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Octavo, softbound (slick, full-color photo. illus. wrappers), 340 pp. Fine (as New). From lower cover: Images of the genocide in Darfur have shocked the Western world: Upwards of 300,000 of its inhabitants have died, and another 2.5 million have become refugees. Those affected by the violence are estimated at almost 4 million, 700,000 of whom are now beyond the reach of humanitarian assistance. These are staggering numbers, and the fractious insurgent groups involved -- Islamist Arab tribal militias against Christian black Africans and other militias made up of deserters of the Chad Army -- were and are still supported to kill, rob, and terrize by the goverments of the neighboring states of the Sudan, Chad, and Libya. These are the consequences of a decades-long war...
Title: Darfur: The Long Road to Disaster.
Categories: African History,
Publisher: Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishers, (2006).:
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