International aid agency “Doctors without Borders” or MSF has raised concerns that an influx of foreign troops into Darfur in Sudan may jeopardise their work and create more conflict. M-S-F fears that local forces may perceive external troops as the enemy and make it difficult for them to assist populations outside of refugee camps. The United Nations has asked Australia to send soldiers after Sudan agreed to allow foreign troops to help out the war-ravaged region.


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