Violence, Disease Continue to Terrorize Sudanese Renee Montagne talks to an American military advisor who's just returned from a 13-month mission to Sudan. Brian Steidle, a former Marine captain, spent six months in the country's Darfur region and reports back on the situation there -- and what the international community must do to stop the atrocities.
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Violence, Disease Continue to Terrorize Sudanese

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Violence, Disease Continue to Terrorize Sudanese

Violence, Disease Continue to Terrorize Sudanese

Violence, Disease Continue to Terrorize Sudanese

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Renee Montagne talks to an American military advisor who's just returned from a 13-month mission to Sudan. Brian Steidle, a former Marine captain, spent six months in the country's Darfur region and reports back on the situation there — and what the international community must do to stop the atrocities.