Sudan Articles


Kerry on Syria: 'I Don't Want To Get Into the Definitions' of Genocide

12:32 PM, Feb 27, 2014

 

In a Wednesday interview with Andrea Mitchell, Secretary of State John Kerry resisted Mitchell's assertion that "genocide" was taking place in Syria:

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U.N. for Combating Terror Finance to Convene in Sudan, a State Sponsor of Terror

8:52 AM, Apr 27, 2013

On Sunday, the leading experts on terrorism finance in the Middle East and North Africa will convene for a five-day conference. The Financial Action Task Force is essentially the United Nations for combating terror finance, and MENAFATF ranks among its most important regional bodies. So why is the group meeting, in all places, in Khartoum?

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Birth of a Nation

With American evangelicals on the ground in South Sudan.
May 21, 2012

Juba, South Sudan

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South Sudan President Salva Kiir Makes First Official Visit to Israel

1:30 PM, Jan 07, 2012

Israel was one of the first nations to recognize and welcome as a new nation the Republic of South Sudan on July 9, 2011. It was not surprising then, that South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayaardit recently chose Israel for one of his first presidential visits.

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Iran Showed Al Qaeda How to Bomb Embassies

9:45 AM, Dec 03, 2011

In a little noticed ruling on Monday, November 28, a Washington, D.C. district court found that both Iran and Sudan were culpable for al Qaeda’s 1998 embassy bombings. As is typical in state sponsorship of terrorism cases, neither Iran nor Sudan answered the plaintiffs’ accusations. But in a 45-page decision, Judge John D. Bates issued a default judgment. The court found that the “government of the Islamic Republic of Iran…has a long history of providing material aid and support to terrorist organizations including al Qaeda,” which “claimed responsibility for the August 7, 1998 embassy bombings.”

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Oslo Journal: Human Rights

9:41 AM, May 12, 2011

The Oslo Freedom Forum is the brainchild of activist and social entrepreneur Thor Halvorssen. As the National Review’s Jay Nordlinger recently commented, Halvorssen’s Forum is “that rare thing under the sun: a genuine human rights conference.”

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Obama in 2007: ‘Nobody Disagrees with the No-Fly Zone’

5:23 PM, Mar 09, 2011

White House spokesman Jay Carney said on Wednesday that the Obama administration is “actively considering” imposing a no-fly zone over Libya in response to the ongoing regime-backed attacks on the population there. Although the White House has consistently said that all options are on the table, including military contingencies, senior administration officials over the past week have expressed strong public skepticism about the efficacy and wisdom of a no-fly zone.

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