http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/7165443.stm This appears to be another case of too little too late. Not only that but the international community are once again dragging their feet on committing troops. Some countries like the US, UK, and Canada are already over committed - but what about the rest of the world - where are they? Or are they hoping that the African Union can muster up a force that will save them the trouble? Remember Rwanda? Also remember how well the UN (African troops - Nigerian I believe) did in Sierra Leone, where some of the UN soldiers committed worse atrocities than the Rebels? I wonder how many more people will have to die in Darfur before the rest of the world is finally guilted into action.