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Sudan / Killing Field / Darfur (Part I) #791481

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) U.N. estimates on the numbers killed in Sudan by the militias & the number of refugees cited.

(Darfur: Jonathan Karl) A visit to the Abu Shouk refugee camp in the Darfur province in Sudan presented; scenes shown of the refugees, who told their stories of loss at the hands of the government-supported militias & their fears of going home. [Deputy Secretary of State Robert ZOELLICK†- says you gotta try to stop the violence.] [Photographer Brian STEIDLE†- says the government & the Janjaweed attack the villages & kill everything.] Photos shown. [Sudanese interior minister Abdul Rahim Muhammad HUSSEIN†- denies it happened.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Gibson, Charles;
Karl, Jonathan

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