Sudan suspicious of Darfur camp

Refugees fear eviction as military threatens action against rebels thought to be hiding in Kalma camp.


    Sudan is accusing Darfur's largest refugee camp of hiding rebel fighters.  

    The Kalma Camp is protected by UN and African Union forces, but residents fear they may be forced out as the military threatens to take action against the rebels.   

    Hoda Abdel-Hamid has been on patrol with a UNAMID convoy in Kalma.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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