Darfur meeting ends without concrete action

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  • Monday, 25 Jun 2007

PARIS (Reuters) - An international meeting on Darfur ended on Monday with promises to support peacekeeping efforts and a political process to stop the violence in western Sudan, but with few concrete steps. 

The nations at the conference, which included major aid donors, the Group of Eight industrialised nations and Sudan's ally China, offered few details of exactly how they hoped to end a conflict that has dragged on for more than four years. 

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