Open letter to all members of the Security Council
In this open letter, Amnesty International urges the Security Council to use this month's debate as an occasion to act decisively against the ongoing breaches of international human rights and humanitarian law that are being committed by all parties. In view of the deteriorating situation, the organization reiterates its call on the Council to impose a mandatory arms embargo on the Sudanese government. Attacks on civilians by Janjawid nomad militias supported by the Sudanese government have resumed, some of which have been supported by government armed forces and aircraft.
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