Africans Fleeing Genocide in Sudan Take Refuge in Egypt

The Village Voice | September 15, 2004
Thousands of African refugees propelled by wars, economic misery, and politics have resettled in Cairo, a teeming metropolis with room for no more. Desperate conditions there have led to unrest.

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