Reconciliation

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July 15, 2020

The signing of a peace deal between the Sudanese government and the rebel coalition has been delayed until further notice.

The event had been scheduled for Tuesday.

The postponement comes after attacks in north Darfur at a settlement for internally displaced people that...

Before the collapse of Yugoslavia in the early 1990’s, the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina was one of the most ethnically and religiously diverse republics within Yugoslavia. According to a census taken in 1991, the population included 43% Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims), 31...

Côte d’Ivoire : à Duékoué, « ville martyre », ni oubli ni pardon (1/5)

La présidentielle d’octobre ravive les souvenirs des massacres perpétrés lors de la crise post-électorale de 2011.

Séraphin relève un à un les petits pots de fleurs renversés par le vent. Il...

UBA (Reuters) - South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and vice president Riek Machar have agreed on the process for nominating regional governors, a minister said on Wednesday, potentially eliminating a major stumbling block to a peace deal between them.

South Sudan ended...

The executive order acknowledged state-sponsored violence and discrimination against Native peoples as part of "California's dark history."

Enslavement. Exploitation. Discrimination. Violence. Forced removal. Genocide.

Despite inhabiting California for thousands of years...

In the hot seat? Guatemalan president Jimmy Morales. EPA Images

Recent events in Guatemala have raised serious doubts about democracy in the Central American country, suggesting it might be following the increasingly authoritarian path of Nicaragua and Venezuela.

In earl...

November 28, 2018

© AFP/File | A young man stands next to a sign for a health center in Bisesero, western Rwanda, where survivors say French soldiers had promised to rescue terrified Tutsis hiding in the hills at the height of the killing in June 1994

PARIS (AFP) - 

French judges hav...

East African nation emerges from genocidal past with substantial growth, but critics question the numbers and what they say is President Paul Kagame’s authoritarian rule.

KIGALI, Rwanda—Seen from the concrete blocks marking the graves of some 250,000 victims of the 1994...

President Paul Kagame has explained how Rwanda solved a puzzle of the reconciliation, justice, forgiveness and country reconstruction in the aftermath of the Genocide against Tutsi where over 1 million Rwandans were killed in 3 consecutive months- April-July 1994.

Kagam...

                                                                Siem Reap, July 2018 elections. Image: Vicken Chet...

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