Crisis in Darfur 1. Genocidal destruction which impacts on 4.5 million people has continued for years in the Darfur region of western Sudan and involves major issues of inequality, human rights, and social injustice. The violence has escalated since the Darfur Peace Agreement was signed in 2006 with the safety of humanitarian workers being undermined so that they could withdraw their operations and leave people in the region without resources. Ethnically-based attacks include burning of villages and people, people having their homes and property taken, mass rapes, and looting. The United Nations has described the situation in Darfur crisis as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world with widespread hunger and homelessness in an area...The end:
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