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Eric Reeves

Global justice challenged in Darfur

By Eric Reeves
August 29, 2008

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AS NEWS coverage of Darfur's horrors again ebbs, as regional rains reach their heaviest in a deadly season known as the "hunger gap," the regime in Khartoum appears to have outwaited the international community. The men who have orchestrated ethnic destruction in Darfur now believe that by threatening the massive UN humanitarian and peacekeeping presence in the region, they can ... (Full article: 717 words)

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