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U.N. rights chief says hundreds died in Darfur attack

The United Nations human rights chief said on Monday “several hundred” civilians — far more than first thought — may have died in late August attacks by militias in the south of Sudan’s violent Darfur region. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), Louise Arbour, said the attacks appeared to have been carried out with the “knowledge and material support” of the government. Full Story

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