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In this photo released by the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), a woman receives sugar Aug. 27, 2012, from the World Food Program in a Kassab camp for Internally Displaced Persons. Civilians are beginning to return to their camps for the internally displaced following several weeks of unrest that began with the killing of a local official and his driver by a group of armed men. (Associated Press/UNAMID)
Photo by: Albert Gonzalez Farran
In this photo released by the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), a woman receives sugar Aug. 27, 2012, from the World Food Program in a Kassab camp for Internally Displaced Persons. Civilians are beginning to return to their camps for the internally displaced following several weeks of unrest that began with the killing of a local official and his driver by a group of armed men. (Associated Press/UNAMID)

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