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Sudan's Pro-Democracy Opposition Urges 'Total Civil Disobedience' After Soldiers Massacre 35 People at Peaceful Sit-In
"This is a critical point in our revolution. The military council has chosen escalation and confrontation…Now the situation is us or them; there is no other way."
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Trump’s Policies Are Harming Refugees Worldwide
His administration’s near-ban on refugee admissions is having a destructive domino effect in front-line countries
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How Women Are Leading the Sudanese Revolution
"Women are front, left, and center of the revolution."
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Following Report on Saudi Use of Child Soldiers in Yemen, Anti-War Voices Offer This Reminder: American Tax Dollars 'Help Pay for It'
"Children paid to kill children. This is how our 'ally,' Saudi Arabia, wages its disgusting war in Yemen."
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'Fueled by Hate': Trump Signs Order on Border Wall, Sanctuary Cities
President hits ground running with xenophobic national security measures; also reviewing keeping Guantánamo Bay open, reinstating CIA 'black sites'
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A Perpetual Killing Field in the Worst Place on Earth
Death and life in the South Sudan's lost town of Leer
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EU Turns to Sudan's Wanted War Criminal to Stop Flow of Migrants from Africa
Germany heads effort to fund asylum seeker detentions in country run by suspected war criminal
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Sudanese Journalists Launch Historic Hunger Strike Against Free Press Crackdown
The journalists began the movement to protest what they called "arbitrary procedure" against the press in Sudan
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Europe Squabbles While Refugees Die
UNITED NATIONS - As tens of thousands of refugees continue to flee conflict-ridden countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria, Western European governments and international humanitarian organisations are struggling to cope with a snowballing humanitarian crisis threatening to explode...
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Who’s Afraid of African Democracy?
Poor Burundi. Landlocked, tiny, and known mainly for ethnic conflict, it was for years the subject of one of the most intense international peace-building efforts in history. By the time the Arusha Peace Agreement was finally signed in 2003, 300,000 Burundians had died in a civil war rivaling in...
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