Rebels suspicious of Khartoum deal on Darfur force

Darfur rebels view Sudan’s acceptance of a joint African Union-U.N. peacekeeping force with suspicion, and insist the United Nations should have overall command and control, an unresolved part of the deal. After months of talks, threats and negotiations, Khartoum agreed to accept a joint AU-U.N. force of at least 20,000 troops and police but said the majority of the troops must come from Africa and command and control should be left to the AU. Full Story

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