A civil war that began in South Sudan as a small scale conflict over some land and water, has turned out to be one of the most savage contemporary wars.
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DURATION: 60 min.
Since 2003 Arab paramilitaries known as ‘Janjaweed', along with the Sudanese army, have been regularly conducting raids against revolted African tribes in the Darfur province, in the west part of Sudan. So far more than 2.2 million people have been dislocated from their villages and have become refugees and more than 300.000 people have been murdered. Yorgos Avgeropoulos records - in some cases ‘legally', in others ‘illegally'- death and persecution in the context of a relentless civil war. A war that began in the form of a small scale conflict over some land and water, as a consequence of climate change. ‘Aided' by the country's dictator, President Bashir, it has turned out to be one of the most savage of today's wars; a tragedy that, while unfolding right before the eyes of the international community, seems to be well hidden behind the desert dust...
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