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Broken region of Darfur facing ‘inevitable’ famine

Once, this was the season when Khartoma Ibrahim prayed for the rains to come. She was a farmer then, before the troubles here in Darfur changed everything, even her prayers. The rains should come any day now, but this year Ibrahim, 35, has no fields to plant. She, her husband and their six children languish in a refugee camp whose 20,000 residents survive almost entirely on international food aid – aid that will be difficult to deliver once the seasonal rains turn West Darfur’s dirt roads into quagmires. Full Story

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