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Essay heading: Ethnic Cleansing in Sudan
 
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On the 28th of April the World Food Programme (WFP) led a high-level mission to Sudan to gather first-hand information on the humanitarian situation. The outcomes of this mission will not be known for a period of time but it is reported on the 17th of May "a WFP hired truck driver was robbed, beaten and subsequently hospitalized" (UN estimates?, 2004, para...
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The outcomes of this mission will not be known for a period of time but it is reported on the 17th of May "a WFP hired truck driver was robbed, beaten and subsequently hospitalized" (UN estimates?, 2004, para. 6) and "internally displaced persons (IDPs) who accept food aid (from WFP) were subject to Janjaweed militia predatory attacks"...
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