An ethnic Arab girl spends the heat of the day in a grass shelter with other women at the makeshift village of Taiba, where ethnic Arabs displaced by insecurity and tribal tensions have set up shelters some 40 kilometers (30 miles) north of the eastern Chadian town of Gos Beida, June 9, 2008. The village receives no support from aid agencies. Reflecting the violence in Darfur that has swept in both directions across the Chad-Sudan border, there are 250,000 Sudanese refugees scattered in a dozen camps in eastern Chad and 180,000 internally displaced Chadians, U.N. officials say. REUTERS/Finbarr O’Reilly (CHAD)