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UN council can’t agree on Darfur protest

The U.N. Security Council on Monday failed to agree on a formal condemnation of a surprise attack that killed 10 peacekeepers in Darfur with an envoy saying members disagree on whether to call it a terrorist act by rebels. Ghana’s U.N. Ambassador Leslie Christian, the current council president, said members will meet again on Tuesday to work on a presidential statement — which becomes part of the official council record. Full Story

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