Those who are counting say more than 200,000 people have died in Darfur since 2003. Mohamed Yahya, who was born in Darfur and lost 21 family members from his village, begins his count many years before. In 1993, Mohamed received a letter from his mother telling him that their village had been destroyed, his grandparents had been burned alive in their home, relatives and neighbors had been shot and raped and that they were on the run, but didn't know where to go. He joins Dick Gordon to tell his story. Also in this episode: a listener's story about the beginning of school.