An unsourced article
at Sudan Tribune today says reports of fresh fighting
in Darfur prompted two senior British government ministers to voice their concern and call on all sides to make peace - excerpt:
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and International Development Secretary Hilary Benn were referring to reports that helicopter gunships, allegedly belonging to the Sudanese government, bombed a village called Joghada [Joghana] in southern Darfur on Monday, forcing women and children to flee.
Straw said: "I am appalled to hear of reports of the apparent use of helicopter gunships against a village in Darfur."
He also highlighted other clashes between different rebel groups and said Britain was trying to confirm the reports.