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UN Resolution 1564, Sudan

Published September 18, 2004



UN Resolution 1564, Sudan

This resolution, sponsored mainly by the US, threatened the Sudanese government with sanctions if it did not halt attacks by Arab Sudanese militias on black Sudanese villagers of the Darfur region. It also stipulated the formulation of an international panel to decide if the Darfur attacks were acts of genocide.

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