Displaced people living in the camps around Zalingei met on Wednesday with the UN Panel of Experts on arms control and the enforcement of the arms embargo in Darfur. A leader of the camp said that they discussed with the panel how to train and enable the displaced to form a team to collect evidence about human rights abuses. The refugee team will coordinate with the UN experts during later visits of the panel. The camp leader told Radio Dabanga that they provided a report to the committee that the government is still fighting them with weapons coming from China and Russia, despite the ban, and attacked them in the camps. The UN Panel of Experts was established by the UN Security Council in 2005 to help monitor the ban on arms imports to the Darfur region of Sudan. In its annual reports on arms flows, the panel has described flagrant violations of the ban by all parties to the conflict.