Surviving Darfur: African Refugee Life

National Geographic News Photograph: Sudanese Refugee Boy in Chad, Africa
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Faricosti, Sudan, December 8, 2004

Ashes and broken pots are all that remain of Faricosti, a village in the Darfur region where 20 families once lived. The Janjaweed militias attacked and burned the settlement on November 10, 2004. Burning villages is part of a systematic effort to prevent displaced Darfurians from going home.

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—Photograph by Hilhne Caux
 
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