Sunday, May 21, 2006

Chadians flee raids as Darfur violence spreads

Now comes the crises:
With more than 200,000 refugees from the conflict-torn Darfur region of Sudan already sheltered in U.N. camps in desolate eastern Chad, the rising tide of displaced Chadians is stretching resources.

"They are coming in approximately two trucks of 50 persons per truck a day," [continue reading]
The UN has fled Darfur, because it is too dangerous. If this continues, I will have to inquire as to where is our 85% of all aid monies going? I will also have to ask why we cannot go in and help these poor people. If necessary, get rid of all the war criminals! Hey, that would be a good start, eh?

Category: Chad, Sudan and UN.