Reality of Africa – 2: Africa’s Forever Wars
Sudanese rebels with the Sudanese Liberation Army, SLA, led by Abdul Waheed, patrol the villages of Golol and Kutrum, West Darfur, Sudan on March 25, 2009. The ICRC and MSF hospitals in both villages are being run without a doctor, and limited medicine. The patients range from malnourished children, to a meningitis case to respiratory infection, to diarrhea, among other illnesses. The SLA blames the government for expelling the international organizations from their region.

Reality of Africa – 2: Africa’s Forever Wars

Why the continent's conflicts never end By Jeffrey Gettleman There is a very simple reason why some of Africa’s bloodiest, most brutal wars never seem to end: They are not…

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