Sudan: 1.2 million internally displaced people at risk in Darfur
This report considers the conditions in which internally displaced persons have to live following destruction of their villages. Forced returns and humanitarian access are also considered. The report contains interviews with victims who have fled Darfur which illustrate the poor humanitarian conditions and tell of rape, destruction, flight and killing.
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