PHOTO STORY: Joint UN-AU peacekeeping mission ends in Darfur

UNAMID troops from Tanzania, deployed in Khor Abeche, South Darfur, conduct a routine patrol in Karbab village.
UNAMID/Albert González Farran
UNAMID troops from Tanzania, deployed in Khor Abeche, South Darfur, conduct a routine patrol in Karbab village.
UNAMID conducts an exercise across North and West Darfur in June 2010.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
A UNAMID peacekeeper from Nigeria interacts with women and children at the mission's base in Labado, East Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UNAMID peacekeepers patrol at night in a camp in Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UNAMID peacekeepers provide security at a water borehole in Nyala, South Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UNAMID delivers school supplies to a camp for displaced people in West Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
A Pakistani peacekeeper provides medical care to a woman at the Khor Omer camp for displaced people in East Darfur.
UNAMID/Abdulrasheed Yakubu
A sand storm, known locally as a haboob, builds up over a UN compound in northern Darfur in Sudan.
UNAMID/Adrian Dragnea
A memorial service is held in Nyala, Darfur in July 2013 for seven fallen Tanzanian UNAMID peacekeepers.
UNAMID/Saidi Msonda
A UNAMID peacekeeper patrols in the vicinity of the towns of Saraf Omra and Kabkabn in  North Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran