News Roundup 7 – 13 August

About the author(s):

Yiokasti Mouratidi is an LLM graduate in Public International Law from Utrecht University, the Netherlands. She previously obtained her LLB in Law with European Law from the University of Nottingham, UK. Yiokasti has a strong interest in international humanitarian law, international security law and their intersections with environmental issues. Yiokasti currently works in the defence team at the UK Mission to the EU in Brussels; her work on the AGIL blog is provided in a personal capacity and does not necessarily reflect the views of any present or previous employer.

Nigeria farmers under siege from armed groups

Ethiopian military recovers major cities of Amhara from armed groups

Kidnappings of children and women spiking at alarming rates in Haiti

Continued military hostilities, sexual violence, attacks against citizens pushing Sudan into ‘catastrophic’ humanitarian crisis, speakers warn Security Council

Former Niger rebel launches anti-coup movement as impasse continues

Rebel groups kill at least 21 people in northeastern Congo, according to officials

Colombia conflict: rebels deny plot to kill attorney general

UN forces in Mali speed up withdrawal as security deteriorates

UN security staff released in Yemen after 18 months in captivity

Warring parties in Yemen resume Oman-mediated peace talks to end the war

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