The Journey to Darfur

17 August 2010: The Machine Gun Preacher, an Australian film crew, and seven Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers journeyed from Nimule, Southern Sudan, to the border of South Darfur. Conditions in the area, long rumoured to be troubled by war, were some of the worst that Sam and his team had ever seen. In one particular town, the local villagers ate mud and drink sewage to survive.
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