For 18 years civil war has raged in Sudan, a country of 30 million. With at least 1 million people killed and millions more displaced, the war has created one of the greatest humanitarian disasters of our time. Yet the tragedy is largely unreported due to Sudan's huge size and the remoteness of the war zone. With the Muslim fundamentalist government's latest offensive to clear and claim the oil-rich land in the south, the suffering has reached unprecedented levels.
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