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Darfur in flames : atrocities in western Sudan.

Author: Leslie Lefkow; Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Publisher: New York : Human Rights Watch, [2004]
Series: Human Rights Watch., A ;, vol. 16, no. 5
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Recommendations -- Background: Historical patterns of conflict -- Conflict in 2003: widening the divide -- The Chadian connection -- Khartoum responds in force. -- Abuses in Darfur by government forces. Patterns of government attacks in Darfur: a policy of forced displacement -- Bombing of civilians in North Darfur -- Repeated raids in West and South Darfur -- The Janjaweed militia and links to the government of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Lefkow, Leslie.
Darfur in flames.
New York : Human Rights Watch, [2004]
(OCoLC)607408995
Online version:
Lefkow, Leslie.
Darfur in flames.
New York : Human Rights Watch, [2004]
(OCoLC)607811627
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie Lefkow; Human Rights Watch (Organization)
OCLC Number: 54936476
Notes: "April 2004."
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"Written by Leslie Lefkow"--P. 48.
Description: 49 p. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Human Rights Watch., A ;, vol. 16, no. 5
Other Titles: Sudan, Darfur in flames
Atrocities in western Sudan
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Recommendations -- Background: Historical patterns of conflict -- Conflict in 2003: widening the divide -- The Chadian connection -- Khartoum responds in force. -- Abuses in Darfur by government forces. Patterns of government attacks in Darfur: a policy of forced displacement -- Bombing of civilians in North Darfur -- Repeated raids in West and South Darfur -- The Janjaweed militia and links to the government of Sudan -- Government responses to militia attacks. -- Abuses by government-allied militias: Killings of civilians -- Rape and other forms of sexual violence --Abductions of children and adults -- Looting of civilian property and related violence -- Deliberate destruction of homes, water sources, and other essential civilian property. -- Denial of access to humanitarian assistance in Darfur -- Fleeing Darfur: another trauma -- Obstruction of refugee flight and restrictions on civilian movement. -- Abuses in Darfur by rebel forces -- The spillover in Chad: Attacks on refugees and Chadians -- Rising ethnic tensions in Chad. -- Humanitarian implications of the conflict -- Responses to the Darfur conflict: Response of the government of Sudan --Response of the government of Chad -- International responses. -- Methodology -- Acknowledgements.

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