Sudan: We can't endure any more: The impact of inter-communal violence on civilians in Central Darfur
Eleven years since the start of the conflict in Darfur, civilians continue to bear the brunt of human rights abuses by government forces, pro-government militias and armed groups. This report focuses on the impact of inter-communal violence on civilians living in Central Darfur during the fighting between the Misseriya and the Salamat, two Arab tribes, and assesses their situation after they fled to Chad. Amnesty International found that civilians in Central Darfur were deliberately targeted and subjected to unlawful killings, sexual violence, shootings and lootings.
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