Darfur split over peace talks

Many who disagree with rebel movement's opposition to talks are being targeted.

     

    Tension is rising in western Darfur where disagreements about peace talks with the Sudanese government have led to bloodshed.

    A breakaway faction of the separatist Sudan Liberation Movement is opposed to the discussions.

    That group is led by Abdul Wahid al-Nur, who is from an area known as Zalingei.

    But as Al Jazeera's Mohamed Adow reports, many who do not agree with al-Nur in Zalingei are increasingly being targeted.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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