Jan 27th
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Old problems haunt new U.N. peacekeepers in Darfur

LA Times

Rollout of the U.N.-African Union force has been slow, and equipment is lacking. But expectations remain high.

By Edmund Sanders
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

ABOVE SILEIA, SUDAN — A Russian-made Mi-8 chopper hovers over the scorched remains of this Darfur village, half-deserted since a government air raid destroyed scores of homes.

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