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Officials: Darfur clashes kill over 200

More than 200 people have died in clashes between ethnic African farmers and nomadic Arabs in South Darfur in the past week, leading the Sudanese government to send emissaries to try to reconcile the tribes involved, officials said Saturday. The fighting was the latest outburst in a nearly four-year-long conflict that has caused more than 200,000 deaths and chased 2.5 million people from their homes in Sudan’s vast Darfur region, where nomadic tribes and farming communities have long wrangled over access to scarce water. Full Story

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