UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- The Sudanese government is expected to bring those responsible for the death of peacekeepers in Darfur to justice, the United Nations said.
One peacekeeper was killed and two others were injured when a unit with the hybrid U.N.-African Union mission was attacked in Sudan's Darfur region.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a statement issued through his spokesman, "expects the government of Sudan will swiftly bring those responsible for this reprehensible act to justice."
Three members of the AU-U.N. operation in Darfur were killed at the Zam Zam Camp for the internally displaced in an overnight ambush in early October.
The Sudanese government and members of the rebel Liberation and Justice Movement signed the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur in July, though violence continues.
The International Criminal Court in 2009 issued its first arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Bashir on five counts of crimes against humanity and two counts of war crimes. A second 2010 warrant added three additional counts of genocide related to crimes in Darfur.
More than 30 peacekeepers have been killed in the region since the mandate came into force in 2008.