Sudan forces 'attacking refugees'
Refugees fleeing fighting in Sudan say government forces are attacking them to get information on rebels. Some of the 25,000 refugees who fled the conflict two weeks ago told the BBC that militiamen and government forces drove them from their homes. About 600,000 people have fled from Darfur, western Sudan into Chad during a year of intense fighting. Rebels accuse the Arab-dominated government of ignoring the black African inhabitants of Darfur. The BBC’s Grant Ferrett in Chad’s capital Ndjamena says the testimonies flatly contradict the Sudanese government announcement earlier this month that peace and security had been restored after a year of fighting. Full Story