CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: Mahamat Oumar Ismael, "Go back to Darfur? Not even in my dreams"

Thursday, November 27, 2008
SAM OUANDJA Wednesday, November 26, 2008 (IRIN) - Mahamat Oumar Ismael is one of 3,000 Sudanese refugees who fled the conflict in Darfur and have lived since 2007 in camps near Sam Ouandja, in the northwest Central African Republic. Security, he told IRIN, is the absolute priority for his family and the other refugees in the camp. "On 14 May 2007, we saw planes in the sky over Dafak [a town of 50,000 people in Darfur]. They bombed the town and we had to abandon everything and flee. We left on...
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