How many people in darfur have been displaced?
Between 200,000 and 400,000 people dead, and 2,000,000 displaced from their home.
In 2006 the UN estimated that over 400,000 people had died since the conflict began.
Yes, there's going on in Darfur right now. It started in February 2003. Since then, government-sponsored militias known as the Janjaweed have conducted a calculated campaign of slaughter, rape, starvation, and displacement in Darfur. It's estimated that 400 000 people have died due to violence, starvation and disease. More than 2.5 million people have been displaced from their homes and over 200 000 people have fled across the border to Chad. Many now live in… Read More
The genocide in Darfur has claimed 400,000 lives and displaced over 2,500,000 people. More than one hundred people continue to die each day; five thousand die every month. The Sudanese government disputes these estimates and denies any connection with the Janjaweed.
Around 2,000 people have been killed, with more than 21 million displaced or injured.
over 1.7 people
30 died and 200 000 were displaced.
Prior to 2004 the population of Darfur was 6 million people but 2008 the UN reported an estimate 4.7 million people. Over 400 villages were destroyed causing many people to flee.
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The Gaddang Revolt is believed to have been caused harsh order and imposition of the Spanish authorities. The effect was that many people were displaced and there was slower economic growth.
TONS!! Who ever has a real job and taked the same way every day, then they start doing constuction on the stupid road!
There is about 65 million people displaced and rising because of the exclusion zone were there are unsafe levels of radiation Tokyo is and has been slowly moving people to Nagoya and are considering abandoning the Capital, Tokyo to one of several Prefectures.......
Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots.
Only in Srilanka Dead: over 35,000 Displaced: 443,000
Although it seems like there are not many people helping Darfur, there are actually hundreds of thousands of us working every day towards making a fair and safe Sudan. I am one such activist, and have allied myself with many organizations, if you would like to get involved, here is a list: The enough Project The save Darfur coalition Eyes on Darfur STAND (student led activist organization) There are humanitarian aid workers in Darfur at… Read More
How many people in calcutta and Bangladesh would be displace if Greenland or west antarctica melted?
21 million people would be displaced
Many were killed, others injured, house, properties, live stock of the people, burnt, stolen, damaged. Million took shelters in camps in Chad or other countries. Its a spot of shame for the Mankind. We observed mass killing in 2003 and did almost nothing, This is DARFUR GENOCIDE. This is the way, we shall rember Darfur genocide.
I may be wrong but I think it's over two million. (this source of infomation is probably not reliable)
The similarities between the Rwandan genocide and Darfur are that rebel's attack government and the government's reply is to purposely kill not only the rebels but the civilians. The World hasn't and didn't do anything really to stop it. Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, and many more removed from their homes. Both acts were some what supported by the government.
Mainly for the independence for the Darfur Region, which is a very troubled one. Although there are many other reasons...
No evidence of US soldiers killed in Darfur. Many peace keepers soldiers from different countries reported to be killed.
People killed (mostly innocent people, majority of the children, women and old age people, houses were burnt, cattles looted, women raped..many fled to Chad to have a shelter.
The government in Sudan is centralized in Khartoum and maintains the majority of the resources and jobs. Southern Sudan, including the Darfur region, have stressed a desire for independence or recognition from the Khartoum government. In response, the inherently Arabic government lashed out violently against the African minorities and rebel groups in the South. They hired militia called Janjaweed, also known as "The Devil on Horseback," and they were sent into towns and villages to… Read More
The region became the scene of a rebellion in 2003 against the Arab-dominated Sudanese government, with two local rebel groups - the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the Sudanese Liberation Army (SLA) - accusing the government of oppressing non-Arabs in favor of Arabs. The government was also accused of neglecting the Darfur region of Sudan. In response, the government mounted a campaign of aerial bombardment supporting ground attacks by an Arab militia, the Janjaweed… Read More
Its not resolved yet. Peace making soldiers are them. Many returned from exile and trying to start a new life in Darfur. Still its fragile.
At the end of World War 2 many people were far from home and unable to return home for political reasons. The Allies set up Displaced Persons' camps for them. They are often referred to as DP Camps. _____ There they would be taken care of and they would live there. Mostly adults went there, but children also were allowed to go there, although there weren't many. ______ The people in Displaced Persons' camps nearly… Read More
190,418 square miles.
Mainly muslims. There are many tribes aswell
There are many ways one can learn more about the city of Darfur in Sudan. One can read books on the topic from libraries and bookstores and one can also read blogs and forums dedicated to Darfur too.
Many of the survivors were accommodated by the Allies in Displaced Persons' Camps and waited till they could resettle permanently somewhere else.
Initially, most of them had to go to Displaced Persons' (DP) Camps. From there, many migrated to the US and Israel.
There were so many English peasants before 1066. Most of these English peasants had been displaced from their lands by the rich landlords.
While tens of thousands of people were displaced, and hundreds of buildings were destroyed, it does not appear that the 2006 flood of the Danube (Donau) River resulted in any deaths.
222,570 people killed, 300,000 injured, 1.3 million displaced, 97,294 houses destroyed and 188,383 damaged in the Port-au-Prince area and in much of southern Haiti.
As a Nurse this makes me think of fluid shifts in the body. There are many causes for "displaced fluid" or fluid shifting. Ask your doctor.
When the conflict in Darfur began, a serious drought had just ended that had killed about 95,000 people. Things were still at a climax, and tensions were high, and in 2003 (i think) rebel groups began attacking government outposts to voice their aggrivation since they weren't being represented in the government and getting food. Since these people were non-Arab, the government answered their attacks and complaints by killing them. Arabs had no reason to complain… Read More
150,000 over 500,000 who died were children's.
The "Trail of Tears" is the trek that the Cherokee people were forced to take when displaced by the US government. During the arduous journey many of the people starved and froze to death. This was a severe act of cruelty toward a people, and will forever be remembered as so.
over 120 million over all Beijing-20 million Shanghi-40million Calcutta & Bangladesh-60 million
Go to google.com and type in "common words and phrases used by the fur tribe in darfur sudan". When you click search, you will find many things!
Yes, and there still are. Jew had been forced into ghettos time immemorial, and of course genocides have been happening all over the world. For instance, the Hutus and the Tutsis in Africa tried to wipe each other out many times, and of course in Darfur, Sudan the Arabs are slaughtering the blacks.
The Titanic displaced 52310 tons.
i don't know but not too many people have been. Sandstorms are sometimes deadly but not many people have died because of them.
According to the City of Johannesburg's 'Displaced Persons Unit', it's about 800 000 peopel who are sleeping rough - in public parks, open spaces and vacant propertied.
9,899 people have been on it
That it is a poor, hunger-striken country somewhere in Africa where many killings have taken place (Darfur). However, most people in Mexico wouldn't know where Sudan is located on the map, nor the specifics of such conflict.
During the Australian goldrush, many aboriginal people were displaced from their traditional hunting lands, and forced to move elsewhere, severing their very close connection to their own specific lands. Aborigines were not interested in gold: it couldn't be eaten and it served no purpose for them. However, many of the aboriginal people found that they could work for simple foods on sheep stations and cattle stations that had been abandoned by the male workers. Thus… Read More