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          South Sudan: ‘Horrific acts’ by government may constitute ‘war crimes’ says UN, demanding justice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Multiple killings and a campaign of sexual violence that may amount to war crimes have been documented by United Nations rights monitors in South Sudan’s Unity state, prompting a call for government and opposition forces to be held to account.
          South Sudan National Day      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WASHINGTON, 09 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, we extend our best wishes to the people of the Republic of South Sudan on the seventh anniversary of their nation's independence.
          UN demands justice for civilians deliberately and ruthlessly targeted in attacks in South Sudan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
GENEVA, 10 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- UN Human Rights monitors have documented what appear to be deliberate, ruthless and brutally violent attacks on civilians, particularly against women and children, by Government and aligned forces, as well as armed youth in parts of Unity State in South Sudan.
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          ‘Throats slit’ in South Sudan conflict      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Women have often taken to the streets to demand an end to the violence

Horrific accounts of gang rape, throats being slit and mass shootings in South Sudan are described in the latest United Nations report on the country.

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          South Sudan government forces, allies killed hundreds of civilians: U.N.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At least 232 civilians were killed and 120 women and girls raped in "scorched earth" attacks by South Sudan government troops and aligned forces in opposition-held villages earlier this year, the U.N. human rights office said on Tuesday.

          United Nations demands justice for civilians deliberately and ruthlessly targeted in attacks in South Sudan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
UN Human Rights monitors have documented what appear to be deliberate, ruthless and brutally violent attacks on civilians, particularly against women and children, by Government and aligned forces, as well as armed youth in parts of Unity State in South Sudan. A report issued Tuesday documents acts that constitute gross violations and abuses of international […]
          Gang-rapes, lynchings: UN tallies latest South Sudan abuses      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
South Sudan government troops and allied fighters killed at least 232 civilians in a five-week period this year, hanging some people from trees and burning others alive, according to a United Nations report released Tuesday.
          U.N.: South Sudan government forces committing war crimes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A U.N. report published Tuesday accused the South Sudanese government and its allied forces of committing war crimes.
          South Sudan troops, allies killed hundreds in recent attacks: UN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Over 230 civilians killed and 120 women and girls raped by South Sudan government troops and aligned forces, UN says.

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JOHANNESBURG (AP) - South Sudan government troops and allied fighters killed at least 232 civilians in a five-week period this year, hanging some people from...
          South Sudan troops, allies killed hundreds in recent attacks: UN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Over 230 civilians killed and 120 women and girls raped by South Sudan government troops and aligned forces, UN says.
          Another Power-Sharing Deal Reached in South Sudan Civil War      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Leaders of South Sudan's warring parties have reached a peace agreement that will see rebel leader Riek Machar reinstated to the vice presidency and a possible end to the 5-year-old civil war.It has been agreed that there will be four vice presidents: ...
          South Sudan troops, allies killed hundreds in recent attacks: UN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Over 230 civilians killed and 120 women and girls raped by South Sudan government troops and aligned forces, UN says.
          Army, rebels implicated in South Sudan war crimes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
from RAJI BASHIR in Khartoum, Sudan KHARTOUM, (CAJ News) – THE elderly, children and disabled are among hundreds of people killed in grave acts of violence documented by United Nations (UN) human rights monitors in South Sudan. The investigations established that at least 232 civilians were killed and many more injured in attacks by warring […]
          SPLM-IO accuses South Sudan army of fresh attack in River Yei      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
July 10, 2018 (JUBA) – As discussions over the governance chapter are stalled in Khartoum, the main armed opposition SPLM-IO Tuesday accused the South Sudanese government army of attacking its positions in Yei River State. “This morning the 10/07/2018, over 200 regime’s soldiers went out of Morobo Town and attacked the SPLA IO base at […]
          South Sudan opposition calls for African Union involvement in peace talks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
July 10, 2018 (JUAB) – The SPLM Leaders (FPD) chairperson Tuesday said the Khartoum round of talks for peace in South Sudan is missing transparency and inclusivity and called for more African union involvement in the IGAD-led process. SPLM Leaders (FPD) leader and former SPLM secretary general Pagan Amum (AFP/Getty) The call comes after a […]
          Former detainees: ‘Peace talks are not transparent’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Peace negotiations aimed at ending the conflict in South Sudan “are not transparent” and not inclusive, former political detainees said. Talks between the South Sudan warring parties are still ongoing in Khartoum. The opposition recently protested against a power sharing proposal presented during a closed-door meeting in Uganda. The former detainees, who also described themselves as […]
          SPLA killed hundreds of civilians in Unity -UN      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The United Nations accused South Sudan’s government forces and aligned troops of killing hundreds of civilians, including children and the elderly, in deliberate and ruthless attacks in parts of Unity State. A new report issued by the UN human rights office (OHCHR) Tuesday documents acts that constitute gross violations and abuses of international human rights and […]
          Sudan unveils new proposal as latest Uganda deal is rejected      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sudan’s government has unveiled a new peace plan in South Sudan, just days after the opposition rejected the Entebbe peace proposal. The Sudanese mediation held separate consultative meetings with representatives of the South Sudanese parties in Khartoum on Tuesday. The proposed power sharing agreement provides for creation of four vice presidents, with opposition leader Riek […]
          Two injured in brawl during wrestling match in Jonglei      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At least two people sustained gunshot wounds in a brawl during a wrestling match in Twic South County of South Sudan’s Jonglei state on Tuesday, in total defiance of an order banning wrestling in the state, a local official said. Speaking to Radio Tamazuj on Tuesday, Daniel Deng, Twic Centre County commissioner said the incident […]
          Uganda: Uganda: UNHCR Operational Update, June 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda

During the month of June 2018, 8,729 persons from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Burundi and other countries, arrived in Uganda—the majority from DRC. The humanitarian situation remains unpredictable in South Sudan, DRC and Burundi.

Refugees from South Sudan report fleeing primarily out of fear of being killed by fighters from either side of the conflict inside the country, while those from DRC report inter-ethnic clashes and fears related to the upcoming elections.

Burundians indicate several reasons for leaving their country, related to security concerns and fears around the referendum in Burundi.

Operational Highlights:

A peace agreement was signed in Khartoum, on 27 June, between the government of South Sudan and the opposition leader Riek Machar, which includes a permanent ceasefire, building a national army, improvement of infrastructure and security of the oil fields. The ceasefire is however being threatened by reports of renewed armed hostilities between the two groups, with each reportedly accusing the other of violating the agreement.

UNHCR and partners commemorated World Refugee Day (WRD) in all refugee hosting locations in Uganda. The national celebrations were held in Nakivale, on 20 June, as the settlement was also celebrating 60 years of hosting refugees in Uganda.
The occasion was presided over by the Minister for Disaster Preparedness, Hon.
Hillary Onek. During the occasion, UNHCR handed over 02 vehicles to Isingiro and Kyegegwa Districts to support the capacity of refugee hosting districts as part of CRRF. WRD events in all locations attracted a wide array of representation of government, including district officials and LCs, UN agencies, foreign missions, who joined refugees in the celebrations.

On 17 June a quarrel between refugees in Tika Zone, Rhino camp escalated into an ethnic fight between refugees of Dinka and Nuer communities, claiming the lives of four refugees. The incident caused displacement of families from the village to nearby location. Following the incident and after the fruitless reconciliatory effort by police,
OPM, UNHCR and partners, it was agreed to separate the two communities. 3,390 Nuer refugees were relocated to Omugo zone while Dinka refugees were moved back to Tika village. Following the incident, the UNHCR Representative in Uganda has called on partners to prioritize labour-intensive initiatives to create employment for youth in refugee settlements and adjacent host communities. He characterized failure to attend to the needs of refugee youth as a time bomb, noting that recourse to anti-social behaviour is in large measure the product of lack of opportunities to engage in productive activities.


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The ANC Commends Eritrea and Ethiopia on the Watershed Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship Between States
10 July 2018

The African National Congress commends and congratulates His Excellencies, Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr. AbiyAhmed Ali on the successful conclusion of the Asmara Summit's watershed "Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship between Eritrea and Ethiopia", which was signed on Monday, July 9 2018.

The ANC concurs with the Asmara Joint Declaration that over the past twenty years some forces have denied the opportunity to build a bright future based on common heritage for their peoples of Eritrea and Ethiopia. We stand ready assist our sister countries in making up for lost opportunities and creating an even bigger golden opportunities including, where required, to facilitate intimate political, economic, social, cultural and security cooperation that serves and advances the vital interests of the people of Eritrea and Ethiopia.

We are elated that transport, trade and communications links between the two sister countries will resume and that diplomatic ties and activities will restart in earnest. We note with joy, the announcement by Ethiopian Airlines that regular flights between Addis Ababa and Asmara will begin next week and that direct telephone calls between the two capitals are now operational.

We note the positive implications of this emerging regional Ethiopian-Eritrea partnership will have, in advancing the challenging road ahead to regional peace, development and cooperation, most notably in South Sudan, Sudan and Somalia. The ANC looks forward to successful implementation of the provisions of the 2000 Algiers Agreement and the 2002 Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Commission's final and binding decision. 

The ANC also warmly compliments the decisive Ethiopian Prime Minister's formal request to the UN Secretary-General for the lifting of the US-led, UN Sanctions on Eritrea. We are certain that victory belongs to the masses.

Viva the leadership and peoples of Eritrea and Ethiopia!

Amandla!!

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          New Zealand Humanitarian Assistance For Somalia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

New Zealand has approved $5.2 million in humanitarian funding to address significant humanitarian needs in South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia. The ongoing conflict in South Sudan, and prolonged drought, recent heavy rains and pockets of violence in Ethiopia and Somalia, have contributed to deeply concerning humanitarian situations in all three countries. New Zealand’s support will …

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          South Sudan: Non-Governmental Organizations Act (2003)       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Publisher: National Legislative Bodies / National Authorities - Document type: National Decrees, Circulars, Regulation, Policy Documents
          Atrocity Prevention and US Policy toward South Sudan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum published in July 2018 a detailed assessment titled "From Independence to Civil War: Atrocity Prevention and US Policy toward South Sudan" by Jon Temin.

The author identified four pivotal periods when the United States could have acted with greater conviction to prevent violence in South Sudan, but did not. For Each period, the author seeks to identify alternative policies that could have been considered and to assess whether those policies may have been able to prevent or limit violence.
          Headlines for July 11, 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Trump Admin Fails to Reunite Youngest Separated Children by Tuesday Deadline, In Brussels, Trump Attacks Germany & NATO Secretary, U.S. Threatens to Impose Tariffs on $200 Billion Worth of Chinese Goods, Trump Admin Eliminates $26 Million for Affordable Care Act Outreach Programs, Trump Pardons Oregon Ranchers Convicted of Arson on Federal Lands, Facebook Slapped with Fine in Britain over Cambridge Analytica Scandal, Pakistan: 20 Killed in Taliban Attack on Election Rally, U.N.: South Sudan Forces Committed Potential War Crimes This Spring, Irish Lawmakers Consider Banning Goods from Israeli-Occupied Palestinian Territories, American Airlines & Starbucks Say They'll Eliminate Plastic Straws, Activists Protest Outside National Homeland Security Conference in Manhattan, Nevada: Drug Company Sues to Stop Its Sedative from Being Used in Execution
          ONE WORLD RELIGION WATCH: In Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, Christians, Muslims live together peacefully      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ONE WORLD RELIGION WATCH: In Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, Christians, Muslims live together peacefully

ARTICLE IN QUESTION:
While tense relations between religious groups contribute to violence in many parts of the world today, Christians and Muslims in the war-ravaged Nuba Mountains of Sudan say they are getting along just fine.
For outsiders, it takes a while to comprehend.


“When I first arrived in the Nuba Mountains, I was confused. Everyone dressed the same. Women would wear head coverings, but then I saw them in church receiving the sacraments,” said Comboni Sister Angelina Nyakuru, who serves as head nurse at the Catholic Church-sponsored Mother of Mercy Hospital in Gidel.
“At Christmas, the Muslims come to celebrate with the Christians. And on Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, we go to their celebrations. It’s peculiar to this place. There is peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims, as well as with those who practice traditional religions. Muslim parents usually don’t object if their children want to become Christian. In fact, when they receive the sacraments, their parents accompany them to the church to support them.”
Nyakuru, who has been in the Nuba Mountains since 2008, compares the situation to her country of Uganda.
“Back home, people kill each other over religion, and people who convert have to run away for their lives. Here, families are all mixed, and no one has any problems,” she said.
Brother Isaac Kornyando was born in the Nuba Mountains and, for more than two decades, has served as an Apostle of Jesus brother, doing pastoral work in Kauda.
“You don’t know what religion people are if they don’t tell you, because we eat together and drink together and walk together,” he said. “You have to ask them what religion they profess. Then they tell you.”
Toma Konyono is a reporter for Voice of Peace, the Catholic radio station in Gidel. She and her husband are Christians, but she said all of her in-laws are Muslims.
“We are a peaceful people, and we love to celebrate Christmas and Eid with each other,” she said. “During Ramadan, I go with my recorder to the mosque in Kauda and record their celebration, and we play some of their songs on the radio. They are very happy. On their feast days, we bring their voices to our listeners.”
Konyono said the station’s programming is not directed at just Catholics.
“When we discuss health or women’s concerns, those aren’t Christian topics or Muslim topics. They are topics that affect everyone in the Nuba Mountains, and we want the station to be a place where everyone has a voice and to which everyone listens,” she said.
Dr. Tom Catena, a U.S. physician at the hospital in Gidel, told Catholic News Service that interfaith tensions are few.
“Once in a while, some parents will resist their child marrying someone from another religion, but there’s no harshness about it. There’s no harshness toward each other, no negativity, and you simply don’t hear Christians or Muslims talking bad about each other,” said Catena, a lay missionary for the U.S.-based Catholic Medical Mission Board.
“That’s strange in some ways, because Islamic fundamentalism so strict in the north (of Sudan). The government here (in the Nuba Mountains) is very strict about being secular. They don’t want any of this crap of religious people forcing their laws on others.”
People of the Nuba Mountains have been at war with the central government in Khartoum for decades. The conflict has been marked by frequent bombing of civilian targets by Sudan’s military. While a 2-year-old cease-fire has stopped the aerial bombing, sporadic fighting on the ground continues between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North.
Ugandan Comboni Sister Pollicarp Amiyo, a nurse in Gidel, said years of brutal attacks by the Khartoum government have strengthened a common identity as Nuba people that’s more important than religious differences.
“When the planes come overhead and begin to bomb us, everyone suffers. The bombs don’t distinguish between Christians and Muslims. That unites us even more,” she said.
A leader of the mosque in Kauda agrees.
“We are one family in the Nuba. The land belongs to God, and people practice the religion they want without problems,” said Issa Abrahim al-Madiza.
“What is a problem for us is that a group of people in Khartoum sees us as insects, not as people. That’s why they send the Antonovs to bomb us,” he said, referring to the Russian-made cargo planes used as bombers by the Sudanese government.
According to John Ashworth, a former Mill Hill missionary priest who serves as an adviser to the Catholic bishops in Sudan and South Sudan, the healthy interfaith atmosphere in the Nuba Mountains helps explain the brutality of the Khartoum government’s military response.
“That they get along so well is one of the reasons why they’re seen as a threat by Khartoum. If there were only Christians in the Nuba Mountains, they would be perceived as less of a threat. But the fact that Muslims and Christians live together happily is just too much for the rulers in Khartoum,” he said.
Retired Bishop Macram Max Gassis, the former bishop of El Obeid who, for years, has supervised from Kenya the Church’s work in the Nuba Mountains, said religious identity has nothing to do with deciding where to provide education or health care or fresh water.
“When we dug a well in a Nuba village where there was not even one Christian, and I went for the inauguration, I told the people, ‘This water is not Christian water. This is God’s water for all of us,'” he said. “That’s it. We share the same earth. Why can’t we live in peace?”

Focolar meeting unites thousands of young people from around the world in Manila

FROM ROME REPORTS

Around 6,000 young people in Focolar communities, from more than 100 countries, participated in Genfest 2018 in Manila. It was the 11th anniversary of this meeting to show that unity among people is possible.
There the young people share common ideas and good practices on how to live as brothers and sisters in areas such as economy, justice, politics, the environment and religion.
The meeting's format was very interesting because it combined work in groups with concerts and testimonies. For example, one of the testimonies was from Azeez, an Iraqi who now lives in France. He had lost his home, family and dreams.
AZEEZ
“What did I learn from this experience? We have only one life on earth. We live only once. Through this experience I understood, that when I go to Paradise, Jesus won't say, 'You are Iraqui, you will enter Paradise.' 'You are French, you will enter...' No. He will ask me, 'Azeez, what have you done in your life?'”
The Genfest meeting ended with the president of the Focolar Movement. She challenged the people at the meeting to learn how to love, to start again after failing and to share their joys and sorrows. 
MARIA VOCE
President, Focolar movement
“There is a secret that can help us not lose sight of this goal. Which here, at Genfest, seems so beautiful, real, fascinating. I'd like to sum it up in a few words: love, start again, share.”
The Focolar Movement was founded in 1943 by Chiara Lubich, who, after seeing the destruction of her city during World War II, decided to change the world with the Christian calling to treat everyone as brothers and sisters. This is the same message that also inspired this meeting of young people in Manila.

 





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          South Sudan:Govt Accused of 'Scorched Earth' Policy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[VOA] The U.N. human rights office accuses the South Sudanese government and its allies of brutally and deliberately attacking civilians, particularly women and children, in what it says appears to be a "scorched earth" policy against opposition forces in parts of Unity state.
          One child in four victim of conflicts and natural disasters      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In a report presented by the UN it emerges that 357 million minors are involved in bloody conflict. The worst situation in Yemen, Mali and South Sudan. Unicef: situation " almost beyond comprehension". Unanimously approved resolution considers child soldiers as first victims. And highlights the different treatment needs between males and females. In 2017, over 21 thousand cases of violations.


          Niger: Niger: Country Operation Update, June 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Algeria, Cameroon, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan

KEY FIGURES

  • 1,536 Refugees evacuated temporarily from Libya to Niger as part of the ETM (Emergency Transit Mechanism) from November 2017 – June 2018

  • 2,013 Persons profiled by UNHCR in Agadez seeking asylum

  • 17,758 Persons internally displaced in the Tillaberi region

Operational Context

The key situations include:

  1. The Mali situation: began in 2012 with the outbreak of conflict in northern Mail. The regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua bordering Mali and hosting the majority of the refugees are increasingly affected by insecurity and terrorism. A State of Emergency was declared last year, and extended for a further 6 months in February 2018. There are currently 58,035 Malian refugees in Niger. UNHCR aims to support the socio-economic integration of these refugees and the closure of the camps by the end of 2019 through urbanization and other programmes aimed at integration. A regional EU Trust Fund project was recently launched aimed at strengthening the resilience of displaced populations in northern Mali and supporting peaceful coexistence between communities.

  2. The Nigeria situation: began in 2013, with the arrival of the first Nigerian refugees across the border fleeing Boko Haram. The situation deteriorated with the first attacks in Niger territory in 2015. There are over 250,000 displaced persons in the region. The majority live in spontaneous sites or with the local population, while UNHCR manages one refugee camp, with 14,130 people (as of 3 July 2018). Another EU Trust Fund project is ongoing aimed at supporting economic recovery and municipal investments through the construction of durable housing.

  3. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs): The displaced population in the Diffa region is extremely mixed, including refugees, IDPs and Returnees. Efforts are underway to complete biometric registration of all displaced persons, including IDPs, who are often faced with similar protection risks as refugees. However, the IDP situation in Niger has become more complex with increasing insecurity in the region of Tillaberi, bordering Mali. In 2018, attacks and insecurity in the area have resulted in the internal displacement of at least 17,758 people so far. Protection monitoring, advocacy, capacity building sessions and coordinated efforts with humanitarian actors are ongoing to ensure close follow up on the situation.

  4. Mixed Migration: Niger is a major crossroads of migratory movements northwards towards Libya,
    Algeria and the Mediterranean. These migratory flows constitute mixed migration, including economic migrants as well as persons in need of international protection. In Agadez, UNHCR works to identify asylum seekers within the migratory flows and works with the government, as well as IOM and NGOs to provide these persons with information and assistance. 2,013 persons, mostly Sudanese, are currently profiled by UNHCR in Agadez. 24% of them are minors and 202 are unaccompanied or separated children. The situation has become more complex in the last months, with the addition of downward movements from Libya and Algeria.

  5. Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM): This unique programme aims to provide life-saving protection, assistance and long-term solutions to extremely vulnerable refugees trapped in detention in Libya, through temporary evacuation to Niger. The aim is to deliver protection and identify durable solutions, including resettlement for these refugees, who are mainly Eritrean, Somalian, Ethiopian, and Sudanese. Their profiles mainly include survivors of torture or other forms of violence in the country of origin and/or transit countries (e.g. Libya) and others with compelling protection needs. Many of them are unaccompanied children (approximately 260) and women and girls at risk. To date, 1,536 people have been evacuated from Libya to Niger and a total of 203 individuals have departed for resettlement from Niger to France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland. Other countries offering resettlement places are Germany, the UK, Finland, Canada,
    Belgium, Malta, Norway and the USA.


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          Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict Ms. Pramila Patten visits South Sudan to demand an immediate halt to all forms of sexual violence      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In South Sudan, since the start of the conflict, sexual violence has been committed on a widespread and systematic scale as a tactic of war and terror. As part of a joint United Nations – African Union solidarity visit, led by Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, I visited the country from 3 to 7 July 2018. […]
          South Sudan: ‘Horrific acts’ by government may constitute ‘war crimes’ says United Nations, de manding justice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The UN human rights office, OHCHR, issued a report on Tuesday, noting the “deliberate…and brutally violent” targeting of civilians, particularly women and children, in April and May. According to the report, at least 120 women and girls were raped and those unable to flee were killed as part of a deliberate “scorched earth” policy that […]
          Women vital for ‘new paradigm’ in Africa’s Sahel region, Security Council hears      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Making the case was UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, fresh from a mission to South Sudan, Chad and Niger; all countries where women and children are paying what she called the “stark cost” of conflict. For Bineta Diop, the AU Special Envoy for Women, Peace and Security, the mission highlighted the “heart-rending and poignant realities” […]
          New Zealand Humanitarian Assistance for Somalia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[Shabelle] New Zealand has approved $5.2 million in humanitarian funding to address significant humanitarian needs in South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia.
          7/12/2018: WORLD: A litany of atrocities      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SOUTH Sudan government troops and allied fighters killed at least 232 civilians in a fiveweek period this year, hanging some people from trees and burning others alive, according to a United Nations report. The report is the latest snapshot of the...
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          Women vital for ‘new paradigm' in Africa's Sahel region, Security Council hears      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NEW YORK, 10 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- Making the case was UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, fresh from a mission to South Sudan, Chad and Niger; all countries where women and children are paying what she called the “stark cost” of conflict.
          Women vital for ‘new paradigm' in Africa's Sahel region, Security Council hears      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NEW YORK, 10 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- Making the case was UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, fresh from a mission to South Sudan, Chad and Niger; all countries where women and children are paying what she called the “stark cost” of conflict.
          South Sudan: ‘Horrific acts' by government may constitute ‘war crimes' says UN, demanding justice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NEW YORK, 10 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- The UN human rights office, OHCHR, issued a report on Tuesday, noting the “deliberate…and brutally violent” targeting of civilians, particularly women and children, in April and May.
          South Sudan: ‘Horrific acts' by government may constitute ‘war crimes' says UN, demanding justice      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NEW YORK, 10 July 2018 / PRN Africa / -- The UN human rights office, OHCHR, issued a report on Tuesday, noting the “deliberate…and brutally violent” targeting of civilians, particularly women and children, in April and May.


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