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Who are the Janjaweed, the Militia Behind Sudan's Army Crackdown?

With the streets of Khartoum being roamed by such a militia, known to have signed up criminals, convicts and prisoners, it is heartbreaking to imagine how much damage they have caused. The wounds can take decades to heal.

Who are the Janjaweed, the Militia Behind Sudan's Army Crackdown?
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