Sudan Refugees Afraid to Return Home

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The Sudanese government has pledged to disarm Arab militias and end an exodus of black Africans. But refugees in neighboring Chad say they are relucant to return to Sudan's Darfur region. They believe President Umar Bashir wants Sudan to be a purely Arab nation. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.



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