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Sudan’s Bloody Periphery: The Toll on Civilians from the War in Blue Nile State

Sudan's Bloody Periphery: The Toll on Civilians from the War in Blue Nile State
The Sudanese government’s campaign of repression against opposition groups in its Blue Nile state has developed into an armed conflict between the Sudan Armed Forces and a coalition of rebel groups, the Sudan Revolutionary Forces. This report, based on visits to the front lines in central Blue Nile in late 2012 and early 2013, and details the current situation of the armed conflict there and its effect on the civilian population ...
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Sudan: Civilians Endure Worst of War in Blue Nile State

A new multimedia report and video with eyewitness accounts from rebel-held areas in Sudan’s Blue Nile state document how Khartoum’s campaign of indiscriminate air strikes, coupled with an escalation in ground fighting, is driving out the civilian population and causing a regional humanitarian crisis, according to the Enough Project ...
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Sudan Tribune: Friends of South Sudan Letter to President Salva Kiir

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Sudan Tribune: Friends of South Sudan Letter to President Salva Kiir
A group of pro-South Sudan activists in the Unites States have released a letter sent to president Salva Kiir and other senior officials in Juba expressing concern over what they described as "increasingly perilous fate" of the new state which came to life in July 2011 after voting almost unanimously to gain independence from Sudan ...
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President Obama Concludes Africa Trip

On July 2, President Obama concluded his second sub-Saharan Africa trip, touring Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania. His agenda focused on promoting trade and investment as means of creating economic growth and stability for African nations ...
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Foreign Policy Op-ed and Photo Essay: Kony 2013

Foreign Policy Op-ed and Photo Essay: Kony 2013
The park rangers, armed with AK-47s and swapping combat stories, suddenly fell quiet. The driver pulled off the dusty, red road and plunged into the savannah, plowing through tan grass tall enough to envelop our Land Cruiser ...
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ThinkProgress: Obama Launches Anti-Poaching Task Force

ThinkProgress: Obama Launches Anti-Poaching Task Force
Near the end of his eight-day trip to Africa, President Obama announced Monday a new task force aimed at combating wildlife trafficking and the provision of $10 million in State Department aid for training security to combat the issue ...
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Enough Project Applauds Rice’s Ascendance as National Security Adviser

The Enough Project congratulates Ambassador Susan Rice, who assumed her new post as President Barack Obama's National Security Adviser on July 1 ...
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Politico Op-ed: A Move Toward Peace in Congo

Politico Op-ed: A Move Toward Peace in Congo
Secretary of State John Kerry sent a powerful signal Tuesday to the people of war-torn eastern Congo by appointing former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) as the new U.S. special envoy to Africa’s Great Lakes region ...
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Enough Project Applauds Kerry’s Appointment of Feingold as Special Envoy

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced former U.S. Senator Russell "Russ" Feingold (D-WI), as the new U.S. special envoy for Africa's Great Lakes region ...
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Advocacy Groups, Congo Experts Applaud Appointment of Feingold as Envoy

WASHINGTON -- Twenty-two advocacy groups and Congo experts applaud U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for his appointment of former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) as the new U.S. Special Envoy for the African Great Lakes region and the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...
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