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Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees

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Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees

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Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees

Crisis Continues for Sudan's African Refugees

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African refugees see little relief as the humanitarian crisis continues in Sudan's western Darfur region. International agencies say hundreds of thousands of people in the region could die of starvation or disease if marauding Arab militias are not stopped. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Samantha Power, author of the book, A Problem from Hell: America in the Age of Genocide.

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