U.N. Chief to Question Sudan on Dams' Impact

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon travels to Sudan Monday. In addition to issues concerning Darfur, he's expected to raise questions about the status of tens of thousands of Sudanese who have been displaced by construction of two hydroelectric dams on the Nile River. U.N. official Miloon Kothari discusses the issues with Debbie Elliott.



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