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People in east Sudan eke out life on trickle of aid

Barefoot men in grubby white tunics, with wild eyes and unkempt hair, gather round a hole in a dried-up riverbed, lowering skins and dirty plastic buckets by rope in search of water far below. The Beja people live a virtually medieval existence among desert plains and stony mountains in remote and rebel-controlled eastern Sudan. Lack of development in their region is one of the main grievances that spur the Beja rebels who have controlled this small area on the Eritrean border since early 1997.Full Story

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