Africa: Darfur and South Sudan: Fleeing

Fatima Abdul Kareem, 65, right, lies beside Kaltoom Nasradeem, 60, shortly after they were picked up by African Union representatives, weak and injured on the side of the road, during an AU investigation of an attack three days prior on Tama village by Janjaweed soldiers in South Darfur, Sudan, October 26th, 2005. More than two years after Darfur's civil war began between Africans and  Arab Janjaweed, backed up by the government, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, and almost a million have been displaced by ongoing attacks.
Fleeing, Between Tama and Uma Kasara villages

Fatima Abdul Kareem, 65, right, lies beside Kaltoom Nasradeem, 60, shortly after they were picked up by African Union representatives, weak and injured on the side of the road, during an AU investigation of an attack three days prior on Tama village by Janjaweed soldiers in South Darfur, Sudan, October 26th, 2005. More than two years after Darfur's civil war began between Africans and Arab Janjaweed, backed up by the government, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, and almost a million have been displaced by ongoing attacks.