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Sudan arrests suspected killers of Egyptian peacekeepers.

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May 9, 2010 (KHARTOUM) — Sudanese authorities have arrested gunmen suspected of killing two Egyptian peacekeepers working with the hybrid peacekeeping mission in Darfur, the elected governor of South Darfur said today.

A convoy of Egyptian peacekeepers with three vehicles and 20 military personnel was ambushed near Katila village, on May 7, 85km south of Edd al Fursan, South Darfur, at 11:30am. The assailants fled the area when they returned fire.

Elected governor, Abdel-Hamid Moussa Kasha announced on Sunday the arrest of the gunmen suspected of the ambush against the Egyptian peacekeepers in South Darfur.

Kasha added that that those arrested are bandits denying their affiliation to any party.

Sudanese police spokesperson, Mohamed Abdel Majid tolf the official SUNA the police is conducting investigations and collecting data, pointing out that the regular forces were still hunting down the remaining members of the gang.

Friday’s attack brings to 24 the number of UNAMID personnel killed in Darfur since the Mission’s was established in January 2008.

Yesterday the Egyptian foreign ministry said that the instructions given to the Egyptian mission’s leadership and the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum were to have full coordination with the Sudanese authorities and the UN to search the region and capture the perpetrators.

Also, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon called on the Sudanese government to launch an immediate investigation and to identify, apprehend and bring the perpetrators to justice.

(ST)

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  • 10 May 2010 02:16, by David_N

    I hope it will help Egyptian Gov. with some hint of motivations against it’s attack!

    http://english.aljazeera.net/video/africa/2010/05/20105910019688798.html

    p.s.> Zaghawa defends themselves against UNAMID, not for Egyptian peoples, please understand.

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    • 10 May 2010 07:01, by silake comba

      These criminals should be pprehended and brought to justice. They are targeting the darfurian people by targeting peace-keepers

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  • 10 May 2010 09:08, by DASODIKO

    I hope those caught by so called Wali Kasha to be investigated by the UN not by Sudan Goverenemnt or both. I am still suspicious that the government of Sudan and its militias are involved. I don’t know what Mubarak told Bashir to revenge like this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • 10 May 2010 10:38, by Amokdu

      Lairs, those who killed Egyptians for sure were islamic regime millitias jenjaweed. Are those fucking keepers come to Drafur to protect the people or to be protected?!!!. Fukin Egypt must move out from Halib or they will face the killings in Darfur.

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      • 11 May 2010 01:42, by Loto bgo

        This’s bullshit. talking about only two Egyptian were kill.first of all,the so call Egyptian are in sudan ain’t for protaction, These crazy people are their for different aim. How many Egyptian killed sudanese in Egypt, and they still proceding doing it.

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        • 11 May 2010 15:47, by Abyei

          Is good that u’ don’t care two Egyptians who were killed by urs soldiers coz the Egyptian leader withdraws his friendships from u’ Bashir, but remember Egyptian were the only shell for you man since you start ruling in 1989 up-to late of 2006.
          Now you wish to have that relationship again, no-way out u" ’re stuck coz the ICC court is waiting for 2011 only and you gonna be slaughter like a sheep.
          I know Mr. Ocampo need alkhadas and corrupted people specially in northern-Sudan including the Southerners who are deceive by Mr. Hyena Omar Bashir to cover his crime not to be known by world wide.

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