Failed mediation dispute in Darfur leaves peacekeeper dead, 3 injured -- UN confirms

May 2014
African Business News;5/26/2014, p9
The article reports that armed men in Sudan's western region have killed a Rwandan peacekeeper and injured three others. United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and senior official Mohamed Ibn Chambas have condemned the incident and urged the Sudanese Government to bring the guilty to justice. The peacekeepers were part of a UN-African Union mission (UNAMID) team attempting to mediate a tribal dispute between Fur people and Arab militia in a village in North Darfur, Sudan.


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