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What changes and doesn’t change after Turkey’s failed coup

What changes and doesn’t change after Turkey’s failed coup

July 18, 2016 0

With more than than 290 dead, 1,400 injured, and 9,000 arrested (including 30 governors), a dramatic coup attempt by a segment of the Turkish military is over, or at least in its dying

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A fight to the death?

A fight to the death?

carolyn.simon@hrc.org July 11, 2016 0

If the fighting in Juba between the forces of President Salva Kiir and Vice President Riek Machar marks South Sudan’s return to civil war, it won’t be for a lack of warnings over

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Top Picks: Grotesque gap years, Iraq minorities, and a chance for peace

Top Picks: Grotesque gap years, Iraq minorities, and a chance for peace

carolyn.simon@hrc.org July 8, 2016 0

Welcome to IRIN's weekly top picks of must-read research, podcasts, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top of global crises. Four to read : Iraq's missing minorities As we

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Is this Palestinian refugee camp Syria’s next Yarmouk?

Is this Palestinian refugee camp Syria’s next Yarmouk?

dan.rafter@hrc.org July 8, 2016 0

A Palestinian refugee camp near Damascus is at risk of being further cut off from aid following weeks of bombing by Syrian pro-government forces and Russian warplanes. While there has been unprecedented interest

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Top Picks: Opportunistic op-ed, the council of elders, and a writer’s regret

Top Picks: Opportunistic op-ed, the council of elders, and a writer’s regret

June 10, 2016 0

Welcome to IRIN's weekly top picks of must-read research, podcasts, reports, blogs and in-depth articles to help you keep on top of global crises. Five to read: Writing Human Rights and Getting It

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Briefing – who’s who in Burundi’s armed opposition

Briefing – who’s who in Burundi’s armed opposition

dan.rafter@hrc.org June 7, 2016 0

A year after President Pierre Nkurunziza controversially decided to stand for a third term in office in Burundi, more than 1,150 people have died in political violence, according to conflict tracking NGO ACLED

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Why the EU migration deal with Sudan is so dodgy

Why the EU migration deal with Sudan is so dodgy

carolyn.simon@hrc.org May 26, 2016 0

Sudan is a lynchpin in the flow of migrants out of Africa.

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Burundi’s peace talks going nowhere

Burundi’s peace talks going nowhere

May 24, 2016 0

The purpose of peace talks is to engage your opponent across the negotiating table. But the Burundi government sees things differently and by picking and choosing who it talks to, on Tuesday sank

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Why more money alone won’t improve crisis response

Why more money alone won’t improve crisis response

carolyn.simon@hrc.org May 18, 2016 0

European Commission Vice President Kristalina Georgieva makes the case for a newly agreed "Grand Bargain" for aid efficiency.

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Five countries where child soldiers are still recruited

Five countries where child soldiers are still recruited

May 17, 2016 0

Colombia’s largest guerrilla group has agreed to release all of its soldiers under age 15.

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