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New killings revive old fears in Darfur village

By AFP
09 February 2021   |   9:00 am
Hundreds of refugees have trickled back to their remote village in South Darfur nearly a decade after fleeing war there. Now, they think they rushed the decision following attacks by local nomads.

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