SUDANUNITED NATIONS UN clash over Beijing bullets claim 13th April 2012 Chinese-manufactured anti-aircraft gun near the Chadian-Sudanese border. China has denied supplying arms to Sudan for use in Darfur, in breach of a UN arms embargo. Teun Voeten / Panos Image courtesy of Panos Pictures UN experts’ reports differ over Darfur arms violations A seismic diplomatic row is rumbling at United Nations headquarters in New York over the circulation of a damning report by former UN experts pointing to the supply of Chinese-made ammunition to the Sudan government for use against civilians in Darfur. The row exposes fresh divisions on Sudan at the UN Security Council and disarray in Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s office. It may also unpick Beijing’s careful diplomacy as it seeks to realign its relations between Sudan and South Sudan.