Forgotten by the World, the Conflict in Darfur Rages On

A Rwandan officer with UNAMID participates in a road trip exercise, North Darfur, June 27, 2010 (U.N. photo by Albert González Farran).
A Rwandan officer with UNAMID participates in a road trip exercise, North Darfur, June 27, 2010 (U.N. photo by Albert González Farran).
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