Stone age returns as Khartoum starves the Nuba

From Global development | The Guardian Thu Dec 20 2012, 05:22:04

Peter Moszynski visited the Nuba mountains in 1998 to report on the local people's suffering during Sudan's civil war. 14 years on, the area is once more under attack

Peter Moszynski

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