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Browse the latest news stories from around the world featuring the Enough Project and our work to prevent genocide and crimes against humanity.

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Daily Beast (December 20, 2020): “Russian-linked trolls are waging disinformation warfare in multiple African nations, seeking to boost pro-Russia candidates in important elections.”

BBC Newshour (December 20, 2020): BBC Newshour 20 December 2020

AFP (December 19, 2020): Élections en Centrafrique : des Casques bleus déployés, l’ONU appelle au calme

AFP (December 19, 2020): Peacekeepers deploy in C. Africa as UN chief calls for calm

Economist (December 17, 2020): “Gold bars: In Congo’s gold rush, the money is in beer and brothels”

Corbeaunews Centrafrique (December 16, 2020): Le député Sébastien Nadot questionne le Ministre des affaires étrangères français sur la situation politique et sécuritaire en Centrafrique

Aljazeera (December 14, 2020): ‘Unacceptable’: Sudanese PM criticises army’s business interests

Radio Dabanga (December 14, 2020): US to encourage ‘fiscal transparency’ in Sudan, Russian navy base approved

Sudan Tribune (December 10, 2020): U.S. Congress to pass new legislation over Sudan’s military economic activities

Africa Report (December 9, 2020): London Bullion Market clamps down on illicit gold trade

The New Humanitarian (December 1, 2020): Old faces, familiar fears: Central African Republic’s tense election


The Guardian (November 23, 2020): Congo in Conversation – a photographic chronicle

NK News Podcast (November 17, 2020): Statues and sanctions: North Korea in Congo – NKNews Podcast Ep. 157

Voice of America (November 16, 2020): South Sudan in Focus

Financial Times (November 12, 2020): London gold body warns trade centres over ethical sourcing

Reuters (November 12, 2020): Exclusive: Gold market authority threatens to blacklist UAE and other centres

Radio Tamazuj (November 11, 2020): SPLM-IO, NAS figured in illegal gold mining, smuggling, and trade

African Business Magazine (November 4, 2020): Sudanese peace deal boosts hopes of South Sudan’s oil future


Atlantic Council (October 22, 2020): Central African Republic: Ground zero for Russian influence in Central Africa

Nigrizia (October 22, 2020): Centrafrica, uno stato fallito ostaggio dei contractor

AFP (October 20, 2020): « Guerre par procuration » franco-russe en Centrafrique, selon l’ONG de Clooney

The East African (October 20, 2020): Trump ready to delist Sudan as state sponsor of terror

AFP (October 20, 2020): Trump prêt à retirer le Soudan de la liste des États soutenant le terrorisme

AFP (October 20, 2020): In landmark boost, Trump says will delist Sudan as sponsor of terror

TIME (October 7, 2020): Two Years Ago He Won the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, He’s Under Threat for Standing Up for Victims of Sexual Violence

Voice of America (October 1, 2020): Alleged North Korean Sanctions Violations in DRC Draw Scrutiny


JCK (September 24, 2020): How the FinCEN Leaks May Affect the Jewelry Business

Human Rights Watch (September 21, 2020): Non-Governmental Organizations, Faith-Based Groups, Legal Professionals, Experts, and Former Government Officials Unequivocally Oppose U.S. Sanctions Against the International Criminal Court

STAND (September 20, 2020): Podcast: Democratic Republic of Congo Series Episodes 6 + 7

Voice of America (September 11, 2020): South Sudan, Sudan Address Economic Crises

Le Soir (September 5, 2020): Soudan: un an après sa nomination, le gouvernement de transition au pied du mur

NK News (September 4, 2020): North Korean statues are showing up in Africa – And they could be illegal

Le Monde (September 2, 2020): Soudan : accord de paix avec des groupes rebelles

The East African (September 1, 2020): Sudan signs peace deal with rebel groups, move hailed as sign of lasting change


Associated Press / New York Times (August 31, 2020): Sudan, rebel alliance reach deal in ongoing peace efforts

AFP (August 28, 2020): In the Central Africa Republic, Mali’s coup stirs bad memories

All Africa (August 27, 2020): Saigné par les groupes armés, le parc congolais des Virunga réclame justice (August 27, 2020): Bled by armed groups, Congo’s Virunga Park wants Justice

The Daily Nation (August 21, 2020): North Koreans used Congolese bank to launder money – report

NK News (August 20, 2020): North Koreans launder money through an illegal bank account in Congo

Bloomberg (August 20, 2020): Congo Bank May Be Breaking North Korea Sanctions, Group Says

Le Soir (August 19, 2020): RDC: l’ONG de Clooney appelle à l’annulation de contrats signés avec des Nord-Coréens

RFI (August 19, 2020): Comment deux entrepreneurs nord-coréens ont contourné les sanctions internationales en RDC

Radio Free Asia (August 19, 2020): 북, 콩고서 건설회사 차려 사업 진행…대북제재 위반

AFP (August 19, 2020): Clooney Anti-corruption Group Blasts N Korea Contracts In DR Congo

Eye Radio (August 7, 2020): Kiir gives Igga green light to introduce economic reforms

Washington Institute for Near East Policy (August 5, 2020): Mapping Hezbollah’s Worldwide Activities

Games Industry (August 3, 2020): Which gaming companies may have funded human rights abuses in 2019?


Foreign Policy (July 31, 2020): The U.S. Is a Haven for Money Laundering. That Might Be About to Change.

The Geographical (July 22, 2020): New report reveals risk of links between Sudanese conflict gold and major companies

Optoelectronics Electronic Specifier (July 21, 2020): Assessing the human cost of conflict minerals

Voice of America (July 20, 2020): US Sanctions Aim to Keep Russian Financier from Meddling in Sudan’s Future

The Star Kenya (July 20, 2020): Nairobi named among top cities with stolen wealth in real estate

RFI (July 16, 2020): New US sanctions hit ‘Putin’s chef’ for threatening Sudan’s democracy

VICE News (July 13, 2020): Inside the Forgotten War in Darfur, Where the Killing Never Stopped

Voice of America (July 11, 2020): Nightline Africa


Voice of America (June 26, 2020): Analyst: Sudan Must Carry Out Reforms Before Donors Act on $1.8B in Pledges

VOA Afrique (June 22, 2020): Sudan militia leader in custody on Darfur war crimes charges

BBC World Service (June 16, 2020): Newsday, June 16, 2020

La Repubblica (June 14, 2020): Sud Sudan, tra i militari il malaffare premia la corruzione rampante delle élite che hanno in mano l’enonomia del Paese

Associated Press/The New York Times (June 10, 2020): Sudan militia leader in custody on Darfur war crimes charges

Nigrizia (June 8, 2020): Corruzione, rapporto The Sentry Sud Sudan, tra i militari il malaffare premiaurs impuni

France Culture (June 7, 2020): Soudan : un massacre emblématique qui aurait fait 128 morts toujours impuni


Voice of America (May 29, 2020): South Sudan in Focus, Interview with Shannon Mizzi

BBC World Service (May 28, 2020): Business Update, Interview with Shannon Mizzi

Eye Radio (May 27, 2020): Poorly paid but wealthy army generals – report


Public Now (April 28, 2020): U.S. Rep. Dean, Human Rights Activist Prendergast To Receive Honorary Degrees At Commencement

Public Radio of Armenia (April 27, 2020): Nominations open for 2021 Aurora Prize

Mongabay (April 25, 2020): Twelve rangers killed in latest Virunga Park incident

Haaretz (April 22, 2020): Is an Israeli Diamond Tycoon Using Trump-adjacent Lobbyists to Subvert U.S. Foreign Policy?

Congo Indépendant (April 18, 2020): Criminels en col blanc et banquiers: liaisons dangereuses

Wilson Center (April 16, 2020): Targeted Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Measures in Support of Peace in South Sudan

Ventures Africa (April 16, 2020): U.S. watchdog sounds alarm on mismanaged mining sector in South Sudan

The East African (April 14, 2020):  Red flag up on South Sudan mining sector

Radio Tamazuj (April 3, 2020): Kiir’s Daughter, Military Linked To Mining Sector Corruption: Report

Sudan Tribune (April 3, 2020): South Sudan president’s daughter involved in dirty mining deals of E. Equatoria: report


The East African (March 19, 2020): Machar calls for united front against corruption in South Sudan

Radio Tamazuj (March 8, 2020): UK issues warning on dirty money from South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (March 7, 2020): UK’s agency warns on wave of dirty money from South Sudan

Eye Radio (March 7, 2020): UK issues a warning on dirty money from S. Sudan

VICE News (March 1, 2020): South Sudan Is Collapsing Thanks to Corruption Over Oil


Reuters (February 26, 2020): Sudan stumbles through transition without fresh donor help

Associated Press (February 22, 2020): South Sudan’s rivals form unity government meant to end war

New York Times (February 20, 2020): South Sudan’s Feuding Leaders Announce Unity Deal, Amid War Crimes Report

Fox News (February 17, 2020): Where is Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony?

The East African (February 16, 2020): To get off sanctions list, Sudan cuts rights deals with global players

Middle East Eye (February 15, 2020): Can South Sudan’s men of war lead the country to peace?

Associated Press / The New York Times (February 11, 2020): Official: Sudan to Hand Over Al-Bashir for Genocide Trial

Washington Post (February 11, 2020): Sudan official says government agrees to send suspected war criminals to International Criminal Court

Wall Street Journal (February 11, 2020): Sudan Agrees in Principle to Extradite Ex-Strongman Bashir for Prosecution


Ozy (January 22, 2020): The Killers of Darfur Are Cashing In on Foreign Conflicts

BBC World Service (January 9, 2020): BBC Newsday 09 Jan 2020

Voice of America (January 8, 2020): VOA Daybreak

The Daily Nation (January 8, 2020): US sanctions South Sudan vice president over human rights

Associated Press (January 8, 2020): US Sanctions South Sudan’s Vice President Over Abuses

The East African (January 7, 2020): Food insecure South Sudan banks on oil money for agriculture



Associated Press (December 26, 2019): Sudan’s Christians enjoy holiday amid hope for new freedoms

The Independent (December 22, 2019): ‘It’s our biggest employer’: How a lucrative war in Yemen fuels conflict in Darfur 2,000km away

The Independent (December 17, 2019): Genocide, gold and foreign wars: Sudan’s most feared commander speaks out

Daily Nation (December 16, 2019): Kiir and Machar threat to efforts for lasting peace in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (December 16, 2019): U.S. sanctions South Sudan’s Defense, Cabinet Affairs ministers over peace

Sudan Tribune (December 13, 2019): Delist Sudan from terror list but prepare sanctions against spoilers: U.S. groups

New York Times (December 13, 2019): Sudan’s Ousted Leader Is Sentenced to Two Years for Corruption

The Independent (December 11, 2019): ‘It’s like Bashir is still here’: Inside war-ravaged Darfur where deadly violence is killing the revolution

Associated Press (December 10, 2019): US sanctions 5 South Sudan agents it says killed 2 critics

Atlantic Council (December 6, 2019): Navigating Sudan’s Transition: A Conversation with Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok

BBC World Service (December 5, 2019): Suliman Baldo interview with BBC Newsday

Geopolitical Monitor (December 2, 2019): Can Blockchain Help Rid Tech Products of ‘Conflict Minerals’?


Radio Dabanga (November 29, 2019): Sudan Dissolves National Congress Party, Repeals Public Order Bill

Africa News (November 28, 2019): South Sudan: US piles pressure over unity govt formation [Morning Call]

Economist (November 24, 2019): Donald Trump uses sanctions more keenly than any of his predecessors

Sudan Tribune (November 16, 2019): U.S advocacy group calls for pressure on S. Sudan leaders

JCK (November 15, 2019): The Kimberley Process Is Going Nowhere. Should We Care?

The Independent (November 13, 2019): Russia is trying to legalise African ‘blood diamonds’

BBC World Service (November 13, 2019): Newsday: Why does Russia want to end the embargo on the Central African Republic’s diamonds?

New York Times (November 5, 2019): South Sudan Silences a Witness to Its Horrors


Wall Street Journal (October 24, 2019): New Report Evaluates Sanctions Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa

Associated Press (October 16, 2019): Tensions high as South Sudan faces unity government deadline

Associated Press (October 13, 2019): Sudan, rebel groups set to begin peace talks – Here’s what you should know

Wall Street Journal (October 11, 2019): U.S. Warns South Sudan May Face Sanctions

Associated Press (October 8, 2019): Company making Costco pajamas flagged for forced labor

OCCRP (October 8, 2019): The Sentry Report: Time to Stop Al-Cardinal

Wall Street Journal (October 2, 2019): Top U.S. Sanctions Chief to Leave Trump Administration for Private Sector

JCK (October 2, 2019): Customs Cracking Down on Imports of Congo Gold, Marange Diamonds

BBC World Service (October 1, 2019): BBC Newsday interview with Sasha Lezhnev


Sudan Tribune (September 28, 2019): US reviewing The Sentry’s report on corruption in S. Sudan

CNN New Day (September 23, 2019): George Clooney’s call for action in South Sudan

CNN (September 23, 2019): George Clooney’s warning on South Sudan

The East African (September 23, 2019): Web of deceit keeping South Sudan war alive

BBC Newsday (September 20, 2019): George Clooney tells Newsday about those profiting from conflict in South Sudan

BBC TV (September 20, 2019): Interview with George Clooney and John Prendergast

Voice of America (September 20, 2019): Watchdog Report Claims Profiteers Have Looted Billions From South Sudan

New York Times (September 19, 2019): South Sudan Oil Consortium Funded Militias Accused of Atrocities, Report Says

Foreign Policy (September 19, 2019): Foreign Investors Fueled Violence and Corruption in South Sudan, Report Finds

AFP (September 19, 2019): Clooney group calls for action in S Sudan corruption report

Associated Press (September 19, 2019): Watchdog says global oil consortium hurting South Sudan

CNN (September 19, 2019): George Clooney discusses corruption in South Sudan


Associated Press (August 26, 2019): Sudanese face daunting challenges on path to democracy

Le Monde (August 17, 2019): Au Soudan, un nouveau pas franchi dans la transition démocratique

Al Jazeera (August 17, 2019): Inside Story: Will Sudan return to civilian rule?

Associated Press (August 17, 2019): Sudanese protesters sign final power-sharing deal with army

New York Times (August 17, 2019): Sudan Erupts in Celebration After Army and Civilians Agree to Share Power

The East African (August  15, 2019): US slaps sanctions on Sudan’s former spymaster Salah Gosh

Voice of America (August 13, 2019): South Sudan In Focus

The Times (August 11, 2019): Smuggling claims cast shadow over Brexit’s £8m diamond geezer Arron Banks

Voice of America (August 9, 2019): South Sudan In Focus

Australian Strategic Policy Institute (August 9, 219): Policy, Guns and Money: Fuel security, India, Africa and more (August 8, 2019): Congo-Kinshasa: Ryan Gosling, John Prendergast and Fidel Bafilemba Donate Book Proceeds to Congolese Activists and NGOs

Radio Dabanga (August 7, 2019): Sudan: U.S. Under Secretary Visits Sudan Capital

Associated Press (August 6, 2019): A New Strongman in Sudan? Experts Aren’t So Sure

Oregon State University Newsroom (August 1, 2019): OSU to host Holocaust and Genocide Curriculum Symposium in Portland – Enough’s Ian Schwab to Present Keynote


East African (July 21, 2019): South Sudan on the spot over violation of human rights

OCCRP (July 17, 2019): Sprouting Weapons of War

Radio Dabanga (July 17, 2019): Op-ed Sudan: Hidden economic stakes in ongoing power struggle

Voice of America (July 17, 2019): Sudan’s Power-Sharing Deal Missing Key Details

East African (July 13, 2019): South Sudan @8: Eight years wasted in war, graft?

Global Witness (July 11, 2019): Open Letter to the Responsible Jewellery Council

Education Week (July 8, 2019): Teaching About Human Rights and Genocide: Content, Connections, and Civic Engagement

African Business (July 8, 2019): Sudan’s gold: Hemedti’s untold power

BBC/PRI’s The World with Marco Werman (July 5, 2019): A deal reached in Sudan

Al Jazeera (July 4, 2019): Sudan: Opposition talks with army on transition continue

Washington Times (July 1, 2019): New Sudan clashes raise doubts over political solution


Washington Times (June 27, 2019): U.S. sanctions threat on Sudan’s junta increases pressure for transition to civilian rule

Beige (June 27, 2019): Beige Notes im Juni: Heute als Sudan-Ausgabe – weil eine kleine Randnotiz in den News dem Thema nicht gerecht wird

Radio Dabanga (June 26, 2019): USA may target Sudan officials with sanctions

Middle East Eye (June 26, 2019): EU accused of ‘hiding’ links to Sudanese armed groups in migration funding

Radio Dabanga (June 23, 2019): US State Department: Sudan should do more to combat human trafficking

El Nuevo Diario (June 21, 2019): Derrocan a dictador, se queda su sicario

Bustle (June 21, 2019): 11 Books About Sudan That Will Help You Understand The Ongoing Crisis

Washington Times (June 20, 2019): South Sudan struggles despite months-old peace deal

Elle India (June 19, 2019): Sudan crisis: What’s happening, and how you can help

African News Agency (June 19, 2019): Despite signing of peace agreement South Sudan’s economy continues to deteriorate

The New Republic (June 18, 2019): The West’s Complicity in Sudan’s Massacres

Mondiaal Nieuws (June 17, 2019): Jean-Jacques Lumumba: ‘Corruptie is rem op ontwikkeling van het Afrikaanse continent’

WNYC Studios (June 17, 2019): The Takeaway: Massacre of Pro-Democratic Protesters Brings Global Attention to Crisis in Sudan

AFP (June 16, 2019): Social media goes blue in solidarity with Sudan protesters

Der Bund (June 16, 2019): Kabila wollte mit Schweizer Hilfe das Finanzsystem unterwandern

New York Time (June 15, 2019): Sudan Ousted a Brutal Dictator. His Successor Was His Enforcer.

Refinery 29 (June 15, 2019): As Sudan Faces Political Upheaval & A Food Crisis, Here’s How To Help

KCRW (June 14, 2019): Crisis in Sudan becomes a cause on social media with #BlueforSudan

NPR Here&Now (June 14, 2019): Sudanese Military Admits Role In Violent Crackdown On Protesters

Europa Press (June 14, 2019): Mueren trece personas a causa de un derrumbe en una mina de oro en el noreste de RDC

AFP (June 14, 2019): Les réseaux sociaux se parent de bleu en soutien aux manifestants soudanais

Cosmopolitan (June 13, 2019): Here’s What’s Going On in Sudan and How You Can Help Those Affected by Violent Military Attacks

Elle Australia (June 13, 2019): 5 Ways To Help The People Of Sudan Amid The Humanitarian Crisis

Complex (June 13, 2019): Sudan Massacre: What’s Happening and How to Help

AFP (June 13, 2019): US names envoy to find ‘peaceful political solution’ in Sudan: official

Fast Company (June 13, 2019): How to help Sudan: 7 things you can do right now for a country in crisis

PopSugar (June 13, 2019): George Clooney Urges Congress to Act on the Crisis in Sudan: “Much More Can Be Done”

Africa Times (June 13, 2019): Actor Clooney, NGO co-founder appeal for action on Sudan

Voice of America (June 13, 2019): Africa 54: Interview with John Dell’Osso

AFP (June 12, 2019): Clooney pide actuar contra los activos de generales sudaneses en el mundo

People Magazine South Africa (June 12, 2019): George Clooney urging U.S. leaders to seize assets of Sudan’s military

Eye Witness News South Africa (June 12, 2019): Opinion: Sudanese Enthusiastic as Negotiations Resume

AFP (June 12, 2019): Soudan: reprise prochaine des négociations après trois jours de désobéissance civile (June 11, 2019): Clooney pede ações contra ativos de generais sudaneses no mundo

VoA Afrique (June 11, 2019): Les investissements secrets de la famille Kabila – Entretien

AFP (June 11, 2019): Clooney urges action on Sudan generals’ assets

ReliefWeb (June 6, 2019): Christian Aid joins call for accountability after killings of peaceful protesters in Sudan

Foreign Policy (June 5, 2019): Arab States Foment Sudan Chaos While U.S. Stands By

Bistandsaktuelt Online (June 5, 2019): Krigsherren som kom inn i varmen

Devex (June 4, 2019): South Sudan’s future depends on getting children back in school, aid actors say

Deutsche Welle (June 3, 2019): La corruption répandue chez les politiques africains


Eye Radio (May 30, 2019): Human rights organizations ask UNSC to maintain arms embargo and sanctions on South Sudan

Africa Times (May 30, 2019): 16 NGOs appeal to UNSC on South Sudan

Relief Web (May 29, 2019): Open Letter addressed to the UN Security Council in advance of the negotiations for renewal sanctions regime and arms embargo on South Sudan anticipated on 30 May 2019

Associated Press (May 29, 2019): South Sudan Struggles to Increase Oil Production After War

Radio Dabanga (May 28, 2019): RSF livestock raids leave two dead, and three injured in North Darfur

Congo Forum (May 25, 2019): REVUE DE LA PRESSE CONGOLAISE DE CE JEUDI (May 25, 2019): Rapport The Sentry : L’os du mépris jeté en pâture à l’opinion » (Tribune de Daniel Ngoie)

Desk Eco (Congo) (May 25, 2019): RDC : Les 4 recommandations de « The Sentry » à l’issue de l’ enquête sur « Kwanza Capital »

Financial Afrik (May 24, 2019): Joseph Kabila accusé d’avoir voulu faire main basse sur les banques congolaises

The Africa Report (May 24, 2019): DRC: ex-president Joseph Kabila’s attempt to buy Congolese banks

Deutsche Welle (May 24, 2019): Joseph Kabila rattrapé par un nouveau scandale

The Economist (May 23, 2019): How can Uganda export so much more gold than it mines?

VoA Lingala (May 23, 2019): Kabila na bato baye balingaki kozwa ba banques banso na maboko na bango

VoA Afrique (May 23, 2019): Les investissements secrets des Kabilas

RFI (France) (May 23, 2019): Journal afrique 23/05/2019 08h30 GMT

VoA Portugues (May 23, 2019): Empresa de Bastos de Morais citada em caso de lavagem de dinheiro na RDC

Kinshasa Times (May 23, 2019): ONG Sentry dénonce la gestion des proches de Kabila dans Kwanza Capital

RFI (France) (May 23, 2019): RDC: un rapport de l’ONG Sentry met en cause la gestion du clan Kabila

YouTube (May 22, 2019): Livestream: Covert Capital: Illicit Finance in DR Congo

Atlantic Council (May 22, 2019): Covert Capital: Illicit Finance in the DR Congo

Jeune Afrique (May 22, 2019): RDC : quand l’entourage de Joseph Kabila voulait racheter les banques congolaises (May 22, 2019): La famille de Joseph Kabila de nouveau indexée dans un rapport sur le blanchiment d’argent (May 22, 2019): La famille Kabila a tenté de s’approprier un quart du secteur bancaire de la RDC (The Sentry)

AFP (May 22, 2019): RDC: des proches de Kabila ont tenté de mettre la main sur un quart du secteur bancaire du pays

ACAMS (May 22, 2019): Congolese Firm Served as ‘Cash Machine’ and Waypoint for Corruption: Report

Jeune Afrique (May 22, 2019): RDC : quand le clan Kabila voulait racheter les banques congolaises

Radio Dabanga (May 22, 2019):  TMC deputy warns Sudan’s main militia against attacks on civilians

La Verdad (May 21, 2019): El lobo de la sabana

Radio Dabanga (May 20, 2019):  Sudan militia commander: ‘Killers of protesters at Khartoum sit-in arrested’

PML Daily (May 14, 2019): INVESTIGATION: The boom in Uganda’s real estates, bridging opportunities for money launderers

Zoom eco (May 13, 2019): RDC : réformes anti-corruption, Enough Project propose une double approche !

East African (May 11, 2019): Tshisekedi, Kabila standoff causes anxiety in DR Congo

Le Soft (May 8, 2019): Congo, enrayer la corruption dans le contexte post-électoral (May 3, 2019): Congo-Kinshasa: New Report – Strategies for Cleaning Up Corruption in Post-Election DR Congo

ReliefWeb (May 2, 2019): République démocratique du Congo : miser sur les réformes pour enrayer la corruption dans le contexte post-électoral

ReliefWeb (May 2, 2019): Leveraging Reform: Fighting Corruption in Post-Election DR Congo


AfricaNews (April 29, 2019): ‘Congo Stories’: Battling centuries of exploitation and greed [This is Culture]

AFP (April 27, 2019): C. African city casts worried eye at the rise of the warlord

de Standaard (April 20, 2019): ‘Gold is a dirty business, even if I do say so myself’

Sudan Tribune (April 20, 2019): Will uprising in Sudan provide a new political dispensation?

Libération (April 18, 2019): En Centrafrique, les seigneurs de guerre tirent profit de la paix

Voice of America Afrique (April 18, 2019): Washington Forum: Interview with Suliman Baldo on Sudan

Le Monde (April 18, 2019): En Centrafrique, l’accord de paix promeut les chefs de guerre mais les violences perdurent

AFP (April 18, 2019): Centrafrique: au nom de la paix, un chef de guerre à la tête de Bambari

MoneyWeek (April 18, 2019): A new spring for Africa’s dictatorships

Reuters (April 17, 2019): South Sudan economy to rebound on oil output, peace deal, finance minister says

TRT (April 16, 2019): Sudanese fear military rule

Sudan Tribune (April 16, 2019): U.S. activists call for international measures to prevent capital flight from Sudan

Le Monde (April 15, 2019): Après la chute d’Omar Al-Bachir, la confusion règne au Soudan

AFP (April 15, 2019): Sudan leaders face pressure for transfer to civilian rule

Washington Post (April 14, 2019): OP-ED: George Clooney and John Prendergast: Sudan needs more than words. It needs action.

Eye Radio (April 13, 2019): Next Sudan’s president should reflect the people’s choice – US activists

BBC News Hour (April 13, 2019): What’s next for Sudan?

New York Times (April 12, 2019): Sudan General Steps Down as Transitional Leader a Day After al-Bashir’s Ouster

AFP (April 12, 2019): Profile: How Ibn Auf went from regime insider to new Sudan ruler

Radio Dabanga (April 12, 2019): ‘Palace coup’ causes concerns from opposition and policy group

CNN International (April 12, 2019): Sudan in crisis

Voice of America Afrique (April 12, 2019): Transition au Soudan : l’analyse de Suliman Baldo, conseiller à Enough Project

AFP (April 12, 2019): Ibn Ouf, regime insider turned new Sudan ruler

Bloomberg (April 12, 2019): Sudan’s Dictator Is Toppled, but His Regime Remains

Radio Dabanga (April 11,  2019): Sudan uprising: Sit-ins continue in Khartoum, states

Al Jazeera (April 11, 2019): Awad Ibn Auf, the head of Sudan’s new ruling council

Arab News (April 11, 2019): World reacts to the downfall of Omar Al-Bashir in Sudan

France 24 (April 11, 2019):  السودان.. من أطاح بالبشير؟

AFP (April 11, 2019): Soudan: George Clooney appelle à “démanteler” le “système” après la chute de Bachir

El Nacionel (April 11, 2019): George Clooney pidió desmantelar el sistema militar en Sudán

AFP (April 11, 2019): Clooney says Bashir toppling not enough for Sudan

Associated Press (April 11, 2019): The Latest: Clooney says ouster of al-Bashir not enough

Associated Press (April 11, 2019): Leader of Sudan coup on US sanction list for Darfur genocide

Voice of America (April 4, 2019): South Sudan in Focus

Radio Dabanga (April 4, 2019): Sudan uprising: ‘Govt mobilisation will not provoke popular movement to violence’

Al Rakoba (April 4, 2019): الخبير الاستراتيجي د. سليمان بلدو يرد على أحمد هارون ونافع علي نافع حول موكب شباب المؤتمر الوطني المضاد يوم (6) أبريل

Federal News Network (April 4, 2019): Office that protects US foreign assets could do more with better funds

Sudan Tribune (April 3, 2019): New report warns of severe risks of money laundering in Sudan

Undiscovered (April 2, 2019): Kony 2019


East African (March 24, 2019): With zero Senators, DRC president faces litmus test of legitimacy

Le Figaro (March 23, 2019): À Bangui, l’accord de paix sauvé de justesse

Voice of America (March 13, 2019): Sudan’s Crackdown on Protest Stirs Concern

Arshaq Al-Awsat (March 1, 2019): US Organization Criticizes Washington’s Spurring Investment in Sudan


Radio Dabanga (February 28, 2019): Enough Project: Sudan’s response to protests, State of Emergency ‘red lines’ for US investment

Voice of America (February 23, 2019): Sudan Declares National Emergency as Protests Continue

The Hill (February 22, 2019): OP-ED: A roadmap for the US in DRC and other budding African democracies (By Sasha Lezhnev, Michael O’Hanlon)

Middle East Monitor (February 20, 2019): Sudan, US discuss progressing ‘bilateral dialogue’

Global Investigations Review (February 19, 2019): NGOs welcome impact of Global Magnitsky Act

Power 98.7 (February 19, 2019): Should SA invest in South Sudan’s oil industry?

Radio Dabanga (February 19, 2019): New bilateral talks between US delegation, Sudan

Mac Rumors (February 15, 2019): Apple Releases 2018 Conflict Minerals Report, Remains ‘Deeply Committed’ to Responsible Sourcing

North Africa Post (February 13, 2019): South Sudan to produce 350,000 bpd by 2020

African Arguments (February 12, 2019): OP-ED: Sudan: A genuine, peaceful people’s revolution in the making (By Dr. Suliman Baldo and Dr. Lutz Oette)

Guardian (February 13, 2019): South Sudan peace deal funds spent on renovating politicians’ homes

Arshaq Al-Awsat (February 9, 2019): Sudan: Tear Gas Fired at Mosque in Omdurman, Mahdi Targeted

Voice of America (February 7, 2019): Sudan President Reportedly Softens Stance Amid Protests

Brookings Institution Blog (February 7, 2019): What did elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo mean? Experts discuss

Radio Dabanga (February 6, 2019): Enough Project: US should suspend talks with Sudan, impose global sanctions

World ECR (February 1, 2019): Interview: Brad Brooks-Rubin of the Enough Project and The Sentry


FBI Retired Case File Review (January 30, 2019): Debra LaPrevotte – Kleptocracy, International Corruption, and Recovering Human Remains

RUSI Journal (January 28, 2019): Beyond Force Transformation: Rethinking South Sudan’s Defence Policy

Le Monde (January 25, 2019): A Kharthoum, la Centrafrique se cherche un chemin vers la paix

AFP (January 23, 2019): S.Sudan urges foreign partners to fund peace deal

7D News (January 23, 2019): Sudan’s Unprecedented Protests Continue

The Exchange (January 19, 2019): IBM and Ford lead blockchain scheme to stop Congo’s bleeding cobalt

RTBF (January 18, 2019): Contestation populaire au Soudan: “Il y a un effondrement du système politique du président el-Béchir”

New York Times (January 16, 2019): Marching Toward a Massacre: The people of Sudan need the world’s help to protect them from their genocidal president.

Daily Monitor (January 13, 2019): What a ‘normal’ DR Congo would mean for Uganda

De Tijd (January 12, 2019): Het gebroken hart van Afrika

DeutscheWelle (January 10, 2019): Congo: Felix Tshisekedi ‘win’ challenged by local Catholic church

Voice of America (January 10, 2019): Western Powers Voice Skepticism, Concern Over DRC Election Results

RFI (January 10, 2019): Tshisekedi ‘negotiated’ Congolese election result with Kabila, says Fayulu

Associated Press (January 9, 2019): The Latest: Police, military seen near Congo opposition area

Wall Street Journal (January 9, 2019): Surprise Winner Declared in Congo Presidential Election

New York Times (January 9, 2019): Congo Says Felix Tshisekedi Won Election, Rebuffing Independent Review

Daily Monitor (January 7, 2018): How illicit trade is affecting gold sector

Associated Press (January 7, 2018): Actor Ryan Gosling urges equitable trade in Congo minerals

C-SPAN Book TV (January 6, 2019): Congo Stories

Resource Clips (January 3, 2019): The Congo’s increasing instability heightens critical minerals concern



CNN International (December 30, 2018): Congo Polls Open in Historic Transfer of Power

Liberation (December 28, 2018): RDC : La fraude, éternelle participante

TIME (December 28, 2018): OPED: Our World Runs on Resources Looted From Congo. That’s Why Democratic Elections Alone Can’t Solve the Country’s Problems (by John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev)

BBC (December 28, 2018): DR Congo elections: Why do voters mistrust electronic voting?

Financial Times (December 21, 2018): Postponement threatens to inflame tense situation in African nation amid fears of poll rigging

Slate (December 21, 2018): John Prendergast and Fidel Bafilemba discuss their new book, with guests Ryan Gosling and Chouchou Namegabe.

Wall Street Journal (December 17, 2018): Risk and Compliance Journal: U.S. Targets Corporate Networks Amid Sanctions Push in South Sudan

Herald Sun (December 17, 2018): Children of Sudanese general James Hoth Mai lose million-dollar assets suspected to be proceeds of crime

The Age (December 17, 2018): African general pinged by George Clooney loses case against police

Sudan Tribune (December 15, 2018): U.S. imposes targeted sanctions on three people for fuelling South Sudan conflict

Haaretz (December 15, 2018): U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Retired Israeli General Over Role in South Sudan’s Civil War

Economist (December 15, 2018): South Sudan’s neighbours help launder the loot from its civil war

Voice of America (December 14, 2018): South Sudan in Focus

Metro UK (December 14, 2018): Ryan Gosling shares ‘harrowing’ experience of meeting Congolese rape victim and it’s heartbreaking

AFP (December 14, 2018): Gosling goes behind the camera for DRCongo book

Washington Post (December 14, 2018): Ryan Gosling comes to D.C. to promote one of his many roles: Humanitarian

Associated Press (December 14, 2018): US sanctions 3 over activities in South Sudan’s civil war

Radio Dabanga (December 12, 2018): Sudan remains on US religious freedom blacklist

Hollywood Reporter (December 12, 2018): Ryan Gosling Talks Congo Visit at Los Angeles Book Panel

Voice of America Afrique (December 12, 2018): Le Monde Aujourd’hui

LiveMint (December 6, 2018): Recycling smartphones may help keep gorilla habitats intact

Elle UK (December 5, 2018): Robin Wright On Activism, Setting Up Her Own Business – And What Empowerment Means To Her

American Conservative (December 5, 2018): Saudi Arabia’s Blood Pact With a Genocidal Strongman

EcoWatch (December 3, 2018): Otters, Polar Bears and Abraham Lincoln: The Best New Environmental Books of December

Middle East Eye (December 1, 2018): Sudan warms to Washington even as defiant Bashir berates US meddling

Vogue UK (December 1, 2018): Robin Wright’s Sleepwear Brand Has A Conscious Caveat


Sustainable Brands (November 28, 2018): Powering Down Corruption’ in Cobalt Supply Chains a Business Imperative

AFP (November 21, 2018): S Sudan woos investors as peace deal revives oil industry

The Age (Australia) (November 19, 2018): South Sudanese general caught by George Clooney ‘laundering’ money in Melbourne

AFP (November 17, 2018): Centrafrique: Un ex-chef de milice extradé vers la Cour pénale internationale

AFP (November 16, 2018): Centrafrique: nouvelle éruption de violences, 37 morts

Radio Tamazuj (November 16, 2018): Sudan’s economic crisis caused by massive corruption: report

Radio Dabanga (November 15, 2018): Analyst: ‘Sudan President Omar Al Bashir will not make concessions to USA’

Voice of America (November 14, 2018): Sudan Diplomat: Talks to Remove Sudan From US Terror List to Begin (November 9, 2018): Grands lacs : La nomination du nouvel envoyé spécial de Trump est un signal adressé aux dirigeants congolais (Enough project)

Foreign Policy (November 8, 2018): Trump Administration Gives Sudan a Way to Come in From the Cold

Metal Miner (November 8, 2018): Conflict Gold Could Be Entering the U.S. Market Via Major Companies

RFI (November 7, 2018): Fears of arms race in CAR as armed groups fight government

Agência Lusa (November 7, 2018): Conflito na RCA não tem fim à vista e está a ficar parecido com o da Síria – ONG

Foreign Policy Blog (November 7, 2018): Conflict Minerals: A Manifestation of Modern-Day Colonialism

Spend Matters (November 6, 2018): Study: Conflict gold from Africa may be in U.S. markets, passing through major companies

East African (November 3, 2018): South Sudan governor fired after teak wood exposé

Europa Press (November 3, 2018): Miembros de la élite de Sudán del Sur usan bancos del país para sacar fondos y otras prácticas corruptas

Reuters (November 2, 2018): Electric car demand fueling rise in child labor in DR Congo: campaigners

Washington Post (November 1, 2018): The careful and often subtle social activism of Aaron Rodgers, NFL’s biggest superstar

JCK Online (November 1, 2018): Conflict-Free Artisanal Gold Exported From the Congo


Radio Dabanga (October 31, 2018): Sudanese priest charged with apostasy – eight other Christians forced to return to Islam

Europa Press (October 28, 2018): La explotación de minas de oro en zonas en conflicto en RDC financia la guerra en el país, según The Sentry

East African (October 27, 2018): Politics overlaps with banking in South Sudan

IDEX Online (October 25, 2018): Responsible Artisanal Gold Solutions Forum Announces First Conflict-Free Supply Chain

Retail Jeweller (October 25, 2018): First conflict-free artisanal gold from Congo retails in US

Voice of America (October 25, 2018): South Sudan in Focus

Standard (October 25, 2018): Kenya must help Juba recover stolen wealth

Radio Dabanga (October 25, 2018): Appointment of former NISS chief as Sudan ambassador to USA ‘shocking affront’

Daily Beast (October 25, 2018): OP-ED: This Terror Sponsor Just Got Into the U.S. on a Diplomatic Passport (By John Prendergast)

Gazet Van Antwerpen (October 25, 2018): Antwerpse zakenman na betichting van goudsmokkel: “George Clooney mag pittige rechtszaak verwachten”

De Morgen (October 25, 2018): Is Belgische miljonair spil in goudsmokkel uit Congolees conflictgebied?

Voice of America (October 24, 2018): Straight Talk Africa: Investigative Journalism in Africa: Exposing Corruption, Child Exploitation and More

Radio Tamazuj (October 24, 2018): New report exposes pervasive risks, political control in S Sudan banking sector

Belga News Agency (October 24, 2018): De l’or congolais exporté illégalement raffiné par l’usine d’Alain Goetz selon une ONG

Belga News Agency (October 24, 2018): Illegaal geëxporteerd goud uit Congo verwerkt door bedrijf van Belg Alain Goetz (ngo) (October 21, 2018): Schweizer Unternehmen profitierte vom Konflikt-Gold

Chemical Watch (October 24, 2018): Conflict gold reaching US company supply chains, says NGO report

Voice of America (October 19, 2018): Sudanese Official: We Are Not Sponsoring Terrorists

Voice of America (October 16, 2018): Africa54: Investigative Documentary Reveals South Sudanese Profiteers

Kenya Insights (October 15, 2018): Accusations Emerge That South Sudan Warlord Paul Malong Paid Sh600K For Cleansing Interview As Kenyans Slams Jeff Koinange For Granting The Interview

Standard (October 7, 2018): Kenya sits on the fence over neighbour’s loot amid warning from US

Standard (October 7, 2018): Exclusive: Elites who loot South Sudan to live large in Nairobi

Foreign Policy (October 5, 2018): Remember South Sudan? Washington Would Prefer Not to

Sudan Tribune (October 4, 2018): Why We Support Escalated Financial Pressure and Consequences: An Open Letter to the South Sudanese People

Voice of America (October 3, 2018): South Sudan in Focus: Open Letter from the Enough Project to the South Sudanese People


Radio Miraya (September 27, 2018): Experts warn ‘number of dead in South Sudan could rise’ if Peace agreement is not honored

Eye Radio (September 27, 2018): New report reveals over 380,000 died in S. Sudan conflict

NY Times (September 26, 2018): 383,000: Estimated Death Toll in South Sudan’s War (September 25, 2018): OP-ED: The Last U.S.-Brokered Peace in Africa (By John Prendergast)

East African (September 25, 2018): South Sudan’s Kiir promotes UN-sanctioned general (September 25, 2018): شعارات السيادة الوطنية وواقع الرضوخ للضغوط الدولية 

TRT World (September 25, 2018): Is South Sudan’s army targeting civilians?

Al Rakoba (September 23, 2018): مخصصات عناصر الدعم السريع تربك أداء المصارف

Voice of America (September 21, 2018): South Sudan in Focus: Authors of a new report issued through the ‘Enough Project’ say the new deal will do little to change the situation in South Sudan

Catholic Radio Network (September 21, 2018): Enough Project warns South Sudan peace deal does not address root cause of war

Baylor Lariat (September 19, 2018): Demand conflict-free products

Sudan Tribune (September 19, 2018): Sudan, U.S. to discuss removal from terror list (September 18, 2018): South Sudan’s new peace deal — will it hold?

Ethics Daily (September 17, 2018): South Sudan Peace Agreement Brings Tempered Hope

NY Times (September 16, 2018): Go after the money to stop human rights crimes (By John Prendergast)

La Libre (September 14, 2018): RDC : « Il faut des sanctions financières contre Kabila et les siens » pour The Sentry

Jurist (September 14, 2018): South Sudan president and rebel leader sign peace deal, ending seven-year civil war

AFP (September 13, 2018): Soudan du Sud : le nouvel accord de paix accueilli avec prudence

AFP (September 13, 2018): Weariness and Low Expectations Greet Latest South Sudan Deal

East African (September 13, 2018): South Sudan main rivals sign the long-awaited final peace deal

Al Araby (September 13, 2018): South Sudan warring parties sign ‘final’ peace deal

Voice of America (September 13, 2018): South Sudan in Focus: South Sudan’s warring parties signed what they call a final peace deal to end five years of conflict that has killed tens of thousands.

Daily Beast (September 12, 2018): OP-ED: In South Sudan, A Peace Deal Without Peace (By John Prendergast and Brian Adeba)

Belga News Agency (September 12, 2018): Zuid-Soedanese regering en rebellen tekenen vredesakkoord

Associated Press (September 12, 2018): South Sudan government and rebels sign another peace deal

Voice of America (September 11, 2018): South Sudan in Focus: The founder of the Enough Project links corruption with the ongoing conflict in South Sudan

Eye Radio (September 11, 2018): UN Security Council told to ‘hijack’ corrupt state institutions

Catholic Radio Network (September 11, 2018): Enough Project urges UN to have strong financial actions to support peace

Washington Post 9September 10, 2018): The Cybersecurity 202: The U.S. is warning Congo that using electronic voting machines could backfire

Radio Dabanga (September 9, 2018): Sudan militia prevents smuggling of 154 men to Libya

Radio Dabanga (September 6, 2018): Militia leader: ‘Sudan no longer combats human trafficking’


Associated Press (August 30, 2018): Oil-rich South Sudan to resume production in war-hit region

Geographical (August 23, 2018): Are lab diamonds the world’s best friend?

Sudan Tribune (August 17, 2018): South Sudanese blacklisted general travelled to China despite UN sanctions

Foreign Policy (August 16, 2018): The U.N. Can’t Bring Peace to the Central African Republic

Middle East Eye (August 16, 2018): Omar al-Bashir’s nomination draws fire from all sides in Sudan

East African (August 16, 2018): South Sudan army chief defies UN travel ban with visit to China

Voice of America (August 16, 2018): South Sudan in Focus

Eye Radio (August 15, 2018): World urged to enforce sanctions after Jok’s China visit

Sudan Tribune (August 12, 2018): Sudan’s al-Bashir accepts nomination for president in 2020 election

Le Potentiel (August 9, 2018): « Kabila pose un acte de courage politique »

Radio Dabanga (August 8, 2018): ‘Mediating South Sudan accord is in Sudan’s best interests’

Wall Street Journal (August 8, 2018): Congo President Won’t Run Again in Long-Delayed Election

AFP (August 7, 2018): Fears of deja vu as South Sudan gives peace another chance

France24 (August 7, 2018): Soudan du Sud : “Ni Kiir ni Machar ne pourront construire un pays”

Financial Times (August 5, 2018): US ready to impose fresh sanctions on Democratic Republic of Congo

Wall Street Journal (August 5, 2018): South Sudan Leaders Make Another Attempt at Peace

Associated Press (August 5, 2018): South Sudan’s warring leaders sign peace deal to share power

CGTN (August 5, 2018): South Sudan Peace Deal: Transitional government faces multiple challenges

July (July 31, 2018): Diamonds Still Linked to Conflict – Civil Society

Sudan Tribune (July 28, 2018): Five Contentious Issues in the South Sudan Peace Process

Radio Dabanga (July 26, 2018): US Deputy Secretary of State ‘inspired’ by efforts for religious tolerance in Sudan

Sudan Tribune (July 25, 2018): South Sudan government, SPLM-IO initial governance agreement

Radio Dabanga (July 22, 2018): Activist detained in South Darfur

Radio Dabanga (July 22, 2018): Enough Project: Sudan will not stop buying weapons from North Korea (July 19, 2018): Sudan, South Sudan Deploy Joint Forces To Protect Oil Fields

AFP (July 14, 2018): En Centrafrique, échec des médiations

AFP (July 13, 2018): UN slaps arms embargo on South Sudan

East African (July 10, 2018): Why DR Congo’s Kabila is only too willing to trade his exit in exchange for immunity

Just Security (July 9, 2018): Squandered Opportunity?—Despite New Agreement, South Sudan’s Civil War Continues

Fox News (July 7, 2018): OP-ED: The other North Korea threat — that almost never gets talked about (By Morgan Ortagus and Brad Brooks-Rubin)

Washington Post (July 7, 2018): By day, he runs for president of South Sudan. By night, he unloads trucks at Lowe’s.

Bloomberg BNA (July 5, 2018): Companies Better at Tracing Supply Chains for Conflict Minerals

Radio Dabanga (July 3, 2018): Sudan, EU: Further cooperation to combat illegal migration

East African (July 3, 2018): OP-ED: Kenyan Money Launderers: Watch Out! (By John Prendergast and Joshua White)


Associated Press (June 30, 2018): South Sudan’s latest cease-fire is violated within hours

Der Standard (June 29, 2018): Umsetzung von Friedensvertrag im Südsudan bleibt unklar

NPR (June 28, 2018): Warring Parties Sign Cease-Fire In South Sudan (June 27, 2018): Which game companies could be using slave labor?

NY Times (June 27, 2018): A Peace Deal for South Sudan Is Signed. Will It Last?

Guardian (June 23, 2018): DRC set for turmoil as Jean-Pierre Bemba expected home within weeks

Reuters (June 21, 2018): U.S. State Department imposes visa ban on several DRCongo officials

RFI (June 21, 2018): Machine à voter en RDC: un collectif américain met en garde contre le piratage

Associated Press (June 21, 2018): Voting machines raise worries in Congo ahead of elections

BBC (June 20, 2018): Focus on Africa – President Salva Kiir of South Sudan and rebel leader Riek Machar meet again

AFP (June 20, 2018): South Sudan foes set to meet after two years

Voice of America (June 20, 2018): South Sudan in Focus – President Salva Kiir and former First Vice President Riek Machar arrive in Addis Ababa to meet face-to-face

AFP (June 19, 2018): South Sudan’s warring leaders to meet for talks in Ethiopia

The Standard (June 18, 2018): Garang hails US sanctions on South Sudan leaders

Daily Nation (June 18, 2018): Kenya rejects US pressure to seize assets of South Sudan leaders

Sudan Tribune (June 18, 2018): Kenya opposes call to seize property of S. Sudan leaders

Wall Street Journal (June 15, 2018): Glencore to Resume Payments to Sanctioned Billionaire Gertler

RFI (June 15, 2018): Ouganda/Kenya: Washington demande des mesures contre les leaders sud-soudanais

Daily Nation (June 15, 2018): Riek Machar supports call to seize assets of South Sudan warlords

The Star (June 15, 2018): S. Sudan dismisses reports of officials’ loot hidden in Kenya

Quartz (June 14, 2018): The US wants Kenya to crack down on illegal investments by South Sudan’s elite

Sudan Tribune (June 14, 2018): US urges crackdown on S. Sudan war money invested in Kenya

Daily Nation (June 14, 2018): “US calls for crackdown on S. Sudan war money invested in Kenya”

The Star (June 13, 2018): US goes after Kiir, Machar’s wealth in Kenya, threatens sanctions

KTN News (June 13, 2018): US warns Kenya: Investigate, prosecute ‘corrupt’ Kiir & Machar or face consequences

AFP (June 13, 2018): Washington demande au Kenya de s’attaquer à l’argent de la guerre au Soudan du Sud

AFP (June 13, 2018): “US calls for crackdown on S. Sudan war money invested in Kenya”

CapitalFM (June 13, 2018): US targets Kiir, Machar in illicit proceeds probe by Kenya

East African (June 13, 2018): Kenya, Uganda urged to seize assets of South Sudan warlords

Daily Nation (June 13, 2018): Kenya urged to seize assets of S.Sudan leaders

Voice of America Swahili (June 13, 2018): Marekani yaionya Uganda, Kenya kuhusu Sudan Kusini

Voice of America (June 12, 2018): US Official Urges Uganda, Kenya to Stop Corrupt South Sudanese Investments

Wall Street Journal (June 12, 2018): U.S. Warns Banks About Human Rights Abusers, Imposes Sanctions

Associated Press (June 11, 2018): US Urges Regional Governments to Block South Sudan War Money

Eye Radio (June 11, 2018): U.S urged to force Uganda to block flow of S. Sudan’s corruption gains

Sudan Tribune (June 11, 2018): Advocacy group urges US official to tackle S. Sudan money laundering

East African (June 11, 2018): US official in Africa to discuss illicit cash flows from South Sudan

Radio Dabanga (June 7, 2018): New paper examines effect of US economic sanctions Staff Sanctions

Daily Beast (June 6, 2018): OP-ED: Congo’s Looting and Killing Machine Moves Into High Gear John Prendergast Congo (by John Prendergast)

Care2 (June 6, 2018): Are You Unintentionally Buying Conflict Minerals?

Radio Tamazuj (June 1, 2018): UN gives South Sudan one month to stop fighting or face sanctions

Eye Radio (June 1, 2018): IGAD, AU told to put financial pressure on S. Sudan


Voice of America (May 28, 2018): South Sudan in Focus

Voice of America (May 25, 2018): S. Sudan Warring Parties Could Face More Sanctions

Voice of America (May 23, 2018): Straight Talk Africa

AFP (May 19,2018): Centrafrique: une lutte d’influence diplomatique et sécuritaire

Devex (May 18, 2018): Despite corrupt regime, cutting off aid to South Sudan isn’t the right move (May 17, 2018): Inside the investigation targeting Narre Warren homeowners from war-torn South Sudan

NPR (May 13, 2018): Weekend Edition: South Sudan Update

Sudan Tribune (May 13, 2018): Use financial sanctions on South Sudanese leaders but don’t cut aid: Prendergast

ABC (May 13, 2018): Court document sheds new light on alleged money laundering case involving former South Sudanese military general

Eye Radio (May 10, 2018): Prendergast calls on increased attention, pressure on S. Sudan

Jeune Afrique (May 5, 2018): RDC : Francis Selemani Mtwale, proche de Joseph Kabila, quitte la direction générale de BGFIBank au Congo

Sudan Tribune (May 3, 2018): Washington still has to review Sudan North Korea relations

AFP (May 3, 2018): L’ONG de Clooney épingle une banque pro-Kabila Staff Congo George Clooney, The Sentry

La Libre (May 3, 2018): RDC: une ONG américaine appelle à des sanctions contre la BGFI

AFP (May 2, 2018): Centrafrique: le spectre des violences interreligieuses ressurgit

AFP (May 2, 2018): C.African president lashes religious exploitation after bloodshed

AFP (May 1, 2018): Au moins 24 morts dans les affrontements mardi à Bangui


Daily Monitor (April 29, 2018): Has Kony permanently settled in Central African Republic?

Voice of America (April 26, 2018): South Sudan in Focus

Displaced (April 24, 2018): John Prendergast: The Enough Project, South Sudan – and working with George Clooney

Kean News (April 23, 2018): Advocacy 101: A How-to on Activism

Radio Dabanga (April 23, 2018): RSF militia captures 66 migrants in North Darfur

New York Times (April 22, 2018): By Stifling Migration, Sudan’s Feared Secret Police Aid Europe

Middle East Eye (April 21, 2018): Blood and gold: Now Sudan’s land wars have spread to mining

AFP (April 21, 2018): Minister’s ouster unlikely to slow Sudan’s push to get off US ‘terror’ list

Radio Dabanga (April 20, 2018): Sudan police raid hostage sites, refugees in custody (April 20, 2018): Une ONG américaine demande au fabriquant des machines à voter de les retirer

Radio Dabanga (April 15, 2018): “Commander of Sudan’s main militia wants international recognition”

Radio Dabanga (April 6, 2018): Sudanese company: 70,000 miners in South Darfur

East African (April 3, 2018): Clergy cautions Juba against corruption and injustices 


Sudan Tribune (March 30, 2018): EU urged to help revive South Sudan’s peace process

ReliefWeb (March 30, 2018): EuroPressure: EU Financial Leverage for Impact in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (March 28, 2018): U.S. Congressmen call to link normalization with Sudan to freedoms and human rights

CNN (March 28, 2018): Newsroom – Heart of Nuba

Sudan Tribune (March 22, 2018): U.S. targets South Sudan’s oil entities over civil war

Eye Radio (March 22, 2018): Enough Project backs US sanctions on S. Sudan oil entities

AFP (March 21, 2018): US restricts trade with South Sudanese oil firms

Associated Press (March 21, 2018): US pressures South Sudan’s oil sector over civil war

Voice of America (March 21, 2018): US Targets 15 South Sudan Oil Entities in New Restrictions

AFP (March 15, 2018): S.Sudan appoints new finance minister to revive economy

Hollywood Reporter (March 14, 2018): George Clooney Says Battling Corruption Will Help End African Conflicts

Axios (March 14, 2018): George Clooney: Fighting corruption could help end African conflicts

East Africa Monitor (March 12, 2018): South Sudan leaders using oil to fund war, new report says

Axios (March 12, 2018): Report: South Sudan’s elite are using oil to fund conflict

The New Arab (March 9, 2018): EU migration deal emboldens war criminals in Sudan

Metro (March 9, 2018): Apple reports on ‘conflict minerals’ and ‘armed groups’ as part of new legal filings

Voice of America (March 6, 2018): Report: Some Top Officials in South Sudan Profit from War Proceeds

Deutsche Welle (March 6, 2018): Ripoti: Mapato ya mafuta Sudani Kusini yafadhili vita

NTB (March 6, 2018): Sør-Sudan støtter militser med oljepenger

Sudan Tribune (March 6, 2018): South Sudan denies using oil money to fund ongoing civil war

Sudan Tribune (March 6, 2018): South Sudan elites using oil money to fund militias and get rich, says report (March 6, 2018): Activists Accuse South Sudan Of Using Oil Wealth For War Crimes

Bloomberg (March 6, 2018): South Sudan Oil Linked to Militias Needs Oversight, Groups Say

RFI (March 6, 2018): South Sudan’s oil company used to fund militia, reports claim

Associated Press (March 5, 2018): South Sudan oil money corruptly funds civil war, say reports

Reuters (March 5, 2018): Activists accuse South Sudan of using oil cash to fund conflict

New York Times (March 5, 2018): South Sudan oil money corruptly funds civil war, say reports

New York Times (March 5, 2018): Activists accuse South Sudan of using oil cash to fund conflict

Washington Post (March 5, 2018): South Sudan oil money corruptly funds civil war, say reports

BBC (March 5, 2018): Africa Live: South Sudan denies using oil cash to fund conflict

Fox (March 5, 2018): South Sudan oil money corruptly funds civil war, say reports

Radio Tamazuj (March 5, 2018): South Sudan’s elite used oil to fund deadly militias, get richer – report

Eye Radio (March 5, 2018): Leaders accused of using oil money to fuel conflict

African Press Agency (March 5, 2018): Oil fueling South Sudan conflict – Report

Europa Press (March 5, 2018): El Gobierno de Sudán del Sur habría usado fondos de la petrolera estatal para financiar a milicias, según The Sentry

African Arguments (March 5, 2018): “They amused themselves with my body”: Male survivors of sexual violence stay silent in CAR 


Radio Dabanga (February 28, 2018): HUDO calls for ‘urgent action’ after Khartoum North church demolished

Radio Dabanga (February 28, 2018): “Wrong time for US to remove Sudan from the terrorism list”

BBC (February 25, 2018): HARDTalk with Petroleum Minister, South Sudan – Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth

Sudan Tribune (February 25, 2018): Ghandour plays down calls to keep Sudan on U.S. terror list

Afia Darfur Radio (February 25, 2018): منظمات تطالب بعدم ازالة اسم السودان من قائمة الارهاب

Afia Darfur Radio (February 24, 2018): كفاية تطالب واشنطن بعدم تطبيع العلاقات مع الخرطوم

U.S. News & World Report (February 23 , 2018): OP-ED – Don’t Remove Sudan from the Terrorism List (by John Prendergast)

Radio Dabanga (February 23 , 2018): منظمة كفاية: على إدارة ترامب عدم المسارعة في التطبيع مع السودان ورفعه من قائمة الإرهاب

Sudan Tribune (February 23 , 2018): Enough suggests benchmarks for Sudan’s removal from U.S. terror list

Radio Dabanga (February 22 , 2018): New Enough Project report raises concerns over Sudan’s ‘charm offensive’

CNBC (February 22 , 2018): Apple’s potential mining play is about more than money, industry experts say

The Cougar’s Byte (February 22 , 2018): Kean University Students Come Together In The Capital To End Genocide

Times of Israel (February 14, 2018): The Lemkin Summit: Shifting the Conversation on Addressing Genocide and Mass Atrocities

Sudan Tribune (February 13, 2018): Australian Police to seize South Sudan General’s mansion

Daily Mail (February 9, 2018): African general’s Melbourne mansion faces police seizure after tip off from an anti-corruption group headed by George Clooney

Herald Sun (February 9, 2018): Police move to seize ex-South Sudanese General’s $1.5m Narre Warren mansion

Eye Radio (February 6, 2018): Int’l community told to exert financial pressure on S. Sudan

Radio Tamazuj (February 5, 2018): Advocacy group urges South Sudan parties to ‘start negotiating seriously’

East African (February 4, 2018): Kenyan, Ugandan banks targeted in fresh sanctions on Juba warlords

OmVärlden (February 3, 2018): Livet efter Kony

CGTN (February 2, 2018): U.S.A mulls arms embargo to force Juba to maintain peace

Reuters (February 2, 2018): U.S. ups pressure on South Sudan’s Kiir, bans arms sales

Der Spiegel (February 2, 2018): USA erlassen neues Waffenembargo

Financial Times (February 2, 2018): Washington imposes weapons embargo on South Sudan a bid


AFP (January 28, 2018): Soudan du Sud : “Le moment est venu” d’imposer des sanctions, estime Moussa Faki

Catholic Radio Network (January 26, 2018): “Enough Project urges AU and IGAD to clamp down on peace spoilers”

Washington Post (January 26, 2018): What we, as citizens, can do to fight genocide

Anadolu News Agency (January 26, 2018): S Sudan summons U.S. envoy for ‘unfit partner’ comment

Sudan Tribune (January 26, 2018): Advocacy group wants chiefs of S. Sudan rival forces sanctioned

Eye Radio (January 26, 2018): AU, IGAD told to stop issuing empty threats

Voice of America (January 26, 2018): US Envoy to UN Calls South Sudan Government ‘Unfit Partner’

BBC (January 25, 2018): South Sudan dismisses claim leaders’ failed people

Voice of America (January 25, 2018): South Sudan First VP Vows to Stay on If Machar Returns

The Hill (January 10, 2018): OP-ED: Sudan’s New Cold War Gambit (By John Prendergast & Omer Ismail)

The DePaulia (January 8, 2018): Letter to the editor: U.S. holds responsibility to prevent mineral exploitation in Democratic Republic of Congo

Voice of America (January 2, 2018): South Sudan in Focus



CNN (December 29, 2017): Newsroom – Ongoing crisis in the DRC and South Sudan

Radio Dabanga (December 25, 2017): North Darfur governor: Arms collection far from successful

JCK Magazine (December 22, 2017): Why the Sale of the Peace Diamond Was Significant

La Libre/Belga News Agency (December 21, 2017): Dan Gertler et un Belge visés par des sanctions américaines

AFP (December 21, 2017): US hits Myanmar general in new global rights sanctions

AFP (December 21, 2017): Nouvelles sanctions américaines pour des violations des droits de l’homme

Al Rakoba (December 19, 2017): مؤشرات تثبيت السودان في قائمة الدول الراعية للإرهاب – صحيفة الراكوبة

Hurriyat Sudan (December 13, 2017): كفاية : نظام الخرطوم شريك غير موثوق به في مكافحة الإرهاب

Al-Taghyeer (December 13, 2017): كفاية” تطالب بتدابير ضد التطرف لرفع السودان من قائمة الإرهاب 

Al-Hamish (December 13, 2017): كفاية الأمريكية: لابد من إصلاحات جوهرية في طبيعة الدولة السودانية قبل أي تقارب مع واشنطن

Voice of America (December 13, 2017): South Sudan in Focus – Khartoum’s embrace of violent extremist groups

Jeune Afrique (December 13, 2017): Centrafrique : un an après la conférence des bailleurs, seuls 10 % des fonds promis ont été décaissés

Radio Dabanga (December 13, 2017): Enough Project: New report on Sudan’s religious oppression

Chemical Watch (December 13, 2017): Chemicals: a core issue at Apple

Sudan Tribune (December 13, 2017): U.S. advocacy group call to tie Sudan’s removal of terror list to fundamental reforms

Foreign Affairs (December 11, 2017): Congo’s Slide Into Chaos


Technik Einkauf (November 28, 2017): Konfliktmineralien aus dem Kongo: Apple liegt vorn

Ethics Daily (November 28, 2017): Report Ranks Electronics, Jewelry Supply Chain Ethics

Prince George Citizen (Canada) (November 24, 2017): Conscientious shopping good for the globe

Voice of America (November 24, 2017): Enough Project Applauds Tough US Approach on South Sudan

Reuters (November 24, 2017): South Sudan cannot issue passports after failing to pay tech fees

Radio Dabanga (November 22, 2017): Milafaat Sudania – حول حملة جمع السلاح بدارفور 2

Radio Dabanga (November 21, 2017): Sudan weapon collectors arrest ‘dozens’ of arms owners

Independent (November 20, 2017): Apple, Google and other phone companies ranked for connections to wars and human rights abuses

The New Arab (November 20, 2017): Sudan’s President Bashir to visit Russia this week

Radio Dabanga (November 20, 2017): Milafaat Sudania – حول حملة جمع السلاح بدارفور 1

AFP (November 17, 2017): Les Etats-Unis appellent Khartoum à cesser les « démolitions d’églises »

AFP (November 17, 2017): US official calls on Sudan to stop ‘church demolitions’

CNEWS Matin (November 17, 2017): Extraction de minerais : les grands de la high-tech se responsabilisent (November 17, 2017): Extraction de minerais : Apple et Google sont les plus responsables, Samsung dernier du classement (November 17, 2017): Amnesty International: Apple al top fra le aziende “responsabili” (November 17, 2017): Menschenrechtler: Apple ‘klar führend’ bei Vermeidung von Konfliktmineralien (November 17, 2017): Apple achtet bei der iPhone-Fertigung auf die Herkunft von Mineralien

DPA (November 17, 2017): US-Konzerne achten mehr auf Rohstoffherkunft

AFP (November 16, 2017): Washington prêt à des pourparlers pour retirer le Soudan de sa liste noire

AFP (November 16, 2017): US prepared to talk on removing Sudan terror tag: diplomat

San Francisco Chronicle (November 16, 2017): Enough Project’s New Conflict Minerals Rankings Spotlight World’s Top Consumer Electronics Companies and Jewelry Retailers

Apple Insider (November 16, 2017): Apple dominates all electronics, jewelry companies in ethical sourcing of conflict minerals (November 16, 2017): Apple praised for promoting conflict-free minerals trade (November 16, 2017): Apple Ranked as ‘Clear Leader’ in its Efforts to Source Conflict-Free Minerals From Supply Chain

IDEX Online (November 16, 2017): Signet, Tiffany Lead Conflict Minerals Rankings Among Jewelry Retailers

Inverse (November 16, 2017): Apple and Google Just Aced a Major Ethics Test in Africa, Says New Report

Chemical Watch (November 16, 2017): Consumer electronics takes the lead in conflict-free sourcing

Business and Human Rights Resource Center (November 16, 2017): Ranking corporate action on conflict minerals sourcing in Dem. Rep of Congo, new report by Enough Project

Washington Post – The Lily (November 16, 2017): Robin Wright’s mission to end conflict minerals

Bloomberg BNA (November 16, 2017): Apple Tops Ranking of Corporate Work to Clean Up Minerals Supply

Axios (November 16, 2017): Apple and Google praised for taking action on conflict minerals

Sudan Tribune (November 9, 2017): Weapons collection campaign increases risk of armed clashes in Darfur: Enough

Horizon (November 9, 2017): George Clooney and The Sentry Investigate War Economies

Associated Press (November 4, 2017): In South Sudan, Just 2 Dogs Patrol for Wildlife Trafficking

Sudan Tribune (November 3, 2017): OP-ED: The Lingering Stain of Exclusivity in South Sudan’s National Dialogue (by Brian Adeba)

Inside  Philanthropy (November 2, 2017): Leveraging for Peace: A Movie Star Fights African War Profiteers

MSN/Wochit Entertainment (November 1, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million To The Sentry

Radio Dabanga (November 1, 2017): South Sudan’s President in Khartoum for two-day visit

Radio Dabanga (November 1, 2017): الخبير الاستراتيجي سليمان بلدو يحذر البشير وسلفاكير من العقاب الجماعي على المنطقتين

Alhurra Television (November 1, 2017): مستشار أقدم لدى مشروع كفاية دكتور سليمان بالدو يتحدث عن قصص التمييز بحق شركاء الوطن في السودان


Fox News (October 31, 2017): Babies burned alive and women raped 150 times: Why Nikki Haley is prioritizing the Democratic Republic of Congo

Chronicle of Philanthropy (October 30, 2017): Gifts Roundup: 2 Big Universities Receive Pledges, and George Clooney Gives $1 Million

Atlantic Council Blog (October 30, 2017): Getting South Sudan Right

Philanthropy News Digest (October 29, 2017): Clooney Foundation Awards $1 Million to Address War Crimes, Corruption

Associated Press (October 26, 2017): In C. African Republic, UN contractors bribed to aid Muslims

Newsweek (October 26, 2017): The U.S. Must Stop South Sudan’s War Criminals Get Away With It

ABC News (October 26, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million to Combat War Crimes and Corruption In Africa

DPA (October 26, 2017): Kriegsverbrechen aufklären – George Clooney spendet

Entertainment Tonight (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Has Donated $1 Million To Help Fight War Crimes In Africa

BBC (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1m to fight war criminals

Look to the Stars (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million to Counter War Crimes and Corruption in Africa

Variety (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million to Counter War Crimes and Corruption in Africa

Echo UK (October 25, 2017): George Clooney donates one million dollars to tackle war crimes

Irish Examiner (October 25, 2017): George Clooney donates one million dollars to tackle war crimes

Lancashire Telegraph (October 25, 2017): George Clooney donates a million dollars to combat corruption in Africa

Belfast Telegraph (October 25, 2017): George Clooney donates one million dollars to tackle war crimes

Press Association (October 25, 2017): George Clooney donates one million dollars to tackle war crimes

Modesto Bee (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

Wichita Eagle (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

NBC News (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

Estadão (October 25, 2017): George Clooney doa US$ 1 milhão para combater corrupção na África

Washington Times (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

20Minutos (October 25, 2017): Clooney dona $1 millón para combatir la corrupción en Africa

Page Six (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa 

News24 (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

Access Hollywood (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

NY Daily News (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

WTOP (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa 

SF Chronicle (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

U.S. News and World Report (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

ABC News (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa 

NY Times (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa 

Washington Post (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa

Associated Press (October 25, 2017): Clooney donates $1M to combat corruption in Africa (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million to Combat War Profiteering 

MSN (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million To Investigate War Profiteering In Africa

Deadline Hollywood (October 25, 2017): George Clooney Donates $1 Million To Investigate War Profiteering In Africa

Reuters (October 25, 2017): Charcoal and forest loss in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Voice of America (October 25, 2017): South Sudan in Focus – Nikki Haley visits South Sudan (October 25, 2017): Kinshasa, la banca congolese e i bonifici sospetti a Hezbollah 

AFP (October 24, 2017): EU vows to aid Sudan for ‘as long as it takes’

Fox News (October 22, 2017): OP-ED: Ambassador Nikki Haley’s Africa trip: ‘Mission Possible’ for fixing peacemaking model (by John Prendergast)

AFP (October 21, 2017): Toujours face aux violences, la Centrafrique peine à se relever

Daily Beast (October 20, 2017): OP-ED: The ‘Terrorist Treasury’ Funding Killers Worldwide (by The Sentry)

La Libre (October 18, 2017): Kinshasa souffle le chaud et l’effroi à l’ONU

Le Phare (October 18, 2017): Financement du terrorisme international : la RDC sur la liste noire des USA (October 18, 2017): RDC : Après les Lumumba papers, la BGFI-BANK citée dans un dossier de financement du Hezbollah

RFI (October 18, 2017): RDC: une ONG dénonce les transferts financiers d’une banque vers le Hezbollah

The Algemeiner (October 17, 2017): New Report Shows Hezbollah Used Prominent Bank in War-Ravaged DR Congo to Finance Key Terror Network

Le Potentiel Online (October 17, 2017): Le Trésorier Des Terroristes Ou Comment Une Banque Liée Au Pouvoir A Permis Aux Bailleurs De Fonds Du Hezbollah De Contourner Les Sanctions Américaines

La Libre (October 16, 2017): Kinshasa entretient le terrorisme mondial selon l’ONG de George Clooney

TT Nyhetsbyrån (October 16, 2017): Bank misstänks ha hjälpt terrorfinansiärer (October 16, 2017): La BGFIBank RDC traite avec des bailleurs de fonds du Hezbollah, affirme un rapport

Fox News (October 16, 2017): Congo bank helped Hezbollah-linked company avoid US sanctions, report says

Associated Press (October 13, 2017): Oil-rich South Sudan faces fuel shortage as ‘people suffer’

ISS Today (October 12, 2017): Are sanctions working in Sudan?

Washington Post (October 10, 2017): The Central African Republic could be on the brink of a bloodbath

Al-Rakoba (October 7, 2017): كبير منسقي السياسات في(كفاية): الكونغرس شدد علي ترامب بان يضغط البشير بهذا الكرت، وهذه هي الجهات التي رفعت العقوبات

Sudan Tribune (October 7, 2017): Calls on U.S. to keep pressures on Sudan to achieve peace and reforms

Le Potentiel Online (October 6, 2017): Alternance en RDC : L’Ong Américaine Enough Project Plaide Pour Une « Transition sans Kabila »

Voice of America (October 6, 2017): US Lifts Economic Sanctions on Sudan

Foreign Policy (October 6, 2017): U.S. Finally Lifts Sudan Sanctions, Citing Better Cooperation on Counterterrorism

Radio Dabanga (October 6, 2017): US lifts sanctions on Sudan: ‘More progress needed’

Radio Dabanga (October 5, 2017): Sudan sanctions must stay: Enough Project

RTBF (October 4, 2017): Délégation soudanaise en Belgique, réfugiés soudanais en danger? Trois questions à Suliman Baldo

Financial Times (October 4, 2017): US soon to end sanctions on Sudan

U.S. News & World Report (October 2, 2017): OP-ED: The Sudan Sanctions Must Stay (by John Prendergast)

Radio Dabanga (October 1, 2017): New US restrictions on Sudan for ‘failure to combat human trafficking’


Eye Radio (September 29, 2017): ‘IGAD should no longer lead peace process’

East African (September 28, 2017): Sanctions against South Sudan should worry Kenyan banks

Radio Dabanga (September 20, 2017): Sudan deports another 36 Eritrean migrants

Sirius XM (September 20, 2017): Joe Madison w/ Brian Adeba: Crisis in South Sudan

AFP (September 15, 2017): En Centrafrique, des proches des milices font leur entrée au gouvernement

Foreign Policy (September 14, 2017): Sudan Hopes for Sanctions Repeal As Deadline Looms

Yale Environment 360 (September 14, 2017): In Africa’s Oldest Park, Seeking Solutions to a Destructive Charcoal Trade

NY Times (September 13, 2017): My Sister’s Murder in Darfur

Radio Dabanga (September 10, 2017): Sudan rebel groups: ‘Handover of Unamid bases to militia illegal’

Sudan Tribune (September 7, 2017): U.S. sanctions top South Sudanese officials, ex-general

Africa Independent (September 7, 2017): US slaps sanctions on South Sudanese officials

Associated Press (September 7, 2017): As US Weighs Lifting Sudan Sanctions, South Sudan a Concern

Wall Street Journal (September 6, 2017): U.S. Treasury Warns Banks About South Sudanese Corruption

Foreign Policy (September 6, 2017): U.S. Sanctions South Sudanese Leaders

Washington Post (September 6, 2017): U.S. sanctions South Sudan officials for allegedly enriching themselves amid civil war, famine

Washington Post (September 2, 2017): U.S. warns South Sudan: Continued chaos is not acceptable, aid may be pulled

Welt Sichten (September 1, 2017): Der Präsident und seine Gewaltunternehmer


NY Times (August 30, 2017): The Power Plants That May Save a Park, and Aid a Country

Le Monde – TRIBUNE (August 30, 2017): Soudan du Sud : « Les profiteurs de guerre doivent payer le prix fort » (par Ruben de Koning)

Radio Dabanga (August 29, 2017): USAID offers support in Darfur while sanctions discussed

Radio Dabanga (August 29, 2017): Sudan rebels: Khartoum must lift aid restrictions

Reuters (August 29, 2017): War-ravaged South Sudan passes budget, but funding will be “difficult”

Sudan Tribune (August 28, 2017): Enough Projects calls on U.S. to use “effective pressures and incentives” for peace and reforms in Sudan

Radio Dabanga (August 28, 2017): Sudanese rebel delegation to meet with AU officials in Addis

Radio Dabanga (August 28, 2017): Sudanese environment expert warns for the use of cyanide in gold mining

AFP (August 28, 2017): Centrafrique: parler de “génocide” pour briser l’indifférence ?

Libération (August 27, 2017): Centrafrique : une détérioration aux origines multiples

Foreign Policy (August 25, 2017): GOP Senator Blocks Plans to Fill Africa Post at State Department

Österreichischer Rundfunk (August 21, 2017): Radiokolleg – Sudan und Südsudan

Le Monde – TRIBUNE (August 21, 2017): En Centrafrique, les groupes armés prolifèrent grâce à une impunité totale (par Nathalia Dukhan)

Chemical Watch (August 17, 2017): Companies remain committed to US conflict minerals reporting

AFP (August 16, 2017): Centrafrique : “j’étais parmi les cadavres”

L’Humanité (August 16, 2017): Centrafrique. Un nouveau cycle de violences précipite le pays dans le chaos

Public Finance International (August 15, 2017): Senators urge US Treasury to crack down on South Sudan corruption

Sudan Tribune (August 14, 2017): U.S Senators demand tools to end corruption in South Sudan

AFP (August 13, 2017): Violences en Centrafrique : “justice implacable”, prévient Touadéra

Le Soir (August 11, 2017): Centrafrique: “prolifération” des milices et “prédation” des ressources

AFP (August 11, 2017): Centrafrique: “prolifération” des milices et “prédation” des ressources

Reuters (August 2, 2017):  South Sudanese refugees in Uganda near million mark


Radio Dabanga (July 27, 2017):  الدكتور سليمان بلدو مستشار السياسات بمنظمة كفاية الامريكية

Al-Youm Al-Tali (July 24, 2017): “طائر الشؤم” بعد مطالبة منظمة “كفاية” الأمريكية بفتح تحقيق مستقل وتوقيف المتورطين من قيادات الحركة الشعبية في أعمال العنف.. إلى أين تمضي خلافات الرفاق؟

Aljamaheer (July 22, 2017): كفاية تحذر قيادات الحركة الشعبية من الانقسام السياسي والاستقطاب الحاد

Sudanile (July 22, 2017): ردود الفعل إزاء الصراعات الدائرة بين القيادات داخل الحركة الشعبية لتحرير السودان-شمال في السودان .. تقرير: سليمان بلدو

Hurriyat Sudan (July 22, 2017): كفاية : الأزمة بين قادة الحركة الشعبية تؤجج التوترات العرقية وتعوق وصول المساعدات وتهدد جهود السلام المبذولة

Al-Taghyeer (July 22, 2017): منظمة “كفاية” تحذر من “أزمة خطرة” بسبب انقسام “الشعبية”

Sudan Tribune (July 22, 2017): Enough calls to investigate attacks on civilians in SPLM-N areas

Sudan Tribune (July 21, 2017): منظمة أميركية توصي بالتحقيق في أعمال عنف شهدتها مناطق (الشعبية)

Africa Confidential (July 21, 2017): Sanctions test for Trump

The Hill (July 19, 2017): Sudan sanctions spur intense lobbying

AFP (July 19, 2017): Centrafrique: guerre au sommet d’un pays miné par la violence

Washington Times (July 16, 2017): Putting Sudan on notice

RTE (July 16, 2017): Sudan’s border force

Deadline Hollywood (July 15, 2017): ‘Detroit’ Director Kathryn Bigelow On Impactful Storytelling

Eye Radio (July 14, 2017)S Sudan: a critical crossing point for illegal tusk trafficking – Report

Uganda Radio Network (July 14, 2017): UPDF Aiding Wildlife Trafficking in Uganda, South Sudan – Report

Radio Dabanga (July 13, 2017)Darfur displaced: ‘Trump sanctions decision a step in the right direction’

CNSN News (July 13, 2017): Sudan Bristles Over Trump’s 3-Month Delay in Sanctions Decision

إضاءة  (July 12, 2017): ذا جارديان: تأجيل رفع العقوبات عن السودان ضربة قوية للنظام

AFP (July 12, 2017): Sudan suspends sanctions talks with US after embargo extended

Albawaba (July 12, 2017): Trump Delays Decision on Sudan Sanctions Until October

Wall Street Journal (July 12, 2017): U.S. Delay in Lifting Sudan Sanctions Could Hinder Cooperation

Guardian (July 12, 2017): Trump delays decision on lifting sanctions against Sudan

Financial Times (July 12, 2017): Trump delays decision on Sudan sanctions

AFP (July 12, 2017): Washington extends review period for Sudan sanctions

Sudan Tribune (July 12, 2017): U.S. Trump delays his decision on Sudan sanctions for three months

The New Arab (July 11, 2017): US ‘should delay decision on Sudanese sanctions’

Sudan Tribune (July 11, 2017): UN agencies declare their support for lifting Sudan’s sanctions

Financial Times (July 11, 2017): US decision on Sudan sanctions hangs in the balance

WHUT Mimi Geerges Show (July 10, 2017): Why is South Sudan Fighting a Civil War?

Middle East Monitor (July 10, 2017): Will Sudan side with Russia and Iran if sanctions are not lifted?

AFP (July 10, 2017): Sudan hopes Trump takes ‘courageous’ decision to lift sanctions

Radio Dabanga (July 9, 2017): Sudan hires US firm to lobby for sanctions relief

The Arab Weekly (July 9, 2017): Expectations of greater Gulf aid to the Horn of Africa

Daily Nation (July 9, 2017): Lobbies disagree on Sudan trade sanctions extension

NPR (July 8, 2017): For Sudan, A Looming Deadline On Possible Lifting Of U.S. Sanctions

WJLA DC (July 8, 2017): George Clooney calls out DC lobbying firm in Time magazine Op-Ed

Washington Post (July 7, 2017): George Clooney takes aim at powerhouse D.C. lobbying firm over its ties to the Sudanese government

Reuters (July 7, 2017): South Sudan asks donors to pay for a third of national budget

Religious News Service (July 7, 2017): Sudan suffers while U.S. considers lifting sanctions

El Pais (July 7, 2017): Clooney, editorialista de ‘Time’ por Darfur

Deadline Hollywood (July 7, 2017): George Clooney Co-Authors Op-ed on Sudan’s Rich Deal with U.S. Lobbying Firm

ET (July 6, 2017): George Clooney Writes Op-Ed For ‘Time’ On American Lobbying Firm Helping Sudan Regime

TIME (July 6, 2017): OP-ED: An American Lobbying Firm Is Helping Sudan’s Vile Regime (by George Clooney and John Prendergast)

Baptist Press (July 3, 2017): Sudan called ‘disaster for religious liberty’


Christian Post (June 30, 2017): Russell Moore, Franklin Graham Orgs. Urge Trump to Tackle Severe Persecution of Sudanese Christians

AFP (June 30, 2017): Centrafrique: le procureur spécial en place pour lutter contre l’impunité généralisée

Radio Dabanga (June 30, 2017): USA urges Sudanese govt. to improve human rights

Sudan Tribune (June 30, 2017): U.S. Tillerson urged to consider religious freedoms when it comes to Sudan’s sanctions

Sudan Tribune (June 29, 2017): Security Council endorses UNAMID cuts, says peace in Darfur is need for exit

Radio Dabanga (June 29, 2017): UN decides to downsize peacekeeping mission in Darfur

NY Times (June 29, 2017): U.N. to Reduce Peacekeepers in Darfur Region of Sudan

Inside Philanthropy (June 28, 2017): To Make an Impact in a World of Brutality and Strife, a Funder Embraces Systems Thinking

The Hill (June 28, 2017): Congo’s lobbyists seek allies in Washington amid election turmoil

U.S. News & World Report (June 27, 2017): OP-ED: Reverse Course in South Sudan (by John Prendergast)

Sudan Tribune (June 27, 2017): Human rights prompted U.S. sanctions on Sudan: Prendergast

NPR (June 27, 2017): Morning Edition: Activists Try To Sway Trump On Sudan Decision Before July Deadline

Sudan Tribune (June 26, 2017): Human rights were not the purpose of U.S. sanctions on Sudan: diplomat

Al-Taghyeer (June 24, 2017): منظمة كفاية: الأسباب الداعية لإيجاد مسار سياسي جديد بين الولايات المتحدة والسودان

Sudan Tribune (June 23, 2017): U.S. needs new track for peace before to discard Sudan’s sanctions: expert

PRI (June 23, 2017): Tracing conflict gold in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Sudan Commerce News (June 23, 2017): Enough Project pleads for new US-Sudan policy framework

Radio Dabanga (June 23, 2017): Enough Project pleads for new US-Sudan policy framework

Sudan Tribune (June 23, 2017): Sudan’s FVP and U.S. envoy discuss permanent lift of sanctions

Hurriyat Sudan (June 22, 2017): منظمة كفاية الامريكية : الأسباب الداعية لإيجاد مسار سياسي جديد بين الولايات المتحدة والسودان 

Hurriyat Sudan (June 22, 2017): حوار مع عمر قمر الدين إسماعيل – كبير منسقى السياسات بمشروع كفاية – حول ورقة المنظمة الاخيرة

Aljamaheer (June 22, 2017): المسار المفقود .. وضع إطار جديد للسياسات بين الولايات المتحدة والسودان 

i24 News (June 22, 2017): Humanitarian Crisis in South Sudan

Kansas City Star (June 22, 2017): Even genocidal regimes now have Washington lobbyists

Huffington Post Arabic (June 21, 2017): السودان يلجأ لمجموعات ضغط داخل أميركا لرفع العقوبات المفروضة منذ عقدين من الزمن.. ما الثمن الذي ستدفعه الخرطوم؟ 

AFP (June 21, 2017): Centrafrique: une centaine de tués à Bria

Ouest France (June 20, 2017): Centrafrique : le chemin vers la paix mène aussi à Rome

Foreign Policy (June 20, 2017): Sudan Hires U.S. Lobbyist to Roll Back Sanctions

Chemical Watch (June 19, 2017): OP-ED: Controversy grows in US over plans to abolish Conflict Minerals Rule (by Ian Schwab and Annie Callaway)

Bloomberg (June 16, 2017): Sudan Ramps Up D.C. Lobbying Bid as Sanctions Deadline Looms

Chemical Watch (June 13, 2017): US House passes bill that would repeal conflict minerals rule

AFP (June 13, 2017): Le Soudan, carrefour et terrain hostile pour les migrants érythréens

AFP (June 13, 2017): Sudan boosts border patrols to curb people smuggling

Radio Miraya (July 13, 2017): Enough Project Policy Expert Implores IGAD to rethink the stagnant Peace process in S Sudan

Sudan Tribune (July 12, 2017): IGAD to hold meeting to revitalise S. Sudan peace agreement

Voice of America (July 12, 2017): South Sudan in Focus

Sudan Tribune (July 12, 2017): IGAD told to “rethink” on South Sudan peace mediation

The Arab Weekly (July 11, 2017): Saudi-Sudanese ties improve as Khartoum moves out of Iranian orbit

Associated Press (June 7, 2017): Risks warned over US dropping conflict minerals rule

East African (June 2, 2017): South Sudan army denies graft claims in new report

Sudan Tribune (June 1, 2017): S. Sudanese army general embezzled millions: report

RFI (June 1, 2017): Soudan du Sud: les pratiques douteuses d’un général de l’armée

DPA (June 1, 2017): NGO Accuses South Sudanese General Of Amassing Fortune During War

El Pais (June 1, 2017): Los militares de Sudán del Sur se lucran con la hambruna


Romsdals Budstikke (May 31, 2017): Rapport: Sørsudansk general har tjent en formue under krigen

Voice of America (May 31, 2017): South Sudan General Accused of Using Position to Gain Millions

TIME (May 31, 2017): Why Donald Trump Needs to Take Action on Sudan (by John Prendergast)

Radio Dabanga (May 28, 2017): Sanctions relief: Sudan’s US Embassy ‘still unsure of White House response’

Libération (May 21, 2017): Centrafrique: la tuerie de Bangassou ravive la guerre civile

Toronto Sun (May 19, 2017): South Sudan’s humanitarian crisis worsens

AFP (May 17, 2017): Une flambée de violences qui alarme et interroge en Centrafrique

IB Times (May 11, 2017): Only financial pressure and sanctions on President Kabila ‘can avert bloodshed’ in DRC

Voice of America (May 11, 2017): South Sudan Army Chief Sworn In One Day After Malong’s Ouster

The National (May 10, 2017): Uganda’s Joseph Kony and his Lord’s Resistance Army set to evade justice with search called off

Deutsche Welle – Swahili  (May 10, 2017): Msako wakamilika bila Kony kukamatwa

Associated Press (May 9, 2017): As Manhunt Ends, Top African Warlord Kony Eludes Justice

PBS Newshour (May 5, 2017): What would help South Sudan end its brutal war?

Al-Rakoba (May 5, 2017): دولة السودان العميقة – تقرير جديد يشرح بتفصيل الفساد الهائل وسرقة النفط والذهب والأرض في السودان

Huffington Post (May 4, 2017): The Human Thread Of Suffering Behind The Production Of Our Cell Phones And Laptops

CNN (May 2, 2017): US military ending role in hunt for elusive African warlord Joseph Kony

Globe and Mail (May 2, 2017): For African migrants, ‘extreme vetting’ from U.S. to Europe slams the door shut

Voice of America (May 1, 2017): Africa54 – South Sudan Politics, Hunger, and Refugee Crisis


AllAfrica (April 30, 2017): End of Joseph Kony hunt breeds frustration and fear

Radio Dabanga (April 30, 2017): End of Joseph Kony hunt breeds frustration and fear

Al-Taghyeer (April 29, 2017): من داخل الكونجرس.. منظمة امريكية”مؤثرة” تدعو لفرض عقوبات على شركات جهاز الامن

Al-Taghyeer (April 29, 2017): “كفاية الأمريكية: نظام البشير “حكم لصوص والذهب ملطخ بالدم (April 29, 2017): EU Support for a Muslim Brotherhood Militia in Sudan (April 29, 2017): In Sudan l’Unione Europea sovvenziona una milizia dei Fratelli Mussulmani (April 29, 2017): L’UE soutient une milice des Frères musulmans au Soudan

Sudan Commerce News (April 29, 2017): Enough project makes case for ‘modernised’ US sanctions against Sudan

Sudanile (April 28, 2017): أشقاء عمر البشير تتمدد! .. بقلم: عثمان محمد حسن

La Libre (April 28, 2017): Quand l’argent de l’UE renforce une milice meurtrière au Soudan

Radio Dabanga (April 28, 2017): Enough project makes case for ‘modernised’ US sanctions against Sudan

Sawt al-Hamish (April 26, 2017): منظمة كفاية الأمريكية : السودان دولة فاشلة

Hurriyat Sudan (April 26, 2017): تقرير مهم لمنظمة كفاية الامريكية : دولة السودان العميقة

IRIN News (April 26, 2017): End of Joseph Kony hunt breeds frustration and fear

Sudan Tribune (April 26, 2017): Advocacy group calls for new strategy addressing “Sudan’s violent kleptocracy”

Radio Dabanga (April 25, 2017): “Corruption in gold, oil show ‘Sudan’s Deep State’: Enough”

Middle East Monitor (April 25, 2017): George Clooney’s pressure group to warn against removing sanction on Sudan

South Sudan News Agency (April 24, 2017): “The Sentry’s Brad Brooks-Rubin to Testify in Congress on Sudan Sanctions” (April 24, 2017): “The Sentry’s Brad Brooks-Rubin to Testify in Congress on Sudan Sanctions”

Daily Beast (April 24, 2017): Christian Bale on Donald Trump’s ‘Dictatorship for Dummies’

MSNBC Hardball with Chris Matthews (April 21, 2017): Politics and Culture: The Promise

Sudan Tribune (April 21, 2017): Darfur, the most ‘successful’ genocide in a century

New York Times (April 20, 2017): Uganda Ends Its Hunt for Joseph Kony Empty-Handed

France 24 (April 20, 2017): “Mission accomplie” pour l’Ouganda en Centrafrique, mais Joseph Kony court toujours

Charlie Rose (April 19, 2017): “The Promise”

Associated Press (April 19, 2017): Mission to pursue African warlord Kony is declared over

The Urban Twist (April 19, 2017): Uganda Declares That the Manhunt for Kony is Officially Over

Vocativ (April 19, 2017): Uganda Officially Gives Up On Finding Joseph Kony

Hollywood Reporter (April 13, 2017): The Promise’: Can Armenian Genocide Drama Bring Charity Success?

JD Supra (April 13, 2017): Responses to Corp Fin’s Updated Statement on Conflict Minerals

BBC (April 13, 2017): US sanctions for CAR warlords

BBC (April 13, 2017): NEWSDAY program

Daily Nation (April 13, 2017): Hope for Kenyans jailed in South Sudan as court overturns life sentence

East African (April 13, 2017): Juba appeal court orders retrial of 16 persons charged with graft

IB Times (April 13, 2017): US sanctions against militia leaders ‘sends strong message to armed groups in CAR’

JCK Magazine (April 12, 2017): SEC Won’t Enforce Parts of Conflict Mineral Rule

Reuters (April 12, 2017): Central African Republic militia leaders hit with U.S. sanctions

Radio Dabanga (April 12, 2017): This week’s news in brief

Radio Dabanga (April 12, 2017): RSF arrest human traffickers on Sudan’s borders

Sudan Tribune (April 12, 2017): Sudan’s RSF militia arrests human traffickers on Libyan border

Chemical Watch (April 11, 2017): US SEC to dial back conflict minerals rule enforcement

Compliance Week (April 10, 2017): SEC backs away from conflict minerals rule enforcement

Daily Nation (April 10, 2017): Exert Pressure On S. Sudan to Release Kenyans Jailed for Life

EU Observer (April 10, 2017): EU funds for Sudan may worsen fate of refugees

Procurement Leaders (April 7, 2017): The ‘conflict minerals’ conundrum

Sudan Tribune (April 7, 2017): Enough warns against dual-use of EU support to Sudan’s RSF militia

RFI (April 6, 2017): Migrants: «L’Europe a choisi l’efficacité au mépris des droits de l’homme»

AllAfrica (April 6, 2017): EU-Sudan migration cooperation legitimises militia state’: Enough

South Sudan News Agency (April 6, 2017): “Border Control from Hell”: EU’s Migration Management Program Supports Brutal Militia in Sudan

ReliefWeb (April 6, 2017): “Border Control from Hell: How the EU’s migration partnership legitimizes Sudan’s “”militia state”

Radio Dabanga (April 6, 2017): EU-Sudan migration cooperation legitimises militia state’: Enough

Deutsche Welle (April 6, 2017): Border Control from Hell’ report targets EU funding in Sudan

Variety (April 6, 2017): Armenian Genocide Movie ‘The Promise’ Screens at Vatican With Director Terry George and Talent

Bistandsaktuelt (April 6, 2017): Sør-Sudans ledere har ansvaret

Sudan Tribune (April 5, 2017): Rights experts call for delaying permanent lift of US sanctions on Sudan

Radio Tamazuj (April 5, 2017): مشروع كفاية يدعو الكونغرس الأمريكي لمواصلة الضغط على النخبة الفاسدة في السودان

East African (April 5, 2017): Call to the US to sanction Sudanese elite

Voice of America (April 4, 2017): Congresswoman Urges US to Lead Drought and Famine Relief in Africa

South Sudan News Agency (April 3, 2017): Rights activist to speak on famine in South Sudan

Face2Face Africa (April 3, 2017): Enough Project Condemns Killing of UN Investigators in DR Congo

Normangee Star (April 1, 2017): United Nations to conduct inquiry into experts’ deaths



Business and Human Rights (March 31, 2017): Report says fight for control of oil fields has exacerbated war in South Sudan

Diamond Loupe (March 31, 2017): Brad Brooks-Rubin, the “Enough Project” on a New KP

Los Angeles Times (March 20, 2017): Bodies of U.N. workers and interpreter found in Congo, prompting calls for investigation

Associated Press (March 30, 2017): Aide to warlord Kony surrenders as US pulls from mission

IB Times (March 30, 2017): “I have no words” says father of slain American UN expert as tributes flood in for three victims

Washington Diplomat (March 30, 2017): World Turns Blind Eye to Yemen’s Civil War, Rohingya Refugees and South Sudan’s Famine

Agencia NTMX (March 29, 2017): ONU confirma asesinato de investigadores en República del Congo

RFI (English) (March 29, 2017): Independent investigation needed to determine motive behind killing of two UN experts

NPR Morning Edition (March 29, 2017): Bodies Of U.N. Employees Found In Democratic Republic Of The Congo

Bloomberg (March 28, 2017): State Department Reviewing Conflict Minerals Sourcing

Chemical Watch (March 27, 2017): Businesses benefit from US conflict minerals reporting rule, say NGOs

AFP (March 26, 2017): S.Sudan’s leaders force famine on their people: analysts

Los Angeles Times (March 24, 2017): U.N. warns of famine in Africa and western Asia as it seeks billions of dollars to prevent catastrophes

The New Arab (March 23, 2017): South Sudan rebels capture oil workers following $500mn contract

Daily Beast (March 21, 2017): OP-ED: Corrupt Leaders Thrust South Sudan Into Famine and Abject Ruin

Channel 4 UK (March 20,2017): John Prendergast on famine in South Sudan

IRIN News (March 20, 2017): South Sudan needs peace as much as food

Sudan Tribune (March 20, 2017): OP-ED: South Sudan famine is a wake-up call to revive dead peace deal

CBS 60 Minutes (March 19, 2017): Fighting Famine in War-Torn South Sudan

Daily Nation (March 19, 2017): South Sudan buying weapons instead of food

CBC News (March 18, 2017): Trump order on conflict minerals would send warlords carte blanche signal, say critics

Reuters (March 16, 2017): Actor George Clooney blames South Sudan famine on nation’s elite

Huffington Post (March 10, 2017): Why South Sudan’s Leaders Are Fueling The Implosion Of Their Own Country

Washington Post (March 9, 2017): OP-ED: South Sudan’s government-made famine (by John Prendergast & George Clooney)

CGTV (March 8, 2017): The Heat: Famine in South Sudan while food shortages threaten Nigeria

RFI (March 7, 2017): Future of DR Congo mining could be on rocky ground if US Dodd Frank 1502 rolled back

RFI (March 4, 2017): What repealing the US Dodd Frank Act would mean for DRC


WBEZ Worldview – NPR (February 27, 2017): What Led To Famine In South Sudan?

U.S. News & World Report (February 24, 2017): Keep Minerals Conflict-Free (By Sasha Lezhnev)

CAJ News (February 24, 2017): Ex-leaders blamed for rebels’ coup in CAR

Washington Post (February 23, 2017): Why Apple and Intel don’t want to see the conflict minerals rule rolled back

Guardian (February 20, 2017): OP-ED: British banks are go-betweens in global conflict. This can be stopped. (by George Clooney and John Prendergast)

Face2Face Africa (February 17, 2017): CAR Faces Threat of Partition Due to Current Armed Conflict

Shafaqna (Nigeria) (February 15, 2017): Dangerous Divisions: The Central African Republic faces the threat of secession (February 15, 2017): New Brief – Dangerous Divisions: The Central African Republic faces the threat of secession

Humanitarian News (February 15, 2017): Territoire Morcelé, Communautés Divisées: La République Centrafricaine face à des menaces sécessionnistes

ReliefWeb (February 15, 2017): Dangerous Divisions: The Central African Republic faces the threat of secession

Voice of America (February 15, 2017): Officials Clamor for New Talks, More Aid as S. Sudan Refugee Crisis Worsens

WBEZ Worldview – NPR (February 14, 2017): Executive Order Could Target ‘Conflict Mineral’ Rule

JCK Online (February 14, 2017): Executive Order Could Repeal Conflict Minerals Rule

Africa Business (February 13, 2017): Conflict mineral rules at risk

Sourcing Journal (February 10, 2017): Is the New Administration Brushing Conflict Minerals Traceability Aside?

World Politics Review (February 10, 2017): Trump Might Reverse a Rule on Conflict Minerals. Does It Matter?

Business & Human Rights Center (February 8, 2017): Conflict minerals reevaluation criticized

Associated Press (February 8, 2017): South Sudan president to seek election in 2018: spokesman

The Hill (February 6, 2017): OP-ED: Sanctions still needed on Sudan (by John Prendergast and Brad Brooks-Rubin)

Fox News (February 4, 2017): OP-ED: Congo’s violent kleptocracy at a crossroads (by John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev)

Duke Chronicle (February 3, 2017): Human rights activist takes aim at South Sudan’s ‘war economy (February 3, 2017): US mulls scaling back ‘conflict minerals’ rule

American Metal Market (February 2, 2017): Conflict minerals reevaluation criticized

Supply Management (February 2, 2017): US rows back on conflict minerals reporting

22News WWLP (February 2, 2017): New law looks to keep conflict minerals out of Massachusetts

International Business Times (February 2, 2017): Massachusetts to sign legislation fighting deadly ‘conflict minerals’ in the DRC

SatPR (February 2, 2017): Massachusetts Governor to Sign Landmark Conflict-Free Procurement Law

MilTech (February 2, 2017): Massachusetts Governor to Sign Landmark Conflict-Free Procurement Law

Chemical Watch (February 2, 2017): SEC acting chair calls for ‘reconsideration’ of conflict minerals rule

Face2Face Africa (February 1, 2017): Widespread Corruption Exposed in S. Sudan Army


Financial Times (January 30, 2017): “Conflict gold” blights the Democratic Republic of Congo

RFI (January 30, 2017): African press review 30 January 2017

East African (January 29, 2017): Report accuses South Sudan military of massive graft

AllAfrica (January 29, 2017): Report accuses South Sudan military of massive graft

Geeska Afrika (January 29, 2017): Report accuses South Sudan military of massive graft

National Geographic (January 28, 2017): The Rare African Park Where Elephants Are Thriving

EBN (January 27, 2017): Tech Companies Should Do the Right Thing on Conflict Minerals

Sudan Tribune (January 27, 2017): South Sudan army lambasts corruption in military spending

Catholic Radio Network (January 27, 2017): Enough tells US to punish greedy politicians in South Sudan

Minneapolis Star Tribune (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Boston Globe (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Fox News (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

ABC News (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Las Vegas Sun (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

San Francisco Chronicle (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Yahoo News (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Omaha World-Herald (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Washington Post (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

NY Times (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

Associated Press (January 26, 2017): Watchdog report accuses South Sudan military of corruption

South Sudan News Agency (January 26, 2017): New Report Exposes Massive Corruption in South Sudan’s Army (January 26, 2017): Enough Project – Weapons of Mass Corruption, New Report Exposes Massive Corruption in South Sudan’s Army

Geeska Afrika (January 26, 2017): Rights groups urge Kenya to release two S. Sudan activists

Gurtong (January 26, 2017): Enough Project Calls for Immediate Release of South Sudanese Citizens Aggrey Idri and Dong Samuel

Sudan Tribune (January 25, 2017): Rights groups urge Kenya to release two S. Sudan activists

Nyamilepedia (January 25, 2017): Enough Project Calls for Immediate Release of South Sudanese Citizens Aggrey Idri and Dong Samuel

South Sudan News Agency (January 25, 2017): Enough Project Calls for Immediate Release of South Sudanese Citizens Aggrey Idri and Dong Samuel

New Electronics (January 24, 2017): How to keep conflict minerals out of the supply chain?

NY Times (January 24, 2017): Quandary in South Sudan: Should It Lose Its Hard-Won Independence?

Foreign Affairs (January 23, 2017): Don’t Let Sudan Off the Hook (by John Prendergast)

Voice of America (January 19, 2017): AFRICA 54: Trump South Sudan Policy

NY Times (January 18, 2017): In South Sudan, Mass Killings, Rapes and the Limits of U.S. Diplomacy

The Hill (January 18, 2017): OP-ED: Modernize, don’t remove, Sudan’s sanctions (by John Prendergast and Brad Brooks-Rubin) (January 16, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan (January 14, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan

The Star (January 14, 2017): U.S. moves to lift some trade, oil-related sanctions on Sudan

VICE (January 13, 2017): U.S. sanctions on Sudan just got lighter after 20 years

Financial Times (January 13, 2017): Barack Obama orders easing of sanctions against Sudan

Guardian (January 13, 2017): US eases sanctions against Sudan, citing humanitarian improvements

De Telegraaf (January 13, 2017): Regering-Obama wil sancties Soedan verlichten

Business Insider (January 12, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan

Yahoo News (January 12, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan

France 24 (January 12, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan

Reuters (January 12, 2017): U.S. set to lift some financial sanctions against Sudan

ET Online (January 12, 2017): Ryan Gosling ‘Honored’ to Continue Decade-Long Work With Enough Project to Bring Peace to Africa

Atlantic Council Blog (January 11, 2017):  Africa’s Economic Prospects in 2017: Ten Countries to Watch

Huffington Post (January 5, 2017): President Obama, Will the Moral Arc of the Universe Bend Toward Justice for the People of Sudan during Your Presidency?



East African (December 28, 2016): Kenya must do all in its power to avoid genocide in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (December 25, 2016): SPLM-IO outraged over UN’s failure to impose sanctions on South Sudan

Foreign Policy (December 23, 2016): The Fate of the DRC Hangs on a Closed-Door Meeting

South Sudan News Agency (December 23, 2016): Rights groups slam UN for failure to adopt South Sudan arms embargo resolution

NPR (December 23, 2016): Arms Embargo On South Sudan Fails U.N. Vote

Sudan Tribune (December 23, 2016): South Sudan: Arms embargo, sanctions fail at UN Security Council

Daily Beast (December 23, 2016): OP-ED: South Sudan Is on the Cusp of Genocide—It Can Be Stopped, If We Care (by John Prendergast)

El Confidencial (December 22, 2016): Congo: al coloso de África se le escapa su transición democrática

Face2Face Africa (December 19, 2016): U.S. and Europe Urged To Investigate Money Laundering Scheme in DRC

Wall Street Journal (December 19, 2016): Congo Braces for Unrest as President Refuses to Leave Office (December 18, 2016): At least 20 killed in DRC illegal gold mine collapse

NY Times (December 17, 2016): As President Joseph Kabila Digs In, Tensions Rise in Congo

ReliefWeb (December 16, 2016): South Sudan: Looming Genocide, Plans for Prevention

TIME (December 16, 2016): Congo’s President Is Refusing to Step Down, Raising Fears of Bloodshed

Foreign Affairs (December 15, 2016): OP-ED: A New Tool to Fight Genocide
Why Anti-Money-Laundering Measures Could Be Game Changing

World (December 14, 2016): U.S., allies pressure Congo leaders to step down

Chemical Watch (December 13, 2016): Outlook hazy for Dodd-Frank and conflict minerals reporting

Associated Press – Washington Post (December 12, 2016): US adds 2 more Congolese officials to sanctions list

AllAfrica (December 11, 2016): Sudan’s Gold Revenues Hit U.S.$1.24 Billion – Minerals Minister

Pachodo (December 10, 2016): Enough Project – Groundbreaking”: Congress Passes Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act

Face2Face Africa (December 9, 2016): African Dictators Risk U.S. Sanctions After Congress Passes New Law

NPR (December 9, 2016): Fears Of Genocide In The World’s Newest Nation

Voice of America (December 8, 2016): Washington Panel Discusses Options in Preventing South Sudan Violence

Foreign Policy (December 8, 2016): Congress Just Passed A Watershed Human Rights Provision — Tucked Inside Its Defense Spending Bill

South Sudan News Agency (December 8, 2016): US Congress Passes “Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act”

Chicago Tribune (December 1, 2016): Defusing a ticking time bomb in Kinshasa



Yahoo! Sports (November 30, 2016): Defusing a ticking time bomb in Kinshasa

Foreign Policy (November 30, 2016): Defusing a Ticking Time Bomb in Kinshasa

Sudan Tribune (November 29, 2016): Sudan’s Civil Disobedience: Africa’s latest “Hashtag Revolution”? (by Suliman Baldo)

South Sudan News Agency (November 21, 2016): Anti-genocide group says genocide warning system is “flashing red” in South Sudan

The Economist (November 21, 2016): OP-ED – Stop the Cash, Stop the Conflict (by George Clooney and John Prendergast)

Yahoo News (November 18, 2016): Why the US is now calling for an arms embargo on South Sudan

The Christian Science Monitor (November 18, 2016): Why the US is now calling for an arms embargo on South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (November 18, 2016): U.S. to propose UN arms embargo on South Sudan

New York Times (November 17, 2016): U.S., in Shift, Backs Arms Embargo for South Sudan as Genocide Risk Rises

South Sudan News Agency (November 17, 2016): U.S. to Introduce UN Security Council Resolution for Targeted Sanctions, Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Pachodo (November 17, 2016): Enough Project – U.S. to Introduce UN Security Council Resolution for Targeted Sanctions, Arms Embargo on South Sudan

International Business Times (November 17, 2016): Central African Republic: Rights groups urge global community to support Special Criminal Court

AllAfrica (November 11, 2016): Sudan: Darfur Awaits New Foreign Affairs Policy U.S.

The Cougar’s Byte (November 7, 2016): Students Have The Power: A Half-Hour With John Prendergrast

Wall Street Journal (November 7, 2016)Congo’s President Tightens Grip on Power, as Former Allies Squeeze Him Out

CNBC (November 6, 2016): Conflict diamonds may not be on the radar, but they’re still a worry for some

Wall Street Journal (November 1, 2016): Corruption Currents: Former Unaoil Employee Admits Paying Bribes



Europa Press (October 27, 2016): La cleptocracia en RDC sólo se frenará si se imponen sanciones económicas, según una ONG

Daily Maverick (October 26, 2016): Sudan — Real and Imagined

Associated Press (October 25, 2016): Report: Gunmen Still Control Metals Mined for Modern Gadgets

Cocktail Banter (October 24, 2016): Cocktail Banter, Episode 7: War Crimes Shouldn’t Pay

Wall Street Journal (October 21, 2016): Corruption Currents: China Busts $148 Billion Underground-Banking Circuit

OZY (October 21, 2016): The Policy Analyst Going After War Financing in the Congo

International Business Times (October 17, 2016): EU was ‘far too quiet about the repression and its implications for DRC’s future’, says rights group

CCTV America (October 12, 2016): The Heat (Show): South Sudan’s Long Road to Peace

Kleptocracy Initiative – Hudson Institute (October 12, 2016): Kleptocracy Daily: October 12, 2016

OZY (October 12, 2016): Solving the Hidden Conflict Problem in Your Electronics

El Confidencial (October 07, 2016): Los Sobornos que Compraron el Saqueo de África

TIME (October 06, 2016): How to Ensure Lasting Peace in South Sudan (by John Prendergast)



Washington Post (September 24, 2016): EDITORIAL: South Sudan’s top-down disaster

Foreign Affairs Committee Blog (September 23, 2016): Saving the World’s Most Iconic Wildlife

OZY (September 15, 2016): A Different Kind of Movie About the Congo

Washington Post (September 12, 2016): OP-ED: War crimes shouldn’t pay in South Sudan (by George Clooney and John Prendergast)

New York Times (September 12, 2016): South Sudan Leaders Amass Great Wealth as Nation Suffers, Report Says

Wall Street Journal (September 12, 2016): South Sudan Leaders Sending Millions in Ill-Gotten Wealth Abroad, Report Says

Washington Post (September 12, 2016): As the world’s newest country slipped into chaos, its leaders stole millions, report says

CNN – THE LEAD (September 12, 2016): Clooney lends star power to expose war profiteering

FOX NEWS SUNDAY (September 18, 2016): George Clooney on exposing corruption in South Sudan

NPR – ALL THINGS CONSIDERED (September 12, 2016): Report Reveals Corruption At Root Of South Sudan’s Power Struggle

PBS – Newshour (September 12, 2016): South Sudan leaders used chaos of war to loot billions, investigation reveals

Associated Press – NY Times (September 12, 2016): Report: South Sudan Leaders Amass Wealth as Country Burns

Associated Press – Washington Post (September 12, 2016): Report: South Sudan Leaders Amass Wealth as Country Burns

AFP – Yahoo News (September 12, 2016): South Sudan officials get rich from brutal war: report

AFP – Yahoo News (September 13, 2016): Clooney’s S. Sudan corruption report is ‘rubbish’: government

AFP (September 14, 2016): S.Sudan paper shut down as it headlines govt corruption: report

BBC (September 12, 2016): South Sudan’s Kiir and Machar profited during war – report

BBC VIDEO (September 12, 2016): How South Sudan’s Kiir and Machar ‘profited during war’

CNN (September 13, 2016): George Clooney: Deal with South Sudan now, not later

Reuters (September 12, 2016): Clooney, Cheadle urge action to stop pilfering of South Sudan resources

Bloomberg View (September 12, 2016): Saving South Sudan From Its Founding Fathers

PRI’s The World (September 12, 2016): Clooney’s group says South Sudan leaders get rich from brutal civil war

Guardian (September 12, 2016): George Clooney-backed report: South Sudan president profits from civil war

Guardian (September 14, 2016): South Sudanese general paid $1.5m for Melbourne home, says war profiteering report

Daily Beast (September 13, 2016): George Clooney’s War on Kleptocracy In South Sudan

TIME (September 12, 2016): George Clooney’s Group Tracked South Sudanese Leaders Using Instagram

TIME (September 12, 2016): George Clooney Helps Reveal How South Sudan’s Civil War Has Enriched Leaders

Al Jazeera (September 12, 2016): S Sudan leaders ‘profit’ as country suffers during war

Al Jazeera (September 13, 2016): S Sudan to take legal action after corruption report

Al Jazeera – Inside Story (September 13, 2016): Are South Sudan’s leaders benefitting from conflict?

Newsweek (September 12, 2016): How George Clooney’s Investigative Unit Exposed South Sudan Leaders’ Dirty Money

People Magazine (September 12, 2016): George Clooney Unveils Groundbreaking Investigation into War Profiteering in South Sudan

Africa Confidential (September 23, 2016): Salva and Riek on the Dock

Foreign Policy (September 12, 2016): South Sudan’s Leaders Made War — and Many Millions of Dollars

FCPA Blog (September 14, 2016): George Clooney on South Sudan: War crimes shouldn’t pay

IRIN News (September 13, 2016): How South Sudan’s leaders robbed their country – and nearly got away with it

Independent (September 12, 2016): George Clooney accuses South Sudan’s leaders of profiting from war

Der Spiegel (September 15, 2016): Die Villen der Warlords

BBC (September 16, 2016): South Sudan refugees reach one million mark 

East African (September 17, 2016): South Sudan elites wined and dined as the country burned 

PBS Newshour (September 17, 2016): South Sudan leader denies getting rich off civil war

Fox News Insider (September 18, 2016): Clooney: Ending South Sudan’s Corruption is Important to US Nat’l Sec.

Sudan Tribune (September 18, 2016): Kenya bank linked to money laundering from South Sudan 

Observer (September 19, 2016): South Sudanese Generals Splash Money in Uganda

CNBC Africa (September 17, 2016): South Sudan: Actor George Clooney vs the Kleptocrats

Voice of America (September 12, 2016): Rights Group Accuses South Sudan Leaders of War Profiteering

Christian Science Monitor (September 12, 2016): Should other countries do more to thwart corruption in South Sudan?

SBS (Australia) (September 12, 2016): George Clooney heads up South Sudan corruption probe targeting Australia

ABC (Australia) (September 13, 2016): South Sudan report driven by George Clooney and Don Cheadle alleges profiteering by leaders

Quartz Africa (September 12, 2016): South Sudan’s leaders have been making millions of dollars form a conflict which has killed thousands

EFE Europa Press Agency (September 12, 2016): South Sudan leaders profit from war, George Clooney says

International Business Times (September 15, 2016): 3 things we learned about South Sudan leaders profiteering from civil war

Deutsch Welle (September 12, 2016): South Sudan’s leaders enriching themselves at country’s expense: report

Washington Post Cause Celeb (September 12, 2016): George Clooney, Don Cheadle present report on war crimes in South Sudan (September 12, 2016): Limits sought in backfired conflict mineral rule

Globe and Mail (September 8, 2016): RCMP reviewing Canadian-owned firm over military exports to Sudan, Libya

i24news (September 7, 2016): قوات “البنيان المرصوص” تخطط لتحرير آخر معقل لتنظيم “داعش” في سرت

Foreign Policy (September 6, 2016): Dinner, Drinks, and a Near-Fatal Ambush for U.S. Diplomats

i24news (September 5, 2016): سيلفا كير يوافق على قرار مجلس الأمن بزيادة قوات حفظ السلام في جنوب السودان 

Voice of America (September 5, 2016): Daybreak Africa

IRIN News (September 1, 2016): UN paying blacklisted diamond company in Central African Republic

Voice of America (September 1, 2016): South Sudan in Focus


Radio Dabanga (August 30, 2016): Milafaat Sudania

Hurriyat Sudan (August 29, 2016): تقرير لمنظمة (كفاية) : ضعف الحكومة السودانية أدى لإستحداث نفوذ ملحوظ للولايات المتحدة الامريكية

Sudan Tribune (August 29, 2016): Sudan’s economic crisis gives Washington leverage to support inclusive peace deal: report

Radio Dabanga (August 29, 2016): ‘Use Sudan’s financial vulnerabilities to pressure for peace’: Enough Project

El Pais (August 28, 2016): Asesinato a sangre fría en el hotel Terrain

CCTV Africa (August 24, 2016): USA sanctions Kony’s sons

CCTV America (August 24, 2016): The Heat (Show): South Sudan in crisis

Wall Street Journal (August 18, 2016): South Sudan’s Former Vice President Flees Country

RFI (August 17, 2016): RCA: «Ces différents régimes manquent de légitimité»

The National Law Review (August 16, 2016): Summary of Congressional Hearings on U.S. Sanctions in Sub-Saharan Africa

Rolling Stone (August 15, 2016): What Can Ease the Conflict in the Congo?

Radio Tamazuj (August 15, 2016): Pagan Amum outlines UN temporary protectorate details

Sudan Tribune (August 13, 2016): UN Security Council votes for third party foreign force to South Sudan

Catholic Radio Network (August 13, 2016): UN Security Council votes for third party force to South Sudan

Foreign Policy (August 10, 2016): South Sudan Rejects U.S. Push for More Peacekeepers Despite Bloodshed

JusticeInfo (August 9, 2016): World must help save South Sudan, says expert

Voice of America (August 3, 2016): Straight Talk Africa (Show)

African News Agency (August 1, 2016): Heavy fighting engulfs South Sudan

Voice of America (August 1, 2016): Africa 54


Voice of America (July 27, 2016): South Sudan in Focus

Catholic Radio Network (July 27, 2016):  “Replacing Machar bringing country closer to war”, says policy group

Sudan Tribune (July 27, 2016):  Rebel commanders in Unity state dismiss Gai’s army remarks

Sudan Tribune (July 26, 2016):  OP-ED: The long history of buying loyalty to neutralize rivals in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (July 25, 2016):  Advocacy group warns of “full-scale war” in S. Sudan

ReliefWeb (July 25, 2016):  Advocacy group warns of “full-scale war” (July 25, 2016):  President Kiir Removes VP Machar, Appoints Taban Deng

BBC (July 25, 2016): Joseph Shepherd South Sudan

Chemical Watch (July 20, 2016): EU’s conflict minerals framework a ‘missed opportunity’

Associated Press (July 20, 2016): Ugandan-Led Rebel Group Steps Up Attacks in Central Africa

NPR (July 20, 2016): MORNING EDITION: Facebook Blamed For Flare Up In Fighting In South Sudan

Al Jazeera (July 19, 2016): Emmanuel Jal Calls For South Sudan Leaders To Step Down

Centrafique Presse Info (July 19, 2016):  République Centrafricaine : Un chef anti-balaka proche de Bozizé intégré dans la police nationale

Al Jazeera (July 18, 2016):  THE STREAM: South Sudan in Crisis

Center for Public Integrity (July 14, 2016): Rape, murder, famine — and $2.1 million for K Street PR 

Chemical Watch (July 13, 2016): Bill passed in House would defund conflict minerals rule (July 12, 2016): Enough Project’s John Prendergast: South Sudan Peace Deal at “Grave Risk”

Financial Times (July 11, 2016): East Africans hold emergency talks on South Sudan violence

Wall Street Journal (July 10, 2016): Fighting Kills Scores in South Sudan

WWNT Radio (July 9, 2016): United Nations calls for calm as fighting breaks out in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (July 9, 2016): Enough Project urges South Sudanese leaders to avoid violence

Compliance Week (July 8, 2016): House votes to defund enforcement of SEC’s pay ratio, conflict minerals rules

Daily Beast (July 8. 2016): Mandela or Mobutu Moment in South Sudan? (by John Prendergast)

Nyamilepedia (July 8, 2016): Enough Project: Those Benefiting From War Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Hold The Entire Nation Hostage (July 5, 2016): Illegal gold trade in Congo still benefiting armed groups, foreign companies

IRIN News (July 1, 2016): Mission (Not) Accomplished


Rolling Stone (June 30, 2016): See Lucius, Lizzo and Activists Talk Conflict-Free Sourcing

Chemical Watch (June 29, 2016): Republicans seek to repeal conflict minerals reporting rule

RFI (June 25, 2016): Sanctions américaines contre Kanyama en RDC: les Européens prônent le dialogue

Bloomberg (June 23, 2016): U.S. Sanctions Congo Police Chief for Role in Rights Abuses

Voice of America (June 23, 2016): Le chef de la police de Kinshasa, première cible des sanctions américaines contre le régime de Kabila

Chemical Watch (June 23, 2016): House amendment seeks funding block on conflict minerals rule enforcement

Foreign Affairs (June 22, 2016): Congo’s Kabila Problem (by John Prendergast & Sasha Lezhnev)

Business and Human Rights Resource Center (June 22, 2016): (The Hill) OP-ED: Why the House must stop the last-second FSGG rider on conflict minerals

The Hill (June 22, 2016): Why the House must stop the last-second FSGG rider on conflict minerals (by Sasha Lezhnev & Holly Dranginis)

Voice of America (June 22, 2016): South Sudan in Focus (Show)

Philadelphia Tribune (June 22, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

Daily Maverick (June 21, 2016): World Refugee Day, Africa’s stolen loot & Tshwane elections

Washington Post (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

U.S. News and World Report (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years

ABC News (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

San Francisco Chronicle (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

Miami Herald (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

Seattle Post-Intelligence (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

Associated Press (June 21, 2016): ICC sentences former Congo VP Bemba to 18 years in prison

BBC (June 21, 2016): Newsday — Interview with Holly on Charcoal Report

DefenceWeb (June 21, 2016): Rebel-backed charcoal traffickers allegedly destroy swathes of Congo forest

AFK Insider (June 20, 2016): African Charcoal Business: What It Has To Do With War And Peace In Congo

Yahoo News (June 20, 2016): Rebel-backed charcoal traffickers destroy swathes of forest in Congo – rights group

Daily Mail (UK) (June 20, 2016): Rebel-backed charcoal traffickers destroy swathes of forest in Congo – rights group

Reuters (June 20, 2016): Rebel-backed charcoal traffickers destroy swathes of forest in Congo – rights group

Sudanese Online Sudan (June 20, 2016): Joint Civil Society Statement regarding Sexual Violence in Conflict

Daily Nation (Kenya) (June 19, 2016): S. Sudan hits back at lobby for questioning Kiir war on graft

Relief Web (June 19, 2016): Sudan: Joint Civil Society Statement regarding Sexual Violence in Conflict

Africa Review (June 18, 2016): International community ‘to blame’ for graft in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune (June 18, 2016): South Sudan president contests lack of commitment in combating corruption

East African (June 18, 2016): US agency challenges South Sudanese President Kiir to fight graft

Huffington Post (June 17, 2016): “Darfur? Wait, Wasn’t That Fixed A Long Time Ago?” (June 16, 2016): Stolen Assets Must be Returned to the South Sudanese People

Nyamilepedia (June 16, 2016): John Prendergast: Stolen Assets Must Be Returned To South Sudanese People

Sudan Tribune (June 16, 2016): Enough Project calls on President Kiir to ensure return of stolen money

Gurtong (June 16, 2016): Stolen Assets Must be Returned to the South Sudanese People

Heavy (June 14, 2016): George Clooney’s Net Worth: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know

Georgetown College (June 13, 2016): Procurement Policy Addresses Conflict Minerals and Electronics (June 13, 2016): Enough’s Brooks-Rubin to Senate: Modern Sanctions Policy Could Disrupt Violent Kleptocracy in Sub-Saharan Africa

IDEX (June 13, 2016): Civil Society Groups Coalition Calls for Greater Diamond Industry Governance

Wall Street Journal (June 13, 2016): Uganda to Withdraw Troops From Force Hunting Lord’s Resistance Army

Mining and Communities (June 9, 2016): Call for greater governance in global diamond industry

Rapaport (June 9, 2016): KP and Civil Society Lock Horns Over Boycott

Israeli Diamond Institute (June 8, 2016): Broad Coalition of Civil Society Groups Call for Greater Governance in Global Diamond Industry

South Sudan News Agency (June 8, 2016): Enough’s Brooks-Rubin to Senate: Modern Sanctions Policy Could Disrupt Violent Kleptocracy in Sub-Saharan Africa

Huffington Post (June 7, 2016): Inspiring Humanity Through Education

Nyamilepedia (June 6, 2016): Enough’s Brooks-Rubin to Testify to Senate on Sub-Saharan Africa, New Approach to Sanctions


ESPN (May 31, 2016): Aaron Rodgers hopes to produce documentaries when NFL career ends

Rolling Stone (May 31, 2016): How New Doc ‘Merci Congo’ Sheds Light on Deadly Conflict

Business and Human Rights Resource Center (May 30, 2016): The charcoal cartel run by the FDLR rebels is destroying Virunga national park says Senior Policy Analyst at the Enough Project

Sudan Tribune (May 29, 2016): South Sudan wants hybrid court formation delayed

Think Progress (May 28, 2016): The Paradox Of Congo: How The World’s Wealthiest Country Became Home To The World’s Poorest People

East African (May 28, 2016): South Sudan troops ‘getting away with murder’

CNBC Africa (May 27. 2016): Sudan’s crackdown on civil society

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator (May 26, 2016): Human Rights Activist Prendergast Brings Genocide Prevention Vision to Cambridge

Eye Radio (May 24, 2016): What the US should do for effective sanctioning of S. Sudan

Sudan Tribune (May 24, 2016): Advocacy groups calls for leaders’ accountability in South Sudan

The Hill (May 19, 2016): Global Magnitsky’s Power to Protect (by Holly Dranginis)

Newsweek (May 17,2016): Countering the Wizards of a Dystopian Oz (by John Prendergast)

Mic (May 17, 2016): Robin Wright Makes a Powerful Political Statement — It’s Not Related to ‘House of Cards’

Foreign Affairs (May 16, 2016): Virunga’s Charcoal Cartel (by Holly Dranginis)

Nyamilepedia (May 9, 2016): Global Anti-Corruption Summit Could Be “Game-Changing” for Africa

3BLMedia (May 9, 2016): “Tin Mountain” Stirs Up Conflict Minerals Conversations in the Congo

WBUR/NPR (May 6, 2016): On Point with Tom Ashbrook: The Threat To Grauer’s Gorillas

Huffington Post (May 5, 2016): A Look at the Four Finalists of the 2016 Aurora Prize

New Yorker (May 4, 2016): Shootout in Garamba


WORLD Magazine (April 29, 2016): South Sudan’s transitional government finally takes office

Catholic Radio Network (April 29, 2016): Grab war profiteers to account, Enough Project Founding Director recommends

Voice of America (April 28, 2016): One on One with Peter Clottey: John Prendergast of the Enough Project discusses South Sudan

The Hill (April 28, 2016): Obama’s Iran playbook gives hope to Darfur

Sudan Tribune (April 28, 2016): South Sudan “kidnapped” by its leaders: experts

Voice of America (April 27, 2016): Distrust Remains as South Sudan Forms Unity Government

WBEZ (April 27, 2016): Is Peace To Come In South Sudan?

Agence France-Presse (April 27, 2016): Back to the future as S.Sudan’s old rivals ‘end war’, again

Financial Times (April 26, 2016): Rebel leader Rick Machar returns to South Sudan capital

Christian Science Monitor (April 26, 2016): S. Sudan takes tentative step forward as former rebel leader becomes VP

TIME (April 26, 2016): Rebel Leader Riek Machar Returns to South Sudan—and Brings Hopes for Peace With Him

54 Etats (April, 2016): Sudan: Better Targeting the Regime Insiders

ASPIREist(April 25, 2016): Clooney Gets Bombed

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (April 25, 2016): Interaction by U.S. is sought by faction in Sudan genocide

Daily Beast (April 22, 2016): Dirty Money Fuels South Sudan’s War

TIME (April 21, 2016): A Starving South Sudan Holds its Breath for Riek Machar’s Delayed Return

Fox News (April 19, 2016): Once seen as White House triumph, new nation of South Sudan descends into war, misery

Sudan Tribune (April 18, 2016): Experts warn of unsuccessful new unity government in S. Sudan

Sudan Tribune (April 17, 2016): U.S. should impose modernized sanctions on Sudan: group

Agence France-Presse (April 14, 2016): Messy’ peace hope as South Sudan readies for rebel chief return

Radio Dabanga (Sudan) (April 12, 2016): Ministry refutes USA concerns on Darfur referendum

ReliefWeb (April 12, 2016): U.N. Panel of Experts Reveals Gold Smuggling and Cluster Bombs in Darfur

Voice of America (April 12, 2016): Darfur Votes in Referendum Amid Boycott

Sudan Tribune (April 12, 2016): El-Fasher University students protest against Darfur referendum

Africa Confidential (April 11, 2016): A last blast for sanctions

Glamour (April 11, 2016): “I’ve Never Seen Women So Brave”: How Ben Affleck Is Fighting for Women in the Congo

U.S. News and World Report (April 8, 2016): Could the Iran Model Work for Sudan?

Voice of America (April 8, 2016): South Sudan in Focus (Show)

Radio Dabanga (April 7, 2016): New Report: ‘Modernized Sanctions Offer Hope for Peace in Sudan”

The Strategic Sourceror (April 6, 2016): Apple announces 100 percent supply chain conflict mineral audits

National Jeweller (April 6, 2016): Can the Kimberley Process Get it Right in CAR?

TIME (April 5, 2016): How to Stabilize the Central African Republic

ESPN (April 5, 2016): Coming (back) to America: Deal with Chiefs brings Andy Mulumba back to U.S.


Radio France International (March 26, 2016): Violence against women in Sudan on the rise – activists

Justice Hub (March 24, 2016): Reactions to the ICC’s Confirmation of Charges Against Ongwen

American Bar Association (March 21, 2016): Interview with John Prendergast

Chemical Watch (March 16, 2016): Building a conflict-free supply chain

The Justice (Brandeis University) (March 15, 2016): Reevaluate United States’ relationship with South Sudanese officials

Voice of America (March 15, 2016): Advocacy Groups: Sanctions, Arms Embargo, Tribunal Needed for S. Sudan

Daily Nation (March 14, 2016): Life-saving aid for children in S. Sudan has ‘collapsed’, Unicef Says

New York Times (March 12, 2016): Where the Soldiers Are Scarier Than the Crocodiles

New York Times (March 11, 2016): In South Sudan, City of Hope Is Now City of Fear

Huffington Post (March 9, 2016): Getting Away With It

The Hill (March 8, 2016): Standing up for the downtrodden

Spend Matters (March 4, 2016): Report: Dodd-Frank Act Effective at Eliminating Conflict Minerals from Supply Chain

Telegraph (March 3, 2016): Joseph Kony’s LRA abducts scores of child soldiers in new wave of attacks


Radio France International (February 25, 2016): Attack on Malakal camp sheds light on bigger South Sudan problem

Wall Street Journal (February 24, 2016): Today’s Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ

Wall Street Journal (February 23, 2016): Conflict-Free Mineral Exports on the Rise – Enough Project

ReliefWeb (February 23, 2016): Point of Origin – Status Report on the Impact of Dodd-Frank 1502 in Congo

U.S. News & World Report (February 23, 2016): Obama Softens on Iran and Cuba. What About Sudan?

Gurtong (February 14, 2016): Organization Urges South Sudan’s Warring Parties To Put Citizens’ Interests Above Theirs

Sudan Tribune (February 13, 2016): S. Sudan crisis blamed on mismanagement by leadership

Radio France International (February 12, 2016): Bad management, bad blood threaten South Sudan’s unity government

Medium (February 11, 2016): Boom Town: What happened when Wall Street reform came to Congo’s frontier mining towns

Radio France International (February 11, 2016): Ouganda: capturé, Odek l’ex-lieutenant de Kony, devrait être amnistié

Reuters Africa (February 11, 2016): Uganda says senior Lord’s Resistance Army leader surrenders in CAR

Extreme Tech (February 11, 2016): Inside Intel’s phenomenal effort to end its use of conflict minerals

Common Space (UK) (February 11, 2016): Campaigners celebrate Glasgow Uni pledge to ditch conflict minerals

Sudan Tribune (February 11, 2016): Security Council adopts Darfur experts resolution without gold sanctions

News24 (February 10, 2016): Ugandan LRA top rebel captured in Central Africa

Newsweek (February 9, 2016): Ethnic Violence in DR Congo Kills at Least 21: U.N.

Voice of America (February 3, 2016): “South Sudan in Focus” radio show, segment on the Lemkin Summit

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (February 2, 2016): OP-ED: Voices for war and peace in South Sudan

Die Welt (February 1, 2016): Wie fair ist ein Smartphone?


VICE News (January 29, 2016): Blood Diamonds and Religious War: Diamonds and Division

Sudan Tribune (January 26, 2016)South Sudan’s Kiir, Machar should face sanctions: UN experts

Radio France International (English) (January 13, 2016)“Worrying” LRA abductions in Central African Republic

Huffington Post (January 12, 2016)How Intel Eliminated War From Its Supply Chain

Telegraph (January 12, 2016)LRA warlord Joseph Kony uses ivory trade to buy arms

Sudan Tribune (January 7, 2016)Flour Power: Bread crisis, a cash crunch, and Sudan’s shrinking private sector (by Omer Ismail)



Radio France International (English) (December 28, 2015)CAR elections won’t be perfect, voter turnout key issue: analyst

IRIN News (December 17, 2015): Fuelled by corruption, South Sudan war enters third year

Huffington Post (December 15, 2015): South Sudan’s War Has Raged For Two Years, Making Some People Very Rich

Sudan Tribune (December 15, 2015): Investigate financially exposed S. Sudanese individuals: report

Bloomberg (December 15, 2015): South Sudan Devalues Currency by 84% as Dollar Peg Abandoned

Guardian (December 15, 2015): South Sudan: world’s newest nation ‘needs international management’

Sudan Tribune (December 11, 2015): US officials accuse S. Sudanese leaders of “hijacking” country

Voice of America (December 11, 2015): Enough Project’s John Prendergast on South Sudan in Focus

Daily Nation (December 11, 2015): ‘Kiir, Machar would end up in jail soon’ angry US Senator says

Bloomberg (December 9, 2015): Kony’s Christian Rebels Still Threaten Central African Republic

Reuters (December 4, 2015): Eastern Congo militias test U.N. peace enforcement


WLDS/WEAI Radio (November 22, 2015): Local college student involved in human rights initiative

Sudan Tribune (November 22, 2015): Beyond the Façades of Khartoum: The rise of Sudan’s ‘nouveau riche’ and increased economic disparity (by Suliman Baldo)

Sudan Tribune (November 21, 2015): Exodus from Sudan: The flight of human capital and the growth of a parasitic economy by (Suliman Baldo)

Bloomberg (November 13, 2015): U.S. Says Buhari on Right Track in Battle Against Boko Haram

New York Times (November 9, 2015): An Island Refuge, Surrounded by Bloody Civil War, in South Sudan

US News (November 8, 2015): Elephants Targeted in Congo

Sudan Tribune (November 4, 2015): Sudan’s VP calls to implement recent understandings with Uganda

RFI (November 2, 2015): NGO workers kidnapped for ransom in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo


IRIN (October 30, 2015): IRIN’s Top Picks: City migration, trafficking ivory and cross-border disasters

Agence France-Presse (October 29, 2015): South Sudan soldiers poach elephants in DR Congo

WBEZ Worldview (October 28, 2015): The hunt to ‘stop Kony’ continues

Associated Press (October 26, 2015): Warlord Kony Killing Congo Elephants, Selling Ivory in Sudan

Sudan Tribune (October 23, 2015): Sudan’s National Monologue (by Omer Ismail)

Fox News (October 23, 2015): Help from above: Satellites, crowd sourcing to fight child slavery in West Africa

East African (October 10, 2015): Samba-Panza postpones polls as fresh fighting fractures CAR peace

Washington Post (October 7, 2015): Letter to the Editor: The Need to Find Kony (by Sasha Lezhnev)

Foreign Policy (October 2, 2015): The Imperfect Trial of Congo’s ‘Terminator’ (by Holly Dranginis and Fidel Bafilemba)


Huffington Post (September 30, 2015): A Murder Unleashes Chaos In The Central African Republic 

The Hill (September 30, 2015): Lawmakers: Keep U.S. troops on hunt for Kony

Huffington Post (September 28, 2015): Coffee and Peacebuilding in South Sudan (Part II) (by John Prendergast)

Huffington Post (September 22, 2015): Coffee and Peacebuilding in South Sudan (by John Prendergast)

The Hill (September 18, 2015): Time for the Senate to confirm Gayle Smith (by John Prendergast)

International Business Times (September 18, 2015): Congo’s Conflict Minerals: US Companies Struggle To Trace Tantalum, Tungsten, Tin, Gold In Their Products

Sudan Tribune (September 16, 2015): Russia, Angola block UN sanction on S. Sudan’s Malong and Olony, as NGOs condemn

International Business Times (September 15, 2015): Inside Congo’s Rape Crisis

Guardian (September 14, 2015): African nations work together to rid supply chains of conflict materials

Foreign Policy (September 8, 2015): South Sudan’s Peace Deal Never Stood a Chance

Inside Philanthropy (September 4, 2015): Which Actor Is Targeting the Finance Flows Behind Africa’s Wars?

African Arguments (September 2, 2015): The CAR’s rushed elections are a dangerous gamble


TIME (August 27, 2015): Blood Diamonds

Los Angeles Times (August 26, 2015): South Sudan’s president signs peace deal but has many qualms

Daily Beast Op-ed (August 26, 2015): Saving South Sudan From Kleptocracy by John Prendergast            

Washington Post (August 26, 2015): Leaders sign deal to end South Sudan’s civil war, but challenges loom

Bloomberg (August 26, 2015): South Sudan Leader Signs Peace Deal, Citing ‘Reservations’

Sudan Tribune (August 26, 2015): S. Sudan’s Kiir signs final peace accord South Sudan

VICE News (August 26, 2015): South Sudan’s President Signs Deal to End Civil War, But Peace Still in Doubt

Wall Street Journal (August 25, 2015): South Sudan’s President Set to Sign Peace Deal

Radio Dabanga (August 25, 2015):  US special envoy expected in Khartoum today

VICE News (August 20, 2015): Sign Peace Deal or We’ll Impose an Arms Embargo, US Tells South Sudan’s President

VICE News (August 19, 2015): South Sudan’s President Refuses to Endorse Peace Deal as Deadline Passes

Green Bay Press Gazette (August 16, 2015): Mulumba’s mission comes full circle

Voice of America (August 10, 2015): Activists: Now is Time to Press LRA, Kony Fight

​Foreign Policy (August 10, 2015): How to Destroy a War Economy


Washington Post (July 30, 2015): It’s Time to Act to Stop South Sudan’s Sad Unraveling

Think Progress (July 29, 2015): How Do You Stop Intractable Conflict? Take Away The Profit

Fast Company (July 28, 2015): The Sentry Will Expose Who’s Illegally Profiting From Africa’s Deadly Wars (Watch video)

Foreign Policy (July 28, 2015): South Sudan’s Endless Nightmare

CNN (July 27, 2015): John Prendergast on CNN’s World Right Now (Transcript)

 Daily Beast (July 24, 2015): How Obama Can Stop South Sudan’s War

The Guardian (July 22, 2015): Obama Heads to Kenya Amid Fresh Claims of South Sudan War Crimes

The Street (July 22, 2015): George Clooney: Follow the Money to End Conflict in Africa (Video)

Dabanga (July 22, 2015): ‘Follow the money that funds atrocities in Sudan’: The Sentry

Quartz (July 22, 2015):   George Clooney wants to expose people who finance Africa’s conflicts—but it won’t be easy

China Daily (July 22, 2015): George Clooney seeks to expose corruption in Africa war zones

The Hill (July 21, 2015): An Evolving Obama Success Story in Africa

Christian Science Monitor (July 21, 2015): Who is profiting from African conflicts? George Clooney wants to find out.

The Times (South Africa) (July 21, 2015): Clooney Targets the financers of wars in Africa

The Week (UK) (July 21, 2015): How George Clooney plans to end war and conflict in Africa

TIME (July 21, 2015): George Clooney’s New Initiative Seeks to Expose Those Who Profit From War in Africa

Newsweek (July 21, 2015): George Clooney Launches Project to Uncover African Conflict Profiteers

BBC News (July 21, 2015): Clooney’s Africa mission

CNBC (July 21, 2015): Actor George Clooney seeks to expose funding of Africa conflicts

MarketWatch (July 21, 2015): Clooney to tackle Africa profiteers in latest role

Le Figaro (July 21, 2015): La nouvelle croisade de George Clooney pour la paix en Afrique

RFI (July 21, 2015): Soudan du Sud: le projet de George Clooney pour mettre fin au conflit

El Pais (July 21, 2015): George Clooney, el señor de la paz

AFP (July 20, 2015): Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Reuters (July 20, 2015): Actor George Clooney seeks to expose funding of Africa conflicts

VICE (July 20, 2015): Following the Money: Could Financial Investigators Help Stop War in Africa?

Daily Beast (July 20, 2015): Clooney Launches Africa War Project

The Guardian (July 20, 2015): George Clooney seeks to expose those who fund and profit from wars in Africa

Yahoo News (July 20, 2015): Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Daily Mail (July 20, 2015): Actor George Clooney seeks to expose funding of Africa conflicts

Al Jazeera (July 20, 2015): George Clooney launches project to ‘end war in Africa’

Huffington Post (July 20, 2015): George Clooney Project To Track Money Fueling Africa’s Wars

France 24 (July 20, 2015): Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Business Insider (July 20, 2015): Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Reuters Africa (July 20, 2015): Actor George Clooney seeks to expose funding of Africa conflicts

Voice of America (July 20, 2015): Actor George Clooney Seeks to Expose Funding of Africa Conflicts

The Independent (July 20, 2015): George Clooney is trying to end all war in Africa

GlobalPost (July 20, 2015):  New Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Al Arabiya (July 20, 2015): Actor George Clooney seeks to expose funding of Africa conflicts

Mail and Guardian Africa (July 20, 2015): Want to end conflicts in South Sudan, elsewhere in Africa? New initiative says follow the money

News24 (July 20, 2015): New Clooney project to probe financing of African wars

Barron’s (July 20, 2015): Africa War Investment Gets Hollywood Attention

AllAfrica (July 20, 2015): Africa: George Clooney Launches Project to ‘End War in Africa’

ENCA (July 20, 2015): Who funds Africa’s wars and why? George Clooney’s money will reveal all

CNN (July 10, 2015): South Sudan’s Anniversary Marks Little to Celebrate


CNN (June 25, 2015): Sanctions Threats Not Enough in South Sudan

Daily Beast (June 22, 2015): Keep Fighting Joseph Kony’s LRA

VICE News (June 21, 2015): The Diamond Trade Is Fueling Conflict in the Central African Republic

TIME (June 15, 2015): The Sudanese President’s Escape Highlights the Determination of African Lawyers

Foreign Affairs (June 8, 2015): Absent in Central Africa: How the United States Risks Reigniting Chaos in Congo


Town and Country Magazine (May 7, 2015):

John Prendergast at the 2015 T&C Philanthropy Summit | Watch the video!

Haute Living (May 6, 2015): Emmanuelle Chriqui on Raise Hope for Congo


Al Jazeera America (April 19, 2015): As Gold Fuels Darfur Conflict, Activists Push for More Sudan Sanctions. Enough Project’s Akshaya Kumar Weighs in.

Vanity Fair (April 2015): Robin Wright on the Congo and the Enough Project


New York Times (February 25, 2015): George Clooney and Enough Project’s John Prendergast & Akshaya Kumar on Sudan’s Rape of Darfur