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Sitting President Still Wanted on Charges of Genocide In Darfur
President and CEO, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Those who have the duty to protect them attack them. Darfuris need international authorities to help end a genocide that should have been stopped years ago.
Will Chad Harbor ICC Indictee Al Bashir?
Mariana Rodriguez Pareja
Human Rights Lawyer and Blogger
President Omar Al-Bashir will be visiting Chad this coming weekend to participate in the Summit of the Community of Sahel-Saharan States. The Sudanese president is subject to two arrest warrants for atrocities committed against his own people in Darfur.
Why the U.S. Must Stand Up to Sudan
Journalist and human rights activist
The State Department estimates two million have died in southern Sudan while 300,000 are dead in Darfur thanks to bombing and attacks by the Sudanese armed forces and their militia proxies. The violence continues to this day.
War Again Between North and South Sudan?
Founding Director, Enough Project
Bashir's government feels certain that it will face no international consequences for its attack on Abyei, which threatens to plunge the North and South Sudan back to full-scale war.
South Sudan: Failed State in Waiting
Pakistan correspondent and author
Sudanese Elections: Music & the Vote With NasJota and Girifna
What is the experience of those in Sudan who are actively trying to instill the roots of a democracy in their homeland? We couldn't go to Sudan, but in a sense Sudan came to us.
Sudan War Crimes: ICC, Moreno-Ocampo Under Increased Fire From African Leaders
Darfur Makes Omar al-Bashir Obama's Most Dangerous African Foe
Natsios Slow Dances with Bashir
Executive Director of the Sustainable Security and Peacebuildi...
The fact that the ICC would hold Bashir accountable is not the real impediment to peace in Sudan; it is the fact that Bashir keeps committing war crimes.
Al-Bashir Indictment: Why Africans Are Divided Over The Decision
Chartered Accountant (S.A.)
The ICC is not seen as a free and fair court in Africa and decisions like the indictment of Omar Al-Bashir, as right as they are, tend to be seen as biased toward the continent. They will do more harm than good if not handled more diplomatically.
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Good News for Darfur
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs for Canada and President of...
The International Security Council must now resist the temptation to interfere with court proceedings as it grapples with the situation in Darfur.
ICC: Bashir Warrant Is Warning to Abusive Leaders (VIDEO)
Human Rights Watch
Defending human rights world wide
Darfur: Media, Myth, and Attic Fire
Even with availability of relief in the form of foodstuff, medicine, and fresh water, people in Darfur are dying -- being murdered -- on a scale never before seen in that region.
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