EL FASHER  - Security is necessary for development in Sudan’s Darfur, EU envoys said, as a peacekeeper’s death near a flashpoint North Darfur village emphasised concerns over recent unrest. “We are concerned about the recent deterioration in security in some parts of Darfur,” said Tomas Ulicny, the EU ambassador leading a two-day visit by other diplomats to the state. As the two sides held talks, over trays of dates and peanuts, a peacekeeper died and three were wounded when they came under fire on their way to the Hashaba area, where the US says more than 70 civilians died in September from fighting and aerial bombardments between rebels and Sudanese government forces.