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Sudan: Darfur refugees appeal to UN

Displaced people in the troubled Sudanese region of Darfur have written to the United Nations, calling on officials to prevent further delays in peace talks between government and rebel forces, writes aid-worker Sleepless in Sudan.

  • irfan ali

    hello sir,
    in our street a devorce woman is leaving.she has 3 children.
    her husband was died in afghan war one year ago. she is very poor and she has nothing i request to u all that ask her in canada.i saw many dwvorve women had gone to canada by the un. she is in pakistan.and in the Quetta city. thank u all. i hope that your company will never forget her and all the devorce women in Quetta pakistan.
    thank u all

  • http://www.yahoo.com goban gergo

    Darfur refugee crisis is gravly concern UN, but it is not more than ethiopian refugee crisis at the east of sudan , refugees bak to slavery life, how many is kiled, lost what is kappend to them no one is yet take responsiblity . atleast AMINSTY international is concernd to expose this human discrmination

  • http://yahoo.com lebo

    ethiopians repressed ,milliontime appeal to international communities did not do any thing . meles Zenaw 4 times furadantly back to power, the citizen lost their identity, the refugee are soild in sudan.

    If you are happy with such human crisis, mo medd to help and you can by the refugees only 300 dollar

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