As head of the UN in Sudan in 2003-4, Professor Mukesh Kapila blew the whistle on the Darfur crisis. Now the Aegis Trust's Special Representative on Crimes Against Humanity, in January 2013, he took this journey back to Sudan to visit the forgotten warzones of the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan, Blue Nile State, and South Sudan's frontier with Darfur. Meeting civilians bombed out of their homes and cut off from international humanitarian relief for over 18 months, he saw extensive evidence of war crimes on the part of Omar Bashir's government in Khartoum, and witnessed the consequences of the international community's failure to respond effectively to Sudan's ongoing crises. All filming and photography by Tim Freccia, commissioned by the Aegis Trust.

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