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Khartoum - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said on Monday it was ... Court for genocide and war crimes related to the Darfur conflict, said ...
Dina, aged 19, and 18-year-old Aseel El Haj arrived in Coventry last June after escaping the civil war, genocide and famine that is rife in Sudan ...

Kalma Camp -- A show of force by Sudanese government forces in at ... for any new genocide against the unarmed displaced people under ...
Tensions were high in South Sudan's capital on Saturday after ... largest displacement of civilians in Africa since the Rwanda genocide in 1994.
These "genocide-funders" include PetroChina (ticker: PTR) and other oil companies that deal with brutal regimes such as Sudan. Vanguard is ...
Juba, South Sudan -- The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki ... displacement of civilians since the Rwanda genocide in 1994.

A Sudanese soldier walks in a procession during President Omar ... Court on charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
Until the summer of 2016, South Sudan's Yei region was a leafy oasis in ... In July 2016, the South Sudanese military fired dozens of bullets into ...
Sudan has no museum for its genocide victims, but is building one ... The Sudanese culture minister, al-Tayeb Hassan Badawi, said the ...
Starting October 12, however, Sudan will no longer be subject to a 20-year-old ... on charges of crimes against humanity, including genocide.
(CNN) -- Here's a look at Sudan, a North African country bordering ... July 14, 2008 - The International Criminal Court files genocide charges against al-Bashir. ... June 5, 2011 - Fighting between the northern Sudanese Armed ...
But there are important reasons to avoid invoking genocide liberally. ... For instance, in both the Central African Republic and South Sudan, ...
Since the start of fighting in South Sudan, 72 percent of women living in four protected civilian sites in Juba said they had been raped, primarily by police and soldiers who are there to provide protection, according to a new U.N.
"Kagame was the only African head of state to support the invasion of Iraq in 2003." On Sunday morning, March 26, Rwandan President Paul Kagame became the first African president to address the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs ...
Jordan's King Abdullah II, center, greets Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, left, upon his arrival at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
There is an urgency to bring an end to South Sudan's conflict, particularly with reports warning that the country is on the "brink of genocide," and the recent declaration of famine where 100,000 risk starvation and 1 million more are on the brink of ...
Ghandour stressed that al-Bashir will participate in the Arab summit despite his busy schedule, saying the meeting would discuss two issues of particular interest to Sudan including reconstruction and food security in the Arab world. The Sudanese top ...

... entered its fourth year of tearing open ethnic divisions and displacing millions. Since its onset in 2013, the conflict has threatened to pave a path to genocide and has led to the mass rape of countless women. ... Yet the discussion about sexual ...
What is humanely worth noting though is that in the shadow of such transitions with competing priorities, hangs South Sudan in the balance of simmering civil war, famine, displacement, genocide and extreme human suffering. The rest is; a protracted ...
The country of South Sudan gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, but two years later, this new nation of 11 million people became embroiled in civil war.
Other resolutions decried alleged crimes as diverse as violence that could devolve into genocide in South Sudan; "extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape" and other violence in North Korean prisons; and alleged war crimes and ...
Betty Sunday, Coordinator for the women's Forum on peace and Political Processes in South Sudan, said the security threats for South Sudanese women were extreme, citing incidents of rape and other forms of violence. The peace agreement could not be ...
The commission of inquiry this month reported that South Sudan was experiencing ethnic cleansing and conditions that could lead to genocide. It said most of the human rights violations have been committed by South Sudan's government security forces.
Halima Muzammil is one of many displaced women in Sudan, a country that the UN says is on the brink of genocide. Credit: PA Images/TNS.
As such, he and others who might be in the same situation of not knowing the reasons for the war must be brought out in the light so that they can see exactly what the people of South Sudan have been seeing. It was not very long ago ... Therefore ...
The euphoria that heralded the attainment of independence by South Sudan, the world's newest country in 2011, has gradually waned, leaving ordinary South ...
The institute was just three years old, born out of a dream to improve the health and lives of residents of South Sudan. But after gunmen opened fire that morning last September, the school seemed likely to become a casualty of a three-year civil war ...
... to aid the at-risk Christians and animists in the Darfur region of Southern Sudan who were subject to privations by their own government.
The Enough Project report, "How The World's Newest Country Went Awry: South Sudan's war, famine and potential genocide" details the history of South Sudan, describing a "den of thieves," in which battles by profiteers over power and the corrupt spoils ...
The U.S. Commission on International religious Freedom's 2016 report claims that numerous countries, including China, Burma, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Sudan, among others, continue to imprison, torture and persecute religious minority ...
War has been hell for South Sudan's people, but it has been very lucrative for the country's leaders and commercial collaborators, South Sudan's war profiteers. South Sudan has been torn apart by three wars in the last 60 years. Two and a half to three ...
Anchorage, Alaska (KTUU) Anchorage's South Sudanese community received a visit from the former first lady of the first vice president of the country.
Sudan - Yasir Arman, Secretary-General of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), has issued a statement asking whether allegations by Amnesty International on the usage of chemical weapons in Sudan are "being ignored deliberately.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - A year after then-U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry issued a declaration of genocide about atrocities carried out by the Islamic State militant group, the head of the Knights of Columbus urged prayers for "those who are being ...
... lack of ethics and sensitivity towards the victims of genocide, war crimes and the allegations of the usage of chemical weapons by the Sudan government". In a report released in September 2016, Amnesty International accused the Sudanese government ...
Sudanese refugee children press up against a fence in Djabal refugee camp near Gozbeida southern Chad on March 15, 2009. United Nations forces took over command from European Union peacekeepers here Sunday to protect refugees and displaced ...
Washington has sought for decades to exploit long-standing conflicts between the Sudan's northern and southern elites as a means of projecting power against the central Sudanese government in Khartoum, whose ties to China and the Soviet Union ...
South Sudan's government has begun a campaign of "population engineering" to relocate people based on their Ethnicity, a United Nations expert says, as the threat of genocide looms amid the continuing civil war.
South Sudan's current war began as a political rift between two leaders: the South Sudanese president, Salva Kiir, and his vice-president, Riek Machar.
South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, is moving from the brink of genocide into the arms of a man-made famine.
How many more people have to die before we decide that it's a genocide? Or decide to intervene? More, apparently, though over 50,000 South Sudanese arrived here in January alone. Among those at Bidi Bidi might be the most forlorn boy I've ever met, ...
SG: First of all, in relation to South Sudan, indeed we did report some time ago about the risk of genocide and I think that report was very timely, and it had a positive impact.
The South Sudanese teenager's body was laid out on a bed, under a tree, beneath a mosquito net. On one bedpost hung the metal ligature which had cut into ...
The seven-month inquiry by the U.N. Commission on human rights into South Sudan's civil war detailed the degree to which ethnic cleansing efforts led to the number of killings in the country that has bordered on becoming genocide, the Associated Press ...
Antonio Guterres made the comment in response to a reporter's question about a new U.N. report saying warning signs for genocide are in place in South Sudan. The report by the U.N. Commission on human rights into South Sudan describes deliberate ...
The PUF is managed by the University of Texas investment management company, or UTIMCO, which was invested in 10 of 25 companies on the Texas Comptroller's list of those directly involved in Sudanese genocide. The money invested in these ...
South African authorities have been asked to appear at the International Criminal Court on April 7 over the country's failure to arrest Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir during a visit two years ago, the acting chief state law adviser said on ...
Nairobi, Kenya - The risk of genocide in South Sudan has "considerably diminished" though much fighting there continues, the United Nations secretary-general said Wednesday.
Khartoum, Sudan - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is famous for railing against the United States in his speeches, has lately been sounding a more conciliatory tone.
Moreover, the parliaments of Pakistan, Sudan, Israel, the Czech Republic, and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation recognized the events in Khojaly as a crime against humanity.


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