

Politics & Government Videos