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Sudan's Omar al-Bashir Leaves Behind A Horrific Legacy Of Human Rights Abuse
The long-reigning dictator was toppled this week, but the consequences of his rule continue to be devastating.
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Child Bride Auctioned Off On Facebook, Which Didn't Notice The Sale
It reportedly took two weeks before the auction post about the South Sudanese girl was removed. By then, she was married.
They Fled War At Home. Now They’re Fighting Death In Crowded Refugee Camps.
By Peter Martell, On Assignment For HuffPost
“A refugee camp is a hotbed for disease."
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Hundreds Of Child Soldiers Released In South Sudan
More than 19,000 kids have been lured into combat since the civil war erupted.
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10 Humanitarian Crises To Look Out For In 2018
News agency specialised in reporting humanitarian crises.
While Rakhine State smoulders, long-simmering conflicts continue to fly under the radar elsewhere in Myanmar. Clashes between
On Thanksgiving, You Can Save South Sudan
Author, journalist,and historian. Partnered with UN World Food...
Fighting between the government and opposition forces has displaced millions and caused severe food shortages.
Losing The Last Vestiges Of Our Moral Fabric
Senior Fellow, Center for Global Affairs, NYU
The unspeakable atrocities that are happening in South Sudan are unfathomable, not only because of the scope of savagery
Ambassador Nikki Haley's Trip To Africa
President, Refugees International
Co-authored by Alexandra Lamarche, Advocate, Refugees International As the highest-level Trump Administration official to
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The Journalist And The Fixer
Managing Editor, TomDispatch.com
Who makes the story possible?
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Uganda Struggles To Cope As 1 Million South Sudanese Refugees Pour In
By Jason Patinkin, Reuters
The conflict has created Africa’s biggest refugee crisis since the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
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Freedom Of The Press Is A Fundamental Human Need
Fellowship Program @YPFP
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
By John J. Martin The United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, which were designed to “end
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People With Disabilities Struggle To Escape Carnage In South Sudan
By Natalie Sikorski, Refugees Deeply
Decades of war in South Sudan have left high numbers of people with disabilities and many are unable to access aid or flee
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Facing Famine, Girls And Women Bear The Heaviest Burden
Executive Director, Universal Access Project
Girls, boys, women and men experience disaster differently.
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We’ve Made Great Strides in the Fight Against Global Hunger. So Why Are Millions at Risk of Starvation?
Abby Maxman joined Oxfam America as its president in 2017. She...
More people around the world are escaping extreme poverty than ever before. In just 10 years, 167 million fewer people are
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Most Americans Oblivious To Extreme Hunger Crises Overseas
Devastating food shortages threaten millions of lives in Africa and the Middle East, but a new poll finds little interest.
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South Sudan Marks 6 Years Of Independence As 6 Million Go Hungry
More than half the population is severely food insecure.
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The Fastest-Growing Refugee Crisis Is The One You've Probably Heard The Least About
More than 1.4 million South Sudanese people have been forced to flee across borders in the last year.
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Famine And Fighting -- Challenges Of Ordering A Disordered World
Humanitarian catastrophe is becoming commonplace – part of a new normal in which fragile governments, violence, and conflict
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Somalia Is On The Brink Of Famine, And Time Is Running Out
Program Manager, Catholic Relief Services in Somalia
Hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk.
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How A Disease With No Cure Has Nearly Been Wiped From The Earth
By Peter Martell, on assignment for HuffPost
There were 3.5 million Guinea worm cases in 1986. Today there are 25.
The Clock Is Ticking Down For The Millions Of People Facing Famine
Former President, Refugees International
In recent weeks, the crisis in Syria and the escalating tensions with Russia and North Korea have dominated news headlines
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