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Sudan: A Year of International Accomplishments and Failures

sunnubian ·
Sudan: A Year of International Accomplishments and Failures Posted by Jenn Christian on Dec 23, 2011 2011 was a remarkable year in Sudan. Not only did the world look on as a new nation, the Republic of South Sudan, was born, but it also bore witness to, and largely failed to address, reoccurring human rights violations committed by Sudanese government and government-backed forces in Abyei, Blue Nile, Darfur, and South Kordofan. In Sudan, 2011 began with what many had written off as...
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'African Venus'

sunnubian ·
Warriors of African Consciousness shared African Roots'sphoto.  'African Venus' _was created by the sculptor Charles Henri Joseph Cordier in bronze in 1851. The sculptor was created as a companion piece to an earlier work created by...
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Petition: Stop Betraying Darfur

sunnubian ·
Stop Betraying Darfur Greetings, I just signed the following petition addressed to: President Barack Obama. ---------------- Stop Betraying Darfur Dear President Obama: I am appalled by your Administration’s hypocritical and deadly Sudan policy. At the same time as the genocidal Sudan regime is sponsoring renewed attacks on defenseless Darfuri men, women and children confined in displacement camps, the U.S. government is helping to raise money on the regime’s behalf. This money is blood...
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African Conflicts

sunnubian ·
    Conflicts Enough conducts intensive field research in areas plagued by genocide and crimes against humanity, develops practical policies to address these crises, and shares tools to empower citizens and groups working for...
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Africa News: Enough Project Newsletter

sunnubian ·
Enough Project Newsletter March 14, 2013 Staying the Course to End the LRA Nearly two years ago, the Obama administration deployed 100 U.S. military advisors to central Africa. As the administration considers withdrawing the advisors, Enough Project LRA Analyst Ashley Benner argues for an extended deployment to build on the successes of the initiative and bring an end to the LRA conflict. Read more » Renewing Commitment to Peace in Darfur and Sudan In a Hill.com op-ed, Enough Project...
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Angelina Jolie Calls for Action from Obama on Sudan

NSpirit ·
http://omg.yahoo.com/news/ange...an/32522?nc#comments Angelina Jolie Calls For Action From Obama On Sudan "Their policy, though, raises a number of questions," the star wrote in a Newsweek editorial. "How is the Obama administration's approach to...
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Re: African Conflicts

Jalil ·
A group of 19 soldiers in the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) has defected in the Central African Republic in the largest mass defection from the notorious rebel group since 2008, American advocacy group Invisible Children said Tuesday. http://invisiblechildren.com The California-based NGO heralded the defection in a press release as a huge victory for African Union-led efforts against the LRA, and said the defection was “non-violent.” About 100 U.S. Special Forces experts are helping African...
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Re: African Conflicts

Jalil ·
http://zerolra.invisiblechildren.com
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Re: African Conflicts

EarthAndSky ·
The stuff they don't tell you about regarding Somalia... The truth behind the piracy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1cZRd1rWk0 The pirates are the true victims: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPkgkM-CtCo This video has two parts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZj_i7cxd8M
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Sudan’s dictator cheers Trump’s electoral victory

sunnubian ·
WorldViews Sudan’s dictator cheers Trump’s electoral victory By Ishaan Tharoor November 30 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir laughs during the swearing-in of Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni, in Kampala, Uganda, May 12. (Edward Echwalu/Reuters) Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who has a warrant out for his arrest issued by the International Criminal Court, joined the chorus of autocratic leaders expressing optimism in the wake of President-elect Donald Trump's victory. In an interview...
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Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

sunnubian ·
Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians By Editorial_Staff - Sep 30, 2016 Sudan’s Arab minority government is attempting to wipe out the Black population of Sudan. AFRICANGLOBE – A new report from Amnesty International accuses the Sudanese government of launching chemical weapons attacks against civilians in the western region of Darfur , causing the deaths of an estimated 200-250 people – and wounding hundreds more – from exposure since...
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Re: Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

DennisKalita ·
Genocide, the lowest moral threshold imaginable, is approved by the US and all nations on planet Earth. It’s called - doing nothing - unless a dollar can be made or a power/money position be secured. Money comes before human beings. That’s government by and for the powerful. I met some survivors from Sudan. It was heartbreaking. Those who have the gold rule. Governments plainly don’t care about genocide. Not even a little. They don’t act. There was little support from the lost public too,...
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Re: Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

sunnubian ·
It is very calculated and intentional that the Black race is kept to busy fighting battles all over the globe and in Africa, that one group doesn't know about or cannot help the other. What makes it even worse, is the fact that most African "leaders" are nothing but Arab or European/Western puppets who sell their own people into virtual Hell everyday for pennies on the dollar and a 'pat on the head' from their Arab or European/Western "masters" . Look at even how America's first Black...
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Re: Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

Kocolicious ·
Wow! Children? Really? What focking BULLIES!!!! There is absolutely no justification for this. None. Real men fight face to face and they DON'T include children. Why it is that whenever there is conflict....women and children suffer? When I watched the clip, I noticed an Arab in all white. What is his role in this? Is he influencing the president to destroy BLACK children....ah ethnic cleansing? What have these children done to these men where they would deliberately target them? Am I truly...
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Re: Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

DennisKalita ·
RAW POWER of the 1% AND THE 0 .01% We need to look power in the eye. See the rigging.At least, recognize it: the beast. One flim-flam diplomatic reason given not to intervene in Sudan was that the US was already putting strong pressure on the Arabs and it would be unwise to increase pressure in a volatile situation. It was said in a “diplomatic“ way. Otherwise it would simply be said, “Fuck you, die! We’re allowing you to be raped and killed. We don’t want to upset any Arabs. Your life is...
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Re: Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

Norland ·
No one one on this planet is superior to another. Two people fucked, a sperm hit an egg, your behind wasn't aborted, miscarried; mother decided to bring our dumb asses forth. That's not "superiority"; that's LUCK!!!!! You're living large; got a lot of shit? Good for you!! Everyone's not so lucky. We're all breathing at the moment; that's a good thing. What we have in this world are a bunch of murderers and killers who parade around in a heap of uniforms and suits, who don't care whether...
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