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Amnesty International report Sudan, Darfur Conflict

No of names: 127
Sudan Government vs Militias
Darfur Conflict in Sudan

Organisation: Amnesty International
Org. type: Human Rights Organisation
This report was published by Amnesty International on February 3 2004, after a visit by Amnesty International delegates to a refugee camp in Chad: In November 2003, Amnesty International delegates travelled to eastern Chad to meet the Sudanese victims of the Darfur conflict who had sought refuge across the border. This document contains some of the findings of Amnesty International’s mission to Chad as well as information collected over the pas few months on the conflict. It describes the grave abuses of international human rights and humanitarian law which have been committed against civilians with impunity throughout 2003, by government forces and government-aligned militias in Darfur and the failure of the Sudanese government in protecting the lives of its own civilians. ... This report makes recommendations which can improve the situation in Darfur and spare further unlawful killings of civilians.

The report names around 130 killed civilians.
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