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Mass Atrocity Crimes: Sudan

Atrocity crimes refer to the three legally defined international crimes of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.

Sudan

 

Darfur in the 21st Century

Books

Web Resources

 

Genocide in Darfur
From the Human Rights Council, an overview of the situation in Darfur.

World without Genocide
Covers all the basic information on the genocide in Darfur in an easy to understand format.  From the William Mitchell College of Law.

Video from Student Resources-in Context Database

Genocide in Slow Motion
Frontline/World. (2006)

 

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Frontline/World
After the genocide in Rwanda and the ethnic cleansing in Bosnia in the 1990s, the world vowed “never again.” But in the past four years, at least 200,000 people in Darfur have been killed and 2.5 million driven from their homes.

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Source Citation   (MLA 8th Edition)
"Genocide in Slow Motion." Frontline/World, 2006. Student Resources In Context, https://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CT3208600287/SUIC?

Museum/Memorial