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9 de Mayo de 2008

14 muertos por bombardeo del gobierno sudanés sobre varios poblados de Darfur

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El secretario general de la ONU, Ban Ki-Moon, ha condenado al gobierno sudanés por los ataques aéreos del domingo sobre tres poblados en el norte
de Darfur que causaron la muerte de 14 civiles e hirieron a varias personas más. Bombarderos Antonov atacaron un mercado, instalaciones de agua y una escuela rural en la que se estaban dando clases. Hablamos con la cineasta, activista y escritora Jen Marlowe sobre Darfur Diaries (Diarios de Darfur), un proyecto independiente estadounidense que el año pasado ayudó a recaudar fondos para volver a poner en marcha la escuela.