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Amnesty International: Evidence of ongoing attacks in Sudan

Amnesty International in its report has shown that Sudanese government forces are still committing war crimes and serious human rights violations in Darfur. Amnesty International says in its report that recent attacks against the citizens in Darfur mainly go unreported.
According to the UN, about 2 million people remain displaced by violence in Darfur. Satellite evidence and various testimonies confirm that government and associated militias damaged around 45 villages in Jebel Marra from July 2018 till February this year.

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Amnesty report also said that there have been unlawful killings, sexual violence, looting incidents and forced displacements at the hands of security forces. Hundreds of thousands have died from direct-violence and conflict-related disease and starvation during the conflict in Darfur.

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