Sudan Update: Darfur Ethnic Conflict Continues

Jan Egeland, emergency relief coordinator for the United Nations, talks about his visit to the war-ravaged African nation of Sudan. Egeland is monitoring two situations: in southern Sudan, a peace agreement earlier this year ended a 21-year-old civil war, but in Darfur, Arab militias have been attacking black African villagers in a long-standing ethnic conflict.

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