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History, 02.12.2019 19:23 NREYESLDS2806

Why did the united nations declare that the atrocities in darfur were not
genocide?
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a. because the sudanese government focused on rebels in general,
not a specific ethnic group.
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b. because the type of human rights violations that occurred were
not listed in the un's definition of genocide.
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c. because the number of casualties didn't add up to the required
number to be considered genocide.
d. because the sudanese government focused on people of only one
ethnic group.
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