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Sudan war crimes documentary hopes to curb skepticism in the Arab world

A new Arab-language documentary produced by human rights group Aegis Trust hopes to draw Arab audiences away from the idea that claims of genocide in Darfur are merely part of a Western conspiracy against Sudan. The documentary features first-hand accounts of alleged war crimes in Darfur from a few former members of Sudan's military and security forces, all of whom have their identities obscured by face-blurring effects.
February 12, 2009

A new Arab-language documentary produced by human rights group Aegis Trust hopes to draw Arab audiences away from the idea that claims of genocide in Darfur are merely part of a Western conspiracy against Sudan. The documentary features first-hand accounts of alleged war crimes in Darfur from a few former members of Sudan’s military and security forces, all of whom have their identities obscured by face-blurring effects.

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Meagan Kashty is an associate editor of realscreen, an international print and online magazine that covers the non-fiction film and television industries. Meagan is an award-winning business journalist. Prior to joining the realscreen team, Meagan was online editor of Canadian Grocer, named Magazine of the Year at the 2015 Canadian Business Media Awards. She can be reached at mkashty@brunico.com, and you can follow her on Twitter @MegKashty

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