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Expelled UN envoy accuses Sudan on peace pact terms

The just-expelled top U.N. envoy for Sudan accused Khartoum on Friday of violating a peace agreement in the troubled Darfur area with renewed aerial bombing and mobilizing militias accused of atrocities.At the same time, the United Nations said the envoy, Jan Pronk, would make a brief symbolic return to Khartoum next month despite a government declaration he was “history.” Pronk, a former Dutch cabinet minister, gave his last briefing to the U.N. Security Council, days after being told by Sudan he was persona non grata for writing on a personal Web site that the Sudanese army lost two major battles to rebels in Darfur and morale was low. Full Story

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