These games want to change attitudes and make a difference in the real world. But are sims about Darfur too much of a stretch?
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Monday 31 January 2005
A special United Nations commission has decided that two years of violence in the western Sudan region of Darfur was not genocide but "crimes against humanity with ethnic dimensions", according to leaks of the report in the US.
Friday 28 January 2005
Thursday 11 November 2004
Saturday 06 November 2004
Wednesday 03 November 2004
The Sudanese government raided two refugee camps in war-torn Darfur yesterday, raising fears that the ceasefire between the government and rebel groups had ended.
Thursday 07 October 2004
Wednesday 06 October 2004
Monday 27 September 2004
Tuesday 14 September 2004
Friday 10 September 2004
Thursday 02 September 2004
In a seemingly deserted and destroyed village in Darfur, Bahid Ali Hamed, 91, steps out of the shadows and salutes. An Englishman, he explains, once told him always to salute when he saw foreigners and he is determined to observe protocol, even when barefoot and wearing a ragged, frayed tunic.
Tuesday 31 August 2004
The men of Darfur have gone. After the Janjaweed Arab militias and Sudanese military descended on these villages, teenagers, youths and grown men vanished. Many joined the rebel groups to avenge their dead relatives but others were murdered and their bodies left to carrion-eaters.
Monday 30 August 2004
Friday 27 August 2004
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