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🇸🇸 Refugees from Darfur region heading back home from Chad | Al Jazeera English



About 15 years after being forced to flee the conflict in Darfur, some 300,000 Sudanese refugees are returning home.
While the Sudanese government says they’re coming back because security has improved, aid agencies blame food shortage in Chad’s refugee camps.

Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan talks to some of the returning refugees in Geneina in West Darfur.

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3 comments

  1. As a Chadian I always consider Sudanese are our brothers, and always welcome to Chad. Love from Chad to Sudan❤

  2. Why is there a flag of South Sudan? Sudan and South Sudan are different no one confuses North Korea with South Korea so Why Sudan?

  3. Why can't they have a lane backIs the land on the have the right to have their land back you need to vote a government out the put someone is thereTinder government is selling a land behind your back

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