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Sudan / Darfur Crisis (Part I) #791444

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 2005
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(Studio: Terry Moran) U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan†† shown visiting Sudan; statistics on the deaths & displacement in the Darfur region cited.

(Darfur: Jonathan Karl) The evidence from an American photographer, Brian Steidle††, of the genocide in Sudan presented; photos shown, including burning villages & the dead. [STEIDLE - recounts the wounds he saw, villages being destroyed & the government gunship attacks on the villages.] [International Crisis Group John PRENDERGAST†- says the evidence will lead to indictments.] [Interior minister of Sudan Abdul Rahim Muhammad HUSSEIN†- offers denial.]

Moran, Terry;
Karl, Jonathan

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