How Bad Is The Darfur Genocide Now?


Fighting and insecurity between Sudanese government forces and armed rebel groups have resulted in millions of civilians displaced and thousands dead. How did it start? And how will the international community intervene to secure peace in the region?

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Q&A: Sudan’s Darfur Conflict
“The Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) and Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) began attacking government targets in early 2003, accusing Khartoum of oppressing black Africans in favour of Arabs.”

Human Rights Watch Report on Mass Rape In Darfur
“From research conducted remotely in November and December 2014, this report documents 27 first-hand accounts of rape, often by multiple perpetrators, and credible information about an additional 194 incidents of rape.”

Genocide In Darfur
“In June 2005, the International Criminal Court (ICC) took the first step in ending impunity in Darfur by launching investigations into human rights violations in Darfur. However, the government of Sudan refused to cooperate with the investigations.”

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