At Bangkok meeting, they cheer support for needle exchanges but urge further steps toward 'harm reduction.'
Nearly two months after 13 major international aid agencies were expelled from Sudan, concerns rise that rebel groups are uniting in preparation for fresh attacks.
Tens of thousands of civilians fled Monday as the government breached rebels' defensive wall.
More than 40 European diplomats walked out in protest over the Iranian leader's speech, in which he called Israelis "the racist perpetrators of genocide."
The president's decision not to prosecute CIA agents for torture is being criticized by right advocates.
A meeting to judge progress on racism is likely to be captive to Israeli-Palestinian and Islamic defamation issues.
As America became distracted by the war on terror after 9/11, the region sought other partners.
A documentary critical of the North, filmed by a family member of one of the journalists, could complicate their case.
A two-day cease-fire aimed at letting civilians flee ended with little success