U.N. Official Denounces Killing Of Two Health Workers In Darfur, Sudan

“Two Sudanese health ministry workers helping to vaccinate children in the Darfur region have been killed, the United Nations said on Friday, condemning their deaths,” Agence France-Presse reports. “The victims, a vaccinator and a driver, were part of a team inoculating vulnerable children against measles in West Darfur state, Ali Al-Za’tari, the U.N.’s chief in Sudan, said in a statement,” the news agency writes (11/29). “I call on all parties to ensure the protection of all personnel working to deliver assistance to populations in need throughout Sudan,” he said, according to the U.N. News Centre (11/29).

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