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Bombing Civilian Hospitals: A Khartoum 'Tradition'

Eric Reeves | Posted 01.23.2015 | World
Eric Reeves

If we want moral clarity in understanding the Khartoum -- as opposed to the political "complexities" adduced whenever the regime is the subject -- then let us look to Frandala. This deliberate bombing attack on an MSF hospital, by an advanced military jet aircraft, is the very face of the Khartoum regime.

Khartoum Announces a Campaign to Starve the People of the Nuba Mountains

Eric Reeves | Posted 12.07.2014 | World
Eric Reeves

How can this Sudanese "Wannsee Conference"--made public by virtue of the leaked minutes of this extraordinary meeting--not be the occasion for the most robust warning to Khartoum not to pursue this campaign of starvation and ethnic annihilation?

'Never Again' Must Not Become 'Yet Again:' You Can Stop Genocide in Sudan

Janice Kamenir-Reznik | Posted 03.18.2014 | Impact
Janice Kamenir-Reznik

In the face of such horror, many folks in the West feel powerless to prevent more senseless death in Sudan. In fact, there are two simple steps that each and every American can take right now to make a difference: one for the short-term, one for the long-term.

Graphic Video Captures Bombing Attack On Sudanese Village

Posted 11.19.2013 | World

A video purporting to show the Sudanese army bombarding a village in Sudan's Nuba mountains was posted to YouTube Sunday. The graphic footage includes...

From Sudan to North Korea and Syria: A Plea to President Obama to Activate His Atrocities Prevention Board

Rabbi Abraham Cooper | Posted 07.20.2013 | World
Rabbi Abraham Cooper

It is not too late for the Obama administration's Atrocities Prevention Board to take the lead in thwarting mass atrocities. Everyday it fails to act is an invitation to Khartoum, Pyongyang, Damascus and their ilk to step up their assaults on human lives and dignity.

Life and Death Deal or No Deal

Tom Andrews | Posted 10.09.2012 | World
Tom Andrews

Life-saving breakthrough or yet another broken promise? That is the question that hangs over the news of an agreement made by the Sudanese government to finally allow aid into South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

Walk to End Genocide

Don Cheadle | Posted 07.17.2012 | Los Angeles
Don Cheadle

Our political leaders have calculated that the American people are not interested in foreign policy in this election year. By walking, we're announcing to our leaders loudly and clearly that they are wrong.

Negotiating With Monsters

Elizabeth Blackney | Posted 06.19.2012 | World
Elizabeth Blackney

The cognitive dissonance required to believe President Obama prioritizes the people of Darfur, the Nuba Mountains, and suffering all along the border with South Sudan, is astounding.

Hollywood's Double Standard on Darfur

Rafael Medoff | Posted 05.16.2012 | World
Rafael Medoff

George Clooney brought his admirable fight for human rights in Sudan to Washington this week. Yet somehow the one political leader whom Clooney has a chance of influencing, the one who is in the best position to make a difference in Sudan, escaped the actor's attention.

Nightmare in the Nuba Mountains: Echoes of Darfur

Rep. Frank R. Wolf | Posted 05.07.2012 | World
Rep. Frank R. Wolf

I recently returned from several days in South Sudan -- specifically Yida refugee camp, where I encountered bone-chilling stories of the nightmare unfolding in the Southern Kordofan.

Students And Teachers Flee For Their Lives In Bible School Bombing

AP | JASON STRAZIUSO | Posted 04.04.2012 | World

NAIROBI, Kenya — Sudan's military bombed a Bible school built by a U.S. Christian aid group, prompting students and teachers at the school to ru...