Dinka Cattle Camp of Amak, Southern Sudan by Sebastio Salgado

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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba
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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”
Photos by Tim McKulka
view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba

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Excerpts from Foreign Policy photo essay: “From Khartoum to Juba”

Photos by Tim McKulka

view the story: http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/07/07/from_khartoum_to_juba

Photojournalist Ron Haviv was in Darfur for UNICEF to document the lives of children in the refugee camps. These three girls were only 12, but Haviv had heard of girls as young as eight being raped by the marauding Janjaweed, government troops, or gangs. At Abu Shouk, young women usually collect the firewood. “They hope that if it is the young girls they won’t be raped because of their age,” said Haviv. “Unfortunately it does happen.”

(Source: ronhaviv.com)

Nubian woman, Anglo-Egyptian, Sudan. Frank Carpenter. Library of Congress collection.