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Sudan warns Blair against sending troops

Sudan yesterday warned Britain that it risked becoming bogged down in an Iraq-style quagmire if it sent troops to Darfur, where more than a million refugees face the threat of famine, disease and attacks by pro-government militia. The country’s foreign min-ister, Mustafa Osman Ismail, said British soldiers would be seen as an occupying force and faced a backlash from the people of Darfur. More than a million refugees, mainly from Darfur’s black African tribes, have fled their homes after being attacked by the predominantly Arab Janjaweed militia, armed and sponsored by the Sudanese government.Full Story

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