Leonard Vincent

Africa Desk Officer, Reporters Without Borders

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Africa Desk Officer for Reporters Without Borders

Leonard Vincent on KCRW

In Sudan's
Darfur province, a reported 450,000 people
have been killed in the past four years and two million are now homeless
refugees.    Last week, saying that "the brutal…

The Search for Solutions in Darfur

In Sudan's Darfur province, a reported 450,000 people have been killed in the past four years and two million are now homeless refugees.   Last week, saying that "the brutal…

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