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Can South Sudan’s peace deal stick?

Can South Sudan’s peace deal stick?

April 13, 2016 0

South Sudan may finally, perhaps, be on the road to peace. Rebel leader Riek Machar is expected in the capital, Juba, next week in the final step towards a government of national unity

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Little to go home to in war-torn Pakistan

Little to go home to in war-torn Pakistan

dan.rafter@hrc.org April 4, 2016 0

Pakistan’s military says it’s in the final phase of operations to clear militants from areas near the Afghanistan border, and the government plans to return those displaced by the fighting by the end

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Fueled by corruption, South Sudan war enters third year

Fueled by corruption, South Sudan war enters third year

December 17, 2015 0

WASHINGTON 17 December 2015 (IRIN) - South Sudan is an oil-rich country with fertile soil and a wealth of untapped mineral riches. Pilfering money is easy for those who are so inclined, and

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Fuelled by corruption, South Sudan war enters third year

Fuelled by corruption, South Sudan war enters third year

dan.rafter@hrc.org December 17, 2015 0

WASHINGTON 17 December 2015 (IRIN) - South Sudan is an oil-rich country with fertile soil and a wealth of untapped mineral riches. Pilfering money is easy for those who are so inclined, and

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Is Yemen Europe’s next migration crisis?

Is Yemen Europe’s next migration crisis?

dan.rafter@hrc.org September 18, 2015 0

SANA'A/BEIRUT 18 September 2015 (IRIN) - Suddenly everyone knows about Syria refugees flee across Europe. But further south, another Middle Eastern country is imploding at an even faster rate. Will Yemenis be the

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Film: When the war came back – A South Sudan village relives the effects of conflict

Film: When the war came back – A South Sudan village relives the effects of conflict

May 18, 2015 0

KANDAK, SOUTH SUDAN 18 May 2015 (IRIN) - Kandak, a small village in South Sudan’s Jonglei state, eight days walk from the Ethiopian border, has paid a high price for its unfortunate location

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IRIN’s Top Picks: White elephants, corruption and IEDs

IRIN’s Top Picks: White elephants, corruption and IEDs

carolyn.simon@hrc.org April 17, 2015 0

DUBAI 17 April 2015 (IRIN) - This week's Top Picks features MSF's executive director on the dangers of mixing military and humanitarian missions, how homemade bombs affect aid work in Afghanistan, wasted Ebola

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Women and malnutrition – the case of South Sudan

Women and malnutrition – the case of South Sudan

dan.rafter@hrc.org March 18, 2015 0

KODOK 18 March 2015 (IRIN) - Pregnant breastfeeding women are the demographic group most at risk of malnutrition in South Sudan after children, making up some 12 percent of all those on supplementary

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South Sudan’s delayed peace means no justice for war crime victims

South Sudan’s delayed peace means no justice for war crime victims

carolyn.simon@hrc.org March 6, 2015 0

KAMPALA 06 March 2015 (IRIN) - Regional negotiators had warned that yesterday was the "last chance" for South Sudan's warring parties to reach a resolution, but even a renewed threat of sanctions from

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South Africa’s health system shuns asylum seekers

South Africa’s health system shuns asylum seekers

dan.rafter@hrc.org October 31, 2014 0

JOHANNESBURG 31 October 2014 (IRIN) - When Elise M’s* 18-year-old daughter tried to kill herself with an overdose of pills last year, the ambulance that Elise called took them to nearby South Rand

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