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  • Chad: 'This is the End of a Nightmare'

    After years awaiting justice by a court of law, Chadian citizens packed the Palais de Justice in Dakar, Senegal, to catch a glimpse of Hissene Habre, president of the central... Read more »



July 20

  • Somalia: Somali-Based Pirates Down but Not Out

    While the economic cost of Somali piracy has fallen and considerable progress has been made in deterring pirate operations, the latest attacks on Iranian fishing vessels by Somali... Read more »



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  • Cameroon: Women Face Slavery in Middle East

    Her lips are quavering her hands trembling. Susan (not her real name) struggles to suppress stubborn tears, but the outburst comes, spontaneously, and the tears stream down her... Read more »



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  • South Sudan: Girls Given Away As 'Blood Money'

    So extreme are gender inequalities in South Sudan that a young girl is three times more likely to die in pregnancy or childbirth than to reach the eighth grade - the last grade... Read more »



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