News Roundup 12 September – 18 September

About the author(s):

Begümhan I. Simsir is a policy and research intern at the IFRC. She holds an LL.M. in IHL and human rights from the Geneva Academy. Her LL.M. thesis focused on the protection of wounded and sick hors de combat with a focus on mental health. She graduated from the Turkish German University Law School with a thesis focused on the protection of girl soldiers during and after armed conflicts. She has worked with various organizations, including Human Rights Measurement Initiative, Generation Human Rights, UNESCO, Airwars and the International Review of the Red Cross.

Tigrayan rebels accept ceasefire and say they are ready for peace talks

Eight militant groups of Assam sign tripartite peace agreement in Delhi

Chadian rebel pardoned by Egypt ahead of N’djamena dialogue

Taliban says 40 rebels killed in northern Afghanistan’s Panjshir

In Mali’s Kidal, former rebels enforce law and order

Colombian officials met FARC dissidents, president’s tweets show

Nigerian separatist leader challenges terrorism charges, court reserves ruling

“This area has never experienced war before”: the fight for Tanintharyi

In Somalia, al-Shabab’s courts win more converts

13 cadres of two insurgent groups surrender in Manipur

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