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We Had No Time To Bury Them: War Crimes in Sudan's Blue Nile State


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We Had No Time To Bury Them: War Crimes in Sudan's Blue Nile State

When war broke out in Sudan's Blue Nile state in September 2011, waves of refugees numbering in the tens of thousands poured out of the southern half of the state, fleeing indiscriminate aerial bombings and deliberate ground attacks by Sudanese military forces. Now, nearly two years later, some 150,000 people from Blue Nile state languish in a string of refugee camps in neighboring Ethiopia and South Sudan, and tens of thousands more have been forcibly displaced within Sudan. And although the frequency of armed clashes between Sudanese government and rebel forces has diminished, violence against civilians continues.


ByAmnesty International, USA.


Humanitarian Intervention Policy Resource.