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UN Resolution 1679, Sudan

Published May 16, 2006

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UN Resolution 1679, Sudan

This resolution, passed unanimously by the UN Security Council, calls for the transition of the African Union's peacekeeping forces in Darfur to one controlled by the UN.

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