The Independent U.K. writes of a former translator, now a novelist, who is returning personal narratives to the people he left behind.
Daoud Hari, a former translator for militia victims, has written a novel in which he gives life, or gives Darfurians back their lives with their personal narratives.
He notes that Darfur is again has gone off the fickle radar of the international community. He hopes to place the radar firmly on Darfur with his book.
Please help him.
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