(AFP) – Tens of thousands of children fleeing clashes in the Jebel Marra mountains of Sudan’s conflict-torn Darfur have faced traumatic escapes, the United Nations children’s agency UNICEF told AFP on Thursday. In the isolated area’s biggest civilian displacement in a decade, clashes between ethnic minority rebels and troops in Jebel Marra that erupted on January 15 have forced 82,727 civilians to seek shelter, 60 percent of them children, according to UN estimates. “Children who already have very little are once again traumatised with what seems to be an endless, endless war,” said Geert Cappelaere, head of UNICEF in Sudan.