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Poisonous Air In Sudan: Government Reportedly Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians Of Darfur Region

A 103-page report by Amnesty International accusing the Sudanese government of using chemical weapons repeatedly on its civilians in remote areas that are inaccessible and a part of Darfur has gained international recognition due to the chilling details it includes. The report shares that there have been at least 30 chemical attacks that have hit... Read more » Poisonous Air In Sudan: Gov
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