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CAR: Life in the Midst of Horror

CAR: Life in the Midst of Horror

The small bundles of clothing lying where some of the bodies were found meant that people were caught and killed as they tried to flee… These are crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 12:21

What Initiated Crisis in CAR?

What Initiated Crisis in CAR?
The Bozizé government did not respond positively to these demands and did not meet what was agreed on in the Libreville Agreement, which drove the country into an open conflict.
Last Updated on Monday, 24 February 2014 10:34

CAR: Muslims Killed, Peacekeepers Watching

CAR: Muslims Killed, Peacekeepers Watching
Multiple sources described a deliberate, close range killing spree. The national Red Cross: most of the victims were killed with machetes and knives.
Last Updated on Sunday, 26 January 2014 22:46

South Sudan Whirling into Domestic Struggles?

South Sudan Whirling into Domestic Struggles?
Both ethnic groups, spurred on by their leaders, have clashed in the past, giving the latest spiral of violence an air of depressing inevitability for many South Sudanese.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 December 2013 00:07

Mandela Continues to Inspire Palestinians' Dream

Mandela Continues to Inspire Palestinians' Dream
It is even less often remembered that Mandela rejected early offers to obtain his release from prison if he would "renounce violence" and call for an end to "armed struggle."
Last Updated on Friday, 13 December 2013 22:58

Central African Republic: Tragedy at Imam's House

Central African Republic: Tragedy at Imam's House
At the Imam’s house, we met Omar Abacar, a 26-year-old, bone-thin ethnic Peuhl nomad with a badly infected gunshot wound to his knee, barely able to stand.
Last Updated on Sunday, 08 December 2013 23:04

Reality behind "Banning Islam in Angola"

Reality behind Banning Islam in Angola
Did Islam Get “Banned” in Angola? The short answer to this question is that Islam did not get “banned” in Angola, simply because it was not officially approved in the first place.
Last Updated on Thursday, 28 November 2013 11:55

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