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Bombs rain down on Darfur villages

ON the day Sudan was telling the United Nations security council this month in New York that it was committed to the search for “lasting peace”, the village of Tabre in north Darfur was under attack. “Government planes flew over our village dropping bombs,” Hosna Abdurahman said, her blue-patterned shawl flapping around her teenage face. “Everyone ran to save their lives.” The Sudanese government wants the world to believe it is moving to solve Darfur’s conflict. It has rejected the hoped-for presence of UN troops and praised the work of African Union peacekeepers. Full Story

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