BY SHASHANK BENGALI
KASSAB, Sudan - Don't ask Ibrahim Rahma about the peace agreement for Darfur. Where he sits, in this camp where thousands displaced by the war in western Sudan now live in tumbledown wooden shacks, there is no peace.
Here, the 38-year-old sheik said, stick-legged children still subsist on rationed food, and the water wells often run dry. Armed men still terrorize people. Two nights earlier, gunshots rang out in the nearby hills.
''You cannot just say there is peace. You have to see it,'' said Rahma, seated under a billowing gum tree surrounded by two dozen other weary-faced sheiks. Read more >>>