SUDAN'S WORD, U.N. WILL TO ACT IN DOUBT
By Tina Susman
NYALA, Sudan - The tattered tents stretch as far as the eye can see on the edge of town. The narrow paths are filled with weary-looking people, bleating goats and whining donkeys hauling rickety wooden carts, a vision almost medieval in its wretchedness.
If a peace accord signed earlier this month is successful, this squalid city, actually a camp for people displaced by Darfur's civil war, will disappear and its 95,000-plus inhabitants will return to their abandoned farms. Read more >>>