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Libyan oil wars and the battle for Tripoli

Libyan oil wars and the battle for Tripoli

March 15, 2017 0

It’s flying under the radar, but the Libyan capital is shuddering through its worst violence since fighting first broke out mid-2014, while oil wars rage out east amidst signs of increased Russian involvement.

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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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Life on the edge of Libya’s battle against Islamic State

Life on the edge of Libya’s battle against Islamic State

August 8, 2016 0

The sun sets to the sound of distant explosions. Three children sell homemade bread by the side of the road to Libyan soldiers driving between the frontlines. This is the outskirts of Sirte,

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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 peace deal hangs in the balance

A peace deal hangs in the balance

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

Captain Jimmy Amolay looked across the river at the charred wreckage of a backhoe sitting in shallow, muddy water. Islamist militants blew up the tractor even though it was being used to dredge

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A peace deal hangs in the balance in the Philippines

A peace deal hangs in the balance in the Philippines

April 28, 2016 0

Captain Jimmy Amolay looked across the river at the charred wreckage of a backhoe sitting in shallow, muddy water. Islamist militants blew up the tractor even though it was being used to dredge

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Syrian refugees in Cologne fear backlash

Syrian refugees in Cologne fear backlash

carolyn.simon@hrc.org January 15, 2016 0

OXFORD 15 January 2016 (IRIN) - Syrian refugees living in Cologne say they’re afraid they’ll have to pay the price for the actions of gangs of men, said to be of Arab and

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Maize shortage renews debate over GM in Zimbabwe

Maize shortage renews debate over GM in Zimbabwe

March 4, 2013 0

HARARE 04 March 2013 (IRIN) - A major shortage of maize has sent the price of maize meal, used for porridge and poultry feed, spiralling in Zimbabwe, prompting traders to lobby the government

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Five food issues to watch out for

Five food issues to watch out for

February 15, 2013 0

JOHANNESBURG 15 February 2013 (IRIN) - Who or what do you blame when the price of maize seems to keep going through the roof? If you didn’t mention fuel subsidies, then you need

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BANGLADESH-KENYA: Our Lives – A survivors’ guide to hard times

BANGLADESH-KENYA: Our Lives – A survivors’ guide to hard times

December 6, 2012 0

NAIROBI 06 December 2012 (IRIN) - Price Watch (Our lives) >

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