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At least six people have been killed in unrest in Sudan's West Darfur, sources said Monday, the day after security forces dispersed protesters outside government buildings in the state capital Geneina.The leader of the Masalit ethnic group, to which the protesting villagers reportedly belonged, said 13 people died.A rebel group based in the region claimed four people were killed when security forces fired on them, while a spokesman for the West Darfur government said a protest had been dispersed after three vehicles near the government buildings were torched.Darfur -- made up of five states -- spiralled into conflict in 2003 .The conflict has killed more than 300,000 people and there are some 2.5 million displaced in the region, according to the UN.
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