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Proclaimed as the start, at last, of a true solution to ending the genocide in Darfur, the June 17 agreement between the United Nations Security Council and the Sudanese government permits the sending of a joint force of more than 20,000 "peacekeepers" to Darfur. But they will not arrive until next spring; and without a cease-fire agreement, the governments's janjaweed militia will keep on killing and raping, while the fighting among rebel groups also continues.
His plan to transform France is still a work in progress, but new President Nicolas Sarkozy already has revolutionized the traditionally standoffish relationship between the president and the press in France.
PARIS — French authorities raided the house of former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin yesterday in an investigation of a smear campaign against President Nicolas Sarkozy.
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LONDON - Britain's new prime minister, Gordon Brown, chose his senior circle of ministers today, picking David Miliband as foreign secretary. The youngest foreign secretary in decades, he is a rising star who voiced doubts over the Iraq war.