Full text: MSF's Report on Sexual Violence in Sudan
BBC Africa analyst Martin Plaut says the charges are part of a drive by Sudan to end western criticism. Fat chance. They ain't seen nothing yet. Message to Khartoum: hassle, intimidate, beat and arrest international aid workers and news correspondents - especially British nationals and BBC reporters - at your peril, you savage flea brain camel face morons.
Photo: A Sudanese boy walks with his supply of food at a feeding centre run by medical organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres in the village of Paliang, about 160 km northwest of the southern town of Rumbek, May 25, 2005. Sudan arrested a second aid worker over a report on rape in Darfur and is also holding a man who translated for Kofi Annan when the U.N. chief met rape victims in the region, U.N. and aid officials said on May 31 2005. News of the arrests came a day after the authorities detained a senior official from international aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Sudan, whose remote region of Darfur has been plagued by more than two years of bloodshed. Photo by Antony Njuguna/Reuters REUTERS/Antony Njuguna.
P.S. Take a look at some (warning: graphic) pictures of mans handiwork: Congo Watch: UN reports atrocities in Congo. Congo death toll nearing 4m
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