Sudan war crimes: ICC opens probe on violence in Darfur region

Officials of the International Criminal Court are visiting a town on Chad’s eastern border with Sudan, to document allegations of abuse. More than 600,000 Sudanese refugees have crossed into Chad from Darfur, since violence broke out there seven months ago. Victims and survivors say rape, torture and enforced disappearances have been carried out.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Adre in eastern Chad.

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