In Darfur, the bleeding hasn't stopped for five catastrophic years. In neighbouring Chad, thousands are fleeing in terror as the war spills over the border. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, rape has reached unheard of proportions, destroying the lives of thousands of women.

When the United Nations passed a resolution to protect vulnerable people from attack, many expected action. But three years on, they are demanding to know why the international community is still on the sidelines as innocents die.

"In the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, you see not just sexual violence, but the most unspeakable, vicious physical attacks that...

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