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The UN Human Rights Council is set to discuss the human rights situation in Sudan as part of its 24th session being held in Geneva, 9-27th September 2013. Civil society organisations are campaigning to ensure that there is a strong response to the serious and widespread violations of international human rights and humanitarian law happening in Sudan.
What is happening in Sudan?
In Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile, the evidence indicates that the Government of Sudan forces have carried out indiscriminate aerial bombardment and shelling in civilian areas in grave violation of international humanitarian law. Civilian popula
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