Human Security in Darfur, Year’s End 2012: North Darfur
An assessment of the most violent region of Darfur since July 2012 (Part 3 of 3), including the grim first weeks of 2013
Eric Reeves, 17 January 2013
In an interview with Radio France (January 14, 2013), former U.S. special envoy for Sudan Princeton Lyman declared himself worried about an "uptick" in violence in Darfur. "Uptick" is such a preposterous understatement as to amount to a dismissal, given present extraordinary increases (...)
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