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Violence and Refugee Numbers Grow in Sudan, U.S. Official Finds

Fifty armed men rode into the Kalma refugee camp on horseback here in southern Darfur on Thursday morning, accusations flying, guns blazing, aid workers here say. The men shot one refugee dead before galloping out. A few hours later, Robert B. Zoellick, the deputy secretary of state, arrived for a visit. One of his stops was to meet with aid workers trying to tend to 80,000 nervous refugees who live in the camp, some of whom have been here two years or longer. Full Story

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