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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on how and why international decision makers responded to the situation in Darfur. It is generally accepted that the emergence of the Darfur Liberation Front (DLF) in claiming responsibility for an attack on a military garrison in Golo in the Jebel Marrah region marked the de Facto beginning of the rebellion. The attack, on 26 February 2003, was mounted against a backdrop of smaller attacks in the years preceding 2003, but with the death of nearly 200 soldiers it was a clear change of pattern and style of resistance against the central government.

Keywords: Darfur; Darfur Liberation Front (DLF)



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