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UN Report Disappoints Both Sides of Darfur Conflict

Both Sudan’s government and Darfur rebels criticized a U.N. report which accused Khartoum and allied militias of atrocities in the country’s western region but stopped short of calling the violence genocide. The U.N. report, released on Monday, recommended unnamed government officials and militia leaders be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for widespread and systematic abuses, which may constitute crimes against humanity. Khartoum officials said the report was unfair, emotional and had reached some incorrect conclusions. The two main rebel groups said the report was mistaken and investigators did not visit the worst areas of fighting where mass graves are hidden. Full Story

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