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Defections in Darfur?

Cracks are beginning to appear in the ranks of Darfur's feared Janjaweed militia — at least that's according to leaders of the rebel forces fighting against the...

Will Sanctions End the Darfur Killing?

President George Bush's announcement of sanctions against Sudan in an effort to end the bloodshed in Darfur reflects the sustained U.S. effort to end a conflict...

U.N. Darfur Force Aims for Cease-Fire

Anyone wondering whether the world's largest peacekeeping force will be enough to end the conflict in Darfur already have their answer — from the people who...

Is Darfur Crossing Borders?

Africa's wars have a terrible habit of spilling across borders. To diplomats in Sudan, it seemed only a matter of time before the brutal three-year-old...

Darfur: The Front Lines of Genocide

After three years in which tens of thousands have died and 2.5 million have been displaced, the war in Darfur is growing ever more brutal. Most of the killing...

Awaiting Darfur Peace in Paris

Through the windows of a Paris cafe on the Right Bank, the lunchtime crowd chatting over red wine and espressos can see water gushing from stone sphinxes under a...

Sudan's President Could Be Indicted over Darfur

If the prognosticators are correct, the International Criminal Court (ICC) will issue its first arrest warrant for a sitting head of state on Wednesday...

How to Save Darfur

Genocide comes at inconvenient times. In 1994, the Clinton Administration was reeling from Somalia--a country it had fled after the deaths of 18 U.S. troops. So...

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Darfur Descends Into Chaos

Violence splinters western Sudan, leaving rebels and refugees displaced and disconnected. Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev for TIME

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