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.

News Roundup 4 April – 10 April

Tigray has been the scene of ‘ethnic cleansing’, say human rights groups M23 rebel group declares unilateral ceasefire in eastern Congo Mali: Massacre by Army, Foreign Soldiers Mali: HRW condemns ‘deliberate slaughter’ of 300 men by military Yemen Parties Agree to Two-Month Truce Suspected Islamists kill 21 civilians in eastern Congo Colombian landmine victims demand …

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News Roundup 28 March – 3 April

Warring Parties in Yemen Announce Overlapping Cease-Fires Yemen: Houthis welcome two-month truce proposed by United Nations UN authorises new AU mission in Somalia to dislodge armed groups ‘My brothers and sisters are dying’: Inside the conflict in Ethiopia’s Afar region Work ‘in concert’ to help bring Yemen closer to a peaceful future Congo-Kinshasa: Thousands Flee …

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News Roundup 21 March – 27 March

Family of Indian journalist killed in Afghanistan petitions the International Criminal Court to try Taliban for war crimes Nigeria: 7,000 Boko Haram, other fighters surrender in a week Colombia’s violence causes more displacement, explosives’ victims – ICRC Mozambique: Thousands continue to flee violence in Cabo Delgado Central African Republic alleged rebel appears at ICC Ethiopia …

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News Roundup 14 March – 20 March

UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan Extended for a Year At least 19 people die amid fresh fighting in Sudan’s Darfur region Conflict in Senegal Displaces Thousands WHO head spotlights ‘catastrophic’ humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia’s Tigray region Security Council votes to bolster UN priorities in Afghanistan Violence Increases in Northern Mozambique Syrians seek justice for …

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News Roundup 7 March – 13 March

‘We cannot fail the Syrian people’ Guterres declares, marking 11 years of brutal war Fears grow for Syria amid rising violence, deepening humanitarian crisis Gunmen kill at least 62 vigilantes in Nigeria’s Kebbi state South Sudan marks milestone amid stalled progress, spreading violence Military intervention hasn’t stopped Mozambique’s jihadist conflict How Yemeni parents are banding …

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News Roundup 21 February – 27 February

‘Nigerian air strike’ kills seven children in Niger Report: Role of Women in Cameroon Conflict Overlooked Colombia says it killed 23 members of armed groups, including one leader, in Arauca War Returns to Colombia’s Countryside Colombia ELN rebels call for three day curfew Somalia: Al-Shabaab Strikes Amid Polls Deadlock Ethiopia’s Abiy Says Government Open to …

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List of resources dealing with the conflict in Ukraine and International Law

As events unfold, AGIL is compiling a list of resources to understand how international law applies to the conflict in Ukraine. Although the armed conflict in Ukraine between Russia and Ukraine would not usually be covered on this blog (because is not an non-international armed conflict), we know that many readers of this blog will …

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News Roundup14 February – 20 February

How South Sudan’s peace deal sparked conflict in a town spared by war South Sudan: Sharp decline in violence against civilians International engagement in Libya is worsening prospects for peace Myanmar military atrocities may amount to war crimes, says rights group Military Violence Emboldens Myanmar’s Ethnic Resistance Tigray rebels gang-raped women and girls in Ethiopia …

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