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In pictures: Darfur's new evictees
A woman tries to build a shelter. Many people say they left possessions and even family members at the old camp
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Residents from El Geer camp in southern Darfur were forcibly moved from their shelters on Tuesday.
A family sits under a makeshift shelter in El Suareif El Bar
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They are now outside Nyala - where they are desperately trying to seek shelter from the burning sun.
Men from El Geer camp gather in the new settlement at El Suareif El Bar
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Elders fear this is a renewed attempt by the army to force people from their villages - the conflict has already displaced 1.6 million people.
A woman gives her child water in a shelter in the new camp
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Families were given rations on arrival at the new camp but water is a problem, especially as people's pots were broken in the raid.
A mother and baby wait for food in Darfur
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The conflict has already had devastating consequences for the people of Darfur; at least 70,000 people have lost their lives in the fighting.




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