Enough Project

the Web Editors 03-14-2012
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George Clooney testifies at Senate's Sudan and South Sudan: Independence and Insecurity hearing. Photo by Paul Morigi/WireImage

George Clooney has been making the morning-show rounds today, bringing to light the humanitarian crisis happening in Sudan. On a recent trip to Sudan's Nuba Mountains, Clooney witnessed rocket attacks against the Nuban people and the effects of the ongoing violence.

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In the past week, the blood-stained regime ruling Sudan has once again engaged in "open and transparent effort to overthrow a neighboring government," Chad, where for the past week Sudanese-backed rebels have been attacking towns. The attacks put at risk half a million [...]

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