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Sudan / Darfur #859792

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 29, 2007
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The rally in Rome, Italy, over the four-year conflict in the Darfur region of Sudan shown.

(Darfur: Allen Pizzey) The scale of the humanitarian disaster in Sudan featured; scenes shown from the Abu Shouk refugee camp in north Darfur; details given about the splintering of militia groups into fighting factions with the camps acting as recruiting grounds and about the prospects for a U.N. force. [World Food Program Chris CZERWINSKI†- notes the bombing by the Sudanese air force.] [U.N. mission in Sudan spokeswoman Radhia ACHOUN†- expresses pessimism about the Darfur situation.]

Mason, Anthony;
Pizzey, Allen

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