Ann Curry was so proud that her tenacity had paid off. Having reported on the Darfur crisis from neighboring Chad and from the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, she finally received a permit to fly to the region itself. She called it "a personal victory" after three years of lobbying. For NBC's In Depth, Curry visited the al-Salaam camp outside Nyala, one of 700 in the region, and discovered that the depopulation of farming villages by the janjaweed militias is proceeding apace. The camp she visited has tripled in size to 10,000 refugees in the past two months.
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