Resolution 2091 (February 14, 2013) badly weakens key language prohibiting Khartoum’s military flights in the region
By Eric Reeves
February 18, 2013 - The retreat on the part of the United Nations Security Council in responding to Khartoum’s continuous aerial military assaults on civilians in Darfur could not be clearer. In Resolution 1591 (March 2005) the Security Council had "demanded,"
"that the Government of Sudan, in accordance with its commitments under the 8 April 2004 N’djamena (...)
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