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Aid Workers Fear Looming Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan
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Aid Workers Fear Looming Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan

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Aid Workers Fear Looming Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan

Aid Workers Fear Looming Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan
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Hundreds of Sudanese are fleeing into Chad each day to escape the conflict between the Sudanese government and a militia that is raping and pillaging in Darfur, near Sudan's western border. Approximately 1 million people are displaced. Aid workers say refugees may soon face a major humanitarian crisis. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Dina Temple-Raston of The New York Sun.

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