Monthly Archives: May 2014

Casamance: political will is needed to address the situation of IDPs

TweetFor thirty two years, the armed conflict in Casamance, which has pitted the government of Senegal against separatist rebels of the Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance (MFDC), remains unresolved and the civilians displaced by it remain vulnerable. The MFDC … Continue reading

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Pregnant Sudanese woman faces public flogging and execution if convicted of apostasy and adultery in Khartoum court

TweetMeriam Ibrahim, a 27-year-old Sudanese woman currently pregnant with her second child, is facing punishments of public flogging and execution if found guilty on baseless charges of apostasy and adultery in an upcoming hearing to be convened by Sudan’s Criminal … Continue reading

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