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La sélection d’IRIN : Nauru, le Liban, Haïti, la Haye et Genève

La sélection d’IRIN : Nauru, le Liban, Haïti, la Haye et Genève

dan.rafter@hrc.org October 21, 2016 0

Chaque semaine, les journalistes d’IRIN vous offrent une sélection des ressources les plus importantes et les plus intéressantes qu’ils ont repérées. Voici la liste des lectures humanitaires de cette semaine. La CPI, « une

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Burundi walks away from the ICC

Burundi walks away from the ICC

October 19, 2016 0

Burundi has become the first country to begin the process of withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, retaliation for the ICC’s decision earlier this year to open a preliminary investigation into human rights

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REVEALED: The “miracle babies” preacher tying British regulators in knots

REVEALED: The “miracle babies” preacher tying British regulators in knots

October 3, 2016 0

When “Mrs. E” found herself unable to conceive, desperate, she approached a member of her congregation

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As Islamist militancy wanes, Pakistan’s Pashto-language filmmakers bounce back

As Islamist militancy wanes, Pakistan’s Pashto-language filmmakers bounce back

carolyn.simon@hrc.org September 28, 2016 0

Two years ago, Islamist militants were bombing cinemas in the Pakistani city of Peshawar and the region’s Pashto-language film industry had ground to halt. But security has improved dramatically, and Peshawar’s filmmakers are

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As Islamist militancy wanes, Pakistan’s Pashto filmmakers bounce back

As Islamist militancy wanes, Pakistan’s Pashto filmmakers bounce back

September 28, 2016 0

Two years ago, Islamist militants were bombing cinemas in the Pakistani city of Peshawar and the region’s Pashto-language film industry had ground to halt. But security has improved dramatically, and Peshawar’s filmmakers are

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What could be bad about a global campaign against xenophobia?

What could be bad about a global campaign against xenophobia?

carolyn.simon@hrc.org September 19, 2016 0

As part of efforts to strengthen and harmonise responses to migrants and refugees, the UN is to lead a global campaign to counter xenophobia. Announced by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in April , member

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Iraq: No country for young men

Iraq: No country for young men

carolyn.simon@hrc.org September 5, 2016 0

Saif fights the so-called Islamic State for a living and can barely pay his bills. Falih is desperate to leave Iraq, but can’t get a visa. Abdullah works for the government but says

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Gang violence in Central America is a humanitarian crisis

Gang violence in Central America is a humanitarian crisis

September 1, 2016 0

Central America’s Northern Triangle – encompassing El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras – is one of the most violent regions in the world outside of a warzone. Transnational gangs or maras have proliferated in

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How Kenya’s al-Shabab amnesty is a loaded gun

How Kenya’s al-Shabab amnesty is a loaded gun

August 31, 2016 0

Musa Rashid had fought for a year with the Somali jihadist group al-Shabab until, disillusioned, he returned home to Kenya. Part of the lure was a government amnesty for those who renounced violence,

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They’re defeating Boko Haram but are they Nigeria’s next security threat?

They’re defeating Boko Haram but are they Nigeria’s next security threat?

August 22, 2016 0

Boko Haram is on the run, and much of the credit must go to vigilantes in northeastern Nigeria who have risen up to protect their local communities from the jihadists. But there is

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