According to the UN, up to 300,000 people may have
died as a result of the conflict in Darfur [EPA] 
For the last four years, the Darfur issue has been making daily headlines around the world.

An international effort spearheaded by global powers and a number of NGOs managed to corner the Sudanese government.

But the series of sanctions imposed on Sudan have not been enforced. Ceasefires and arms embargoes have been agreed to but later compromised. Moves to deploy all of the hybrid UN-AU  force are still faced with a number of hurdles. Consequently violence is reportedly worsening in this region of Sudan.

As recently as last month the conflict took a totally different turn when one of the rebel groups in Darfur carried out an attack on Oumdurman, at at the doorstep of the capital, Khartoum.
 
Just where does a true solution to the Darfur crisis lie?
 
A special Inside Story from Khartoum, with presenter Imran Garda, discusses.

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This episode of Inside Story aired on Sunday, June 15, 2008 at 17:30 GMT


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