Topic: Sudan

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South Sudan: Warring Parties Break Promises on Child Soldiers

South Sudanese armed forces and armed opposition groups continue to recruit child soldiers and force them into the conflict, despite...   [ continue reading...]

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As Peace Talks Resume, South Sudan Continues Assault on Press Freedom

Jonathan Rozen is Africa Research Associate with the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and has previously worked in South Africa, Mozambique, and Canada wi...   [ continue reading...]

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UN Refugee Agency Calls for Aid and Peace in South Sudan

As South Sudan quickly becomes Africa’s largest refugee and humanitarian crisis, the world must come to its aid, said the UN refugee agency. The UN Refuge...   [ continue reading...]

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International Criminal Justice: from past to future

The ICC will eventually be competent on the crime of aggression, prosecuting not only war crimes, but also the cri...   [ continue reading...]

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Time is Ripe for a UN Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Expand People walk inside the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) Protection of...   [ continue reading...]

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As Mining Companies in Africa Make Billions, Children Are Left Illiterate

Those who can least afford to pay the heaviest price. Zambia is a rich country with a poor population.A Zambian trade unionist, a veteran of many years of...   [ continue reading...]

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IOM Appeals for USD 103.7 Million to Provide Lifesaving and Recovery Assistance in South Sudan

After more than four years of armed conflict – and despite efforts to revive the peace process – humanitarian needs in South Sudan remain immense, a...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Travel Ban Is Just One of Many US Policies That Legalize Discrimination Against Muslims

People take part in a protest against President Trump's travel ban in Los Angeles, California on October 15, 2017. (Photo: Ronen Tivony / NurPhoto via Getty Ima...   [ continue reading...]

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Sudan: Stop Abuse of Peaceful Demonstrators

(Nairobi) – Sudan’s security forces have arrested scores of people in connection with protests against austerity measures imposed under the January...   [ continue reading...]

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WaPo Editor Blames Lack of U.S. Leadership for Famine Caused by U.S. Leadership

Lamenting a “lack of American leadership” is a time-honored cliche for many major U.S. papers. “American leadership” is one of a l...   [ continue reading...]

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Tunisia protests: ‘The promised economic miracle never happened’

Protest against spending cuts and austerity in Tunisia in January.January 27, 2018Gilbert Achcar, a socialist writer who has long followed the Arab world, says...   [ continue reading...]

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Sudanese activists: ‘Reject the link between ethnicity and crime’

MelbourneJanuary 27, 2018Green Left Radio on 3CR spoke to Anas Alwakil, a Sudanese community activist and Nawal Ali, a social worker and advocate for women, on...   [ continue reading...]

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South Sudan: A Year On, Two Men’s Whereabouts Unknown

(Nairobi) – South Sudanese authorities have failed to investigate the enforced disappearance in Nairobi of two South Sudanese men one year ago, and hold t...   [ continue reading...]

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Israel: Don’t Lock Up Asylum Seekers

Expand African migrants gesture behind a fence during a protest against Israel's detention...   [ continue reading...]

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Nigeria Loses a Treasured Justice Advocate

Oby Theodora Nwankwo, a Nigerian activist who tirelessly advocated for the International Criminal Court (ICC) and women’s rights, died on December 9, 2017...   [ continue reading...]

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The Deportation Machine That Thrives on Terror

Jorge Garcia's wife and two teenage children sobbed as he was forced onto a plane bound for Mexico from Detroit on January 15. After more than 30 years living u...   [ continue reading...]

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The Shutdown Will End, But the Divisions Will Remain

(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) Demonstrators rally in support of DACA outside the Capitol on January 21, 2018, on the second day of the federal governmen...   [ continue reading...]

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What Can Be Done About the Attention Economy's Dark Side? Powerhouse Commission Ponders Reeling In Facebook and Google Before It's Too Late

Click here for reuse options! Big Tech's algorithms have turned billions of device users into addicts whose every w...   [ continue reading...]

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Racism, Not Profanity, Is the Problem With Trump's Immigration Policies

Trump's recent profane comments about African countries came as no surprise to most Black and other people of color. While the immigration policies of the US ha...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Happy 18th birthday! You’re out’

Tougher internal controls under Macron are only giving police more powers, allowing them to conduct identity check...   [ continue reading...]

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