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    Hospital Bombing Rattles Sudan Relief Workersi
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    May 08, 2014 4:15 PM
    Relief workers and human rights advocates are criticizing Sudan's military for allegedly targeting the only functioning hospital in the war-torn Nuba Mountains region. Witnesses say government war planes carried out a two-day bombing campaign at the site this month, in an apparent bid to drive international relief workers away. VOA's Pam Dockins has the story.

    Hospital Bombing Rattles Sudan Relief Workers

    Published May 08, 2014

    Relief workers and human rights advocates are criticizing Sudan's military for allegedly targeting the only functioning hospital in the war-torn Nuba Mountains region. Witnesses say government war planes carried out a two-day bombing campaign at the site this month, in an apparent bid to drive international relief workers away. VOA's Pam Dockins has the story.


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