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Central African Republic: Continuing Collapse – Local Peace Building Needed By Renee Waldow

The continuing violence, refugee flows, internally displaced persons and the lack of government services is a good reminder of the difficulties of creating a...

Rights group documents fresh South Sudan 'war crimes'

A rights group on Wednesday accused the government of South Sudan and its allied militias of carrying out "war crimes" of "staggering brutality" during...

Do You Know This Haitian Revolution Early Leader & Vodou Priest? By Freddie Ra

Duttу Bоukmаn wаѕ аn early leader оf thе Hаіtіаn Rеvоlutіоn, еnѕlаvеd іn Jаmаіса аnd lаtеr in Haiti. Hе іѕ соnѕіdеrеd tо hаvе bееn bоth...

Chronic corruption in UN resettlement process

THE UN AND REFUGEES - A NIGHTMAREUNHCR globally wastes more than one Galactic Year in the lives of refugeesIn Kenya it just got worse...

The Last Country We “Liberated” from an “Evil” Dictator Is Now Openly Trading Slaves Written by Carey Wedler

It is widely known that the U.S.-led NATO intervention to topple Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 resulted in a power vacuum that has allowed...

Congo-Kinshasa: Leveraging Mobile Tech to Combat Conflict and Corruption By Eliot Pence

Washington, DC — Rarely has so small a law stirred so much debate about so distant a conflict. Over the past several months, debate...
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