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Omar al-Bashir's government is waging a brutal war against the people of South Kordofan. As Sudan's army fights anti-government rebels, an estimated 1 million civilians suffer from daily air strikes that threaten their lives and prevent them from growing crops. The situation is fast becoming another humanitarian crisis to equal Darfur, but the international community has barely responded.
As Chinese workers come under attack and as violence escalates using Chinese weapons, can Beijing remain neutral?