Sudan's "next" civil war in progress in Blue Nile
Hawa Jundi in a temporary camp where she sheltered after her village of Sally was bombed from the air. Photo/Jared Ferrie
Malawi this week refused to honor its obligation to arrest Sudan's visiting president, Omar al-Bashir, who's accused of genocide in Darfur.
In Malawi, a spokesman said it was a matter of "brotherly co-existence."
Now, as it did in Darfur, Sudan has started an aerial bombing campaign against rebels in its southern border area.
President al-Bashir denies his government is bombarding the Blue Nile State. But Dispatches contributor Jared Ferrie hears different on the ground...
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