The European Union has urged the Sudanese authorities and rebel movements to protect civilians, after an outbreak of violence in the Darfur region left more than 168 people dead. The BBC reports that on Monday, fighting spread from a town near Geneina – the capital of West Darfur. The EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, has now called for plans to set up a joint military force with rebels who signed a peace deal.
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