News Roundup 4 October – 10 October

About the author(s):

Andrea Farrés Jiménez

Andrea Farrés Jiménez is a qualified Spanish lawyer specialized in international law with 3 years of involvement in the humanitarian and human rights field.

Mali accuses France of training ‘terrorists’ in the country

Afghanistan: UN chief condemns ‘horrific’ attack at Kunduz mosque

Sudan: 16 Factions, Armed Groups Call For National Consensus Charter

Ethiopia conflict sees hunger and atrocities spread from Tigray to Amhara

Libya: War crimes likely committed since 2016, UN probe finds

UN experts decry possible crimes against humanity in Libya

Children ‘indoctrinated’ to fight for insurgents in Mozambique: UNICEF

UN accused of turning a blind eye to Yemen abuses

‘We have failed Yemen’: UN human rights council ends war crime probe

UN Votes to Appoint Human Rights Watchdog in Afghanistan

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