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February 28

  • Central African Republic: Sharing Will Help End Conflict

    While wrangling over Central African Republic's (CAR) wealth in natural resources played a role in the country's crisis, its future peace and stability still partly depends on a... Read more »

February 24

  • Somalia: Somalis Caught in Crossfire

    As the Somali government plans to launch a new military campaign to wipe out the Islamic extremist group, Al-Shabaab, from its strongholds in this Horn of Africa nation, experts... Read more »

February 13

January 22

  • Central African Republic: New Leader, Same Human Rights Crisis?

    The appointment of a new transitional president, Catherine Samba-Panza, in the Central African Republic (CAR) is generating optimism in some quarters that the country's first... Read more »

January 11

  • South Sudan: U.N Peacekeepers Overwhelmed

    As the death toll rises from South Sudan's spiralling political and ethnic conflict, the ability of the U.N. to enforce its peacekeeping mandate in the country is coming under... Read more »

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December 22, 2013

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October 10, 2013

  • Ethiopia: Govt Chokes Muslim Unrest

    The refusal by the Ethiopian government to redress grievances harboured by the Muslim community here, which comprises about 34 percent of the country's 91 million people makes this... Read more »

October 08, 2013

  • Kenya: Somali Militia Operate in North

    Somali militia groups are beginning to operate in Kenya's remote and arid North Eastern Province, an area that borders southern Somalia - a former stronghold of the extremist group... Read more »

September 23, 2013

  • Somalia: Militia Rob Nation of Healthcare

    Maryan Yusuf, 39, is weak and barely able to speak because of her excruciating pain. A few hours earlier she delivered a baby at Somalia's Afgooye Hospital, where essential drugs... Read more »

September 12, 2013

  • South Sudan: Army Must Be Held Accountable [opinion]

    On the last day of July, South Sudanese soldiers shot dead two unarmed women, Anyibi Baba and Ateil Rio. The killings were the latest in a pattern of grave violations against... Read more »

September 06, 2013

September 02, 2013

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