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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report by UN regional information network IRIN on 15 June
Nairobi, 15 June: The International Criminal Court's [ICC] chief prosecutor told the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday [14 June] that his office had gathered significant evidence of "large-scale" atrocities committed in Darfur.
Although investigations had been hampered by ongoing insecurity in the volatile western Sudanese region, the ICC had been able to document thousands of alleged direct killings of civilians and would prosecute a sequence of cases involving possible war crimes. "The available information indicates that these killings include a significant number of large-scale massacres, with hundreds of victims in …