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AU interpreter killed as UN aid chief tours Darfur

Angry demonstrators killed a Sudanese interpreter working with African Union forces in Darfur on Monday in riots that broke out during a senior UN official’s visit to a camp for displaced Sudanese. Jan Egeland, the UN under-secretary for humanitarian affairs, said the man was killed in an African Union police station after Egeland and his entourage beat a hasty retreat from the Kalma camp in the face of violent protests. “After we left, the AU civilian police post was overrun and a member of the force was killed. He was a Sudanese interpreter,” Egeland told reporters traveling with him. Full Story

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