The travesty in Sudan

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Author(s) The Seattle Times editorial board
Source The Seattle Times
Date June 5, 2007
Quotes-start.png "Diplomacy and mild sanctions have failed. Continued pressure is needed on the U.N., where "no" should be the correct response to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's appeal for more time to sway Sudan. U.N. peacekeeping troops must be allowed to stabilize Darfur. Assaults on humanitarian and aid workers must stop. These things are nonnegotiable and immediate demands." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United Nations should send peacekeepers on the topic Darfur conflict.