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Rebel Attacks Raise Tensions in Darfur

The wobbly bus chugged up through the hills, bound for Fadel Sesese Mohamed’s village. He was feeling tired but optimistic after a long journey from Libya, where the 72-year-old tribal leader had participated in a peace conference last month aimed at ending Sudan’s civil conflict. The bus suddenly stopped, and a group of men armed with AK-47 rifles leaped on board, Mohamed recounted last week. They poked at the luggage and asked if any passengers had military ID cards. They pulled a group of men off the bus, punching one over and over and shouting, “Are you a soldier?”Full Story

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