Jan Egeland

UN Undersecretary General for Humanitarian Affairs

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In  his UN speech  today, President Bush said the people of Darfur--the province in western Sudan--have suffered "unspeakable violence."

Can America Impact the Humanitarian Crisis in Darfur?

In his UN speech today, President Bush said the people of Darfur--the province in western Sudan--have suffered "unspeakable violence."

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