Sudan's Darfur Crisis Offers Dilemma to U.N.

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Facing a United Nations deadline, Sudan has less than two weeks to prove to the Security Council that it is doing something to rein in the militia accused of ethnic cleansing in the western provinces of Darfur. U.S. officials say they see little progress — setting the stage for another debate at the United Nations over how or whether to punish Sudan. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.



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