Photo: Lynsey Addario for The New York Times
A young rebel showed off for a photographer with a weapon. “In Darfur, arms are like sticks,” said Ibrahim Hassan, one of the rebels. “They are everywhere. You just need to bend down and pick one up.” Political analysts, diplomats and even the combatants acknowledge that both Sudan and Chad are supporting and arming rebellions on each other’s soil, and the accusations issued by each capital have grown increasingly bellicose.
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