In Pictures: Darfur Journey

by Jonah Fisher

Photo: BBC: Jonah Fisher. Just outside Nyala is Kalma, one of Darfur’s biggest camps of displaced people. Darfur Refugee Camp. Aid agencies estimate that between 100,000 and 150,000 people live here.

The BBC’s Jonah Fisher travels to western Sudan’s Darfur province to assess the current situation.
The road from Nyala, the capital of South Darfur, east to Labado, has seen intense fighting and activity from the Arab Janjaweed militia in recent months.Thousands more people have been displaced from their homes leaving villages deserted.

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