A Long Day under the Sun

Yesterday, ambassadors and representatives of the UN Security Council countries visited UNAMID. Heavy security, close protection, kevlar vests, armored cars and a lot of sun and sand. Waiting for the VIPs to arrive, I suddenly realized all that just became part of a routine. It’s still fun, challenging and exciting but it’s just normal. Just another long day under the sun in Darfur.

07 December 2010: UNAMID soldiers from Rwanda provide security to a convoy during the visit of ambassadors and representatives of the UN Security Council countries to Shangil Tobaya, North Darfur, Sudan. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].

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