Sudan on Thursday condemned an attack on UN-led peacekeepers in Darfur, accusing rebels of orchestrating the ambush that UN officials initially blamed on suspected state-backed militias. "The government of Sudan condemns this heinous act and calls on the international community to do whatever necessary to stop such attacks on the peacekeeping forces," said foreign ministry spokesman Ali al-Sadiq. "It also calls upon the United Nations and international community to do something against the leaders of the rebel groups who mostly live in Europe," said Sadiq, reading from a statement.