Sudanese Liberation Army, SLA, rebels are seen in Jidili, North Darfur, Sudan in February 2004. Approximately 12,000 rebels are currently fighting the Arab Militia and the Sudanese Arab government. The Khartoum government is responsible for systematic ethnic cleansing in the region, which has forced 200,000 refugees into neighbouring Chad and 2,000,000 displaced within Darfur. | Location: Jidili, North Darfur, Sudan.
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