Chadian Arabs find refuge in Darfur

A recent influx of Chadian Arabs reflects the conflict’s spread over the border, where similar clashes based on ethnic differences are now destabilizing eastern Chad. Over the past year, nearly 50,000 Chadian refugees have sought shelter in Darfur, though most of the earlier arrivals were not Arab and settled in camps.
Carolyn Cole / LAT
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