SUDAN WATCH: Aid work suspended in Zalinge, Darfur after killing - UN

Friday, July 21, 2006

Aid work suspended in Zalinge, Darfur after killing - UN

International aid operations in refugee camps in the Zalinge area of Darfur have been suspended after three water workers were killed by a mob, UNHCR said today - Reuters report via Sudan Tribune:
UNHCR said the three were beaten to death on Thursday in the region near the border with Chad in circumstances that were still unclear.

The incident follows an attack on two non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the Djebel Mara area, north of Zalinge, two days ago and the fatal shooting of an NGO driver attacked by bandits in Darfur's El Geneina last week, the UNHCR said.

1 Comments:

Blogger Kirk Johnson said...

My god this is terrible--when are the world's powers going to wake up and get serious about this? What will it take to get a sizable military force committed to protecting enforcing a real peace?

Thanks, as always, for keeping the rest of us informed.

Sunday, July 23, 2006  

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