Dinka tribesmen and their cattle hide in acacia forests to escape attack by government forces. The Government of Sudan (GOS) dropped bombs nearby, wiping out an entire village and all of the livestock. Animals are a target because they are the last resource in times of famine.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Contained in galleries
- Sudan's Uncivil War_National Geographic Magazine 2/2003