Sudanese Atrocities Threaten Peace Deal

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The Bush administration and the world watch warily as the Sudanese government wages what some call an ethnic cleansing campaign in western Sudan. Critics say the Bush administration has long overlooked the atrocities because it didn't want to scuttle the peace process between rebels in the south and the government in the north. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.



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