Darfur refugees caught in conflict

Refugees in Zam Zam in northern Darfur say they feel trapped between rebels and Sudanese army.

     

    Clashes between the Sudanese Liberation Army, Darfur's largest rebel group, and Khartoum's military have escalated over the last two weeks.

    It came as Sudan's government accused the SLA of breaching a peace deal by providing support to southern Sudan.

    Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Zam Zam, the largest refugee camp in northern Darfur - where many say they feel trapped between rebel forces and the Sudanese army.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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