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Refugees Doubt Sudan's Security Promises

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Refugees Doubt Sudan's Security Promises

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Refugees Doubt Sudan's Security Promises

Refugees Doubt Sudan's Security Promises

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The Sudanese government says its safe for refugees to return to their villages. But many people who fled their homes in Darfur say they doubt the government that helped arm the militias that destroyed their villages will now protect them. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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