THE BLOG
02/15/2007 05:45 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Photo Essay: Crisis in Sudan and Eastern Chad, Part II

See Part 1 here.

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Gathering water.

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Women of Zam Zam camp.

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Girl with traumatized baby sister. The baby has not made a sound since the day their parents were slaughtered and the village burned.

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This woman told me she was raped by 20-30 men, who put cigarettes out on her face.

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This woman showed me where she was branded when she was raped. Other women showed me where their tendons were sliced and how they must hobble now.

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Dangerous players in a very treacherous terrain.

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By 2006, SLA/MM had joined the Janjaweed in committing the same kinds of atrocities.

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Janjaweed. Literal translation = devils on horseback.

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Janjaweed.

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Terrified children running from their burning village. The people of Darfur and eastern Chad live in terror. They are traumatized.


Previously: Photo Essay: Crisis in Sudan and Eastern Chad, Part I