Vote Delayed on Darfur War Crimes Sparring between the United States and France delays a vote on a resolution to send war criminals from Sudan's Darfur region to the International Criminal Court. As diplomats argue, violence persists in Darfur.
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Vote Delayed on Darfur War Crimes

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Vote Delayed on Darfur War Crimes

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Sparring between the United States and France delays a vote on a resolution to send war criminals from Sudan's Darfur region to the International Criminal Court. As diplomats argue, violence persists in Darfur.