Refugees International

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 5th, 2012
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Mark Leon Goldberg Ed note. This is a special guest post by Michael Boyce of Refugees International The Islamist insurgency taking place in northern Mali is one of the main drivers of recent displacement in that country. So far, roughly 400,000 Malians have been forced to flee their homes, and violen...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 24th, 2012
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By Melanie Teff, Refugees International On Thursday, an impressive group of world leaders lead by Prime Minister David Cameron gathered at Lancaster House to discuss Somalia. But like many international conferences before it, the outcome was known well in advance of the first plenary. Indeed, in the ...
By benim
In Daylight Africa
Jun 25th, 2011
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Children in a safe haven in Somalia are starving as droughts make conditions in the war-torn area worse. Eliza Griswold speaks to the women who run the camp.   Last March, at The Daily Beast’s Women in the World summit, the heroic and courageous Dr. Hawa Abdi explained how she managed to t...
By benim
In Election
Jan 5th, 2011
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South Sudan’s weak fledgling administration could be overwhelmed by people returning home to the newly independent state, threatening to cause conflict unless more aid is provided, relief groups said on Wednesday. A 2005 north-south peace deal ended Africa’s longest civil war and promised...