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Sudan used deadly chemical weapons on civilians in Darfur, Amnesty International reports

"The effects of these chemicals on the human body are gruesome and frequently fatal."

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The U.N. Has Accused the Islamic State of Genocide. What Happens Now?

The UN report may be too little, too late.
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How Children Are Paying the Price of South Sudan's Brutal Civil War

The UN revealed today that 9,000 children are serving as soldiers.
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4 Global Leaders Causing Drama At the U.N. General Assembly

Well, it wouldn't be the UN without some rambunctious internal conflict.

Amid Riots in Sudan, These Millennials Are Becoming a Powerful Force

Sudan's government has now shut down internet access, as riots rage on in the country's capital. This might not be the country's "Arab Spring", but here's why protesters have had enough.

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Sudan Protests Are Ignored By the Media As They Enter Their Fourth Week

As clashes in Sudan enter their fourth week, the international media remains quiet on the increasing violence of the police in favor of buzz-worthy articles at the expense of the opposition.
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George Clooney Arrested For Saving Sudan (Video)

Clooney is a model celebrity-activist the rest of Hollywood should emulate.
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The Auschwitz Files: Why to Prosecute Lower-Level Officials

Reopening the investigation into crimes committed at Auschwitz will set important precedent into holding lower level and lower-ranking officials accountable for the war crimes they committed.
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How Do You Catch a War Criminal?

As war criminals continue to roam free, three elements are necessary to apprehend them: involvement by multiple actors, commitment by states, and strong evidence for prosecution.
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South Sudan: Human Rights Advocacy Requires Broader Scope

If the human rights advocates want to maintain a foothold in South Sudanese development, they must address a broader range of internal and foreign affairs.

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Peace Before Justice in Libya

Gaddafi's brutality deserves immediate punishment, but the ICC is taking a step in the wrong direction by issuing arrest warrants. Careful maneuvering is key in finally capturing Gaddafi.
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Not Everything is a Celebration as South Sudan Prepares for Independence

Although South Sudan has gained its independence, there is still a long road ahead for the new state. Unresolved issues with Sudan and neighboring countries could result in more conflict and war.