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Vol 47 No 22

Published 3rd November 2006


Chad

Wars across borders

Khartoum is exporting its Darfur holocaust to Chad and sparking regional fires

The war now involves not only Chadian and Sudanese rebels and the two states' armies but is also drawing in Chadian civilians, communities who are arming and organising themselves as they come under attack. The Sudan government's offensive has diminished in intensity in North Darfur but very recently Janjaweed attacks have intensified in parts of West Darfur, where most of the slaughter of civilians now occurs, and in parts of South Darfur as well.

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