Long-Standing Tensions Fuel Darfur Conflict For decades, the black African farmers of western Sudan were in conflict with Arab tribesmen over grazing and farming rights. Those tensions erupted 18 months ago. The result: over 1 million displaced, tens of thousands dead, and a humanitarian crisis. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Long-Standing Tensions Fuel Darfur Conflict

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Long-Standing Tensions Fuel Darfur Conflict

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Long-Standing Tensions Fuel Darfur Conflict

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For decades, the black African farmers of western Sudan were in conflict with Arab tribesmen over grazing and farming rights. Those tensions erupted 18 months ago. The result: over 1 million displaced, tens of thousands dead, and a humanitarian crisis. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.