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NATO says has no plans for Darfur ground force

NATO is discussing its possible future involvement in Sudan’s violent Darfur region but has no plans to send a military ground force, an alliance spokeswoman said on Monday. The spokeswoman, Carmen Romero, declined to comment on a report by the Washington Post newspaper that said the United States backed a proposal to send several hundred NATO advisers to support an African Union peacekeeping mission in Darfur. “We are not talking of a NATO force in Darfur, this is out of the question,” she said, adding any personnel would be involved only in logistical support or training. Full Story

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