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Sudan may be open to U.N. intervention

Sudan told Senegal’s president that it is open to limited intervention by the United Nations in the Darfur region, the leader of the West African nation said. Senegal President Abdoulaye Wade told reporters he received a letter from Sudan President Omar al-Bashir Monday that accepted some sort of U.N. intervention. Sudan has steadfastly refused a U.N. offer of troops to relieve a small and over-stretched African Union force in the war-ravaged region, leading to diplomatic efforts to find a compromise. Full Story

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