Reports Suggest Acts of Genocide in Sudan

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Stories from Sudanese refugees in neighboring Chad describe attacks on villages, rapes and murders by a government-backed Arab militia in western Sudan. The Holocaust Museum's Committee on Conscience warns the ethnically based violence represents a grave threat of genocide. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Jerry Fowler of the Holocaust Museum.

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