Tag Archives: International Criminal Court

Fighting ramps up in Sudan border regions

From Los Angeles Times, June 13, 2011: Fears of another civil war are playing out in Sudan as troops led by President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir have overrun towns and attacked tribesmen loyal to the south around a contested border … Continue reading

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Peers Call for Khartoum to be referred to International Criminal Court for Crimes Against Humanity

Two members of the British House of Lords have long stood out as staunch defenders of global human rights and religious freedom. Caroline Cox, Baroness Cox of Queensbury, and David Alton, Baron Alton of Liverpool, have spoken out for people from Burma … Continue reading

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Nuba Mountains American Advocacy Group Endorses Efforts of Saturday’s Rally

THE NUBA MOUNTAINS AMERICAN ADVOCACY GROUP 6941 ALDEN CT BATON ROUGE, LA 70806 DEAR GAFAR, AMIN, & THE MAJOR SUDANESE RALLY ORGANIZERS: IT IS OUR PLEASURE AS THE NUBA MOUNTAINS AMERICAN ADVOCACY GROUP TO WRITE THIS LETTER OF SUPPORT TO … Continue reading

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Peace in Sudan is a Global Security Concern

An open letter and petition of the Nuba Mountains Advocacy Group to President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Members of the U.S. Congress, and International leaders, June 4, 2011. The Sudanese Diaspora in the United States is grateful … Continue reading

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Canadian Activists Post an Open Letter to P.M. Harper on Sudan Crisis

From Mel Middleton, Executive Director, Freedom Quest International Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 10:36 PM Subject: Open Letter to PM Harper on Crisis in Sudan The Right Honourable Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada Ottawa, Ontario Dear Mr. Harper, Re: … Continue reading

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Oil-Rich Sudan State of Southern Kordofan Votes Amid Violence

From Bloomberg Business Week, May 2: Northern Sudan’s sole oil-producing state, Southern Kordofan, started voting today in elections for governor and the state legislature after a campaign marred by violence. Southern Kordofan, where the Nuba Mountains are located, was the … Continue reading

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Sudan’s terror-list removal untied from Darfur

From The Washington Post, February 8, 2011: The Obama administration intends to remove Sudan from a U.S. terrorist blacklistregardless of progress in the conflict-riddled province of Darfur. The move is likely to anger some members of Congress and human rights activists. The Darfur … Continue reading

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Sudan’s Blue Nile, Southern Kordofan Face Separate Consultations

Originally published at Voice of America News: Nico Colombant | Washington Photo: Reuters Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) governor of Blue Nile state Malik Aggar speaks during joint news conference in Khartoum (File Photo). While much attention has been focused … Continue reading

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Walid Phares: Iranian Influence Creeping into Sudan

From CBN: Results of a recent referendum vote on independence in Sudan are set to be announced next month. Preliminary numbers show more than 98 percent of voters in southern Sudan want independence from the north. But the country’s Arab … Continue reading

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