Whatever the failings of the joint United Nations, African Union mission to Darfur, there’s no doubting the bravery or commitment of the soldiers who put their lives on the line in an increasingly fragmented and bandit-riddled land. Five Rwandans died in two attacks at the end of last week.
While the rest of the world has moved on Darfur, lives are still being lost. It’s no longer an all-out war. It hasn’t been for some years. But that doesn’t mean the suffering is finished.