March 13, 2012

Sudan Killing Machine Finds a New Victim

Josh Scheinert, Toronto Star

AP Photo

You might remember Sudan from such other atrocities as the 20-year north-south civil war that killed 2 million people, and the genocide in Darfur that killed 300,000 and displaced 2.5 million. Now, welcome to South Kordofan, a southern Sudanese province. The targets are the Nuba people. The culprit is the usual one, Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the butcher of Sudan, genocidaire par excellence.

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TAGGED: Sudan, Africa, Omar Bashir, Omar al-Bashir, Nuba

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