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Khartoum to start disarming Darfur militias next week

Khartoum is to start next week disarming the Arab militias accused of a reign of terror in the western Sudanese region of Darfur as demanded by the UN Security Council, a police chief said. On the diplomatic front, Sudan’s government pressed ahead with “an open dialogue” with the United Nations and aid agencies in an effort to avert international sanctions, while Washington said it would keep up the pressure. “The security and judicial commissions are going to start work disarming the uncontrolled militias in Darfur next week,” Brigadier General Jamal al-Hueres, police chief of North Darfur state, told the pro-government Sudan Media Centre.Full Story

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