Stuck in Darfur

Herlinger, Chris
February 2005
Christian Century;2/8/2005, Vol. 122 Issue 3, p10
Presents an article about the effects of the war between the rebels and government in Khartoum, Sudan on the residents of Nyala in southern Darfur in February 2005. Trauma caused by the conflict to the people; Efforts of international humanitarian groups to provide the needs of the citizens; Threats posed by the war to the security and safety of the region.


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