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News Roundup 22 November – 28 November

Five years after ‘peace’, the Colombian communities living in forced confinement Colombia charged former FARC rebels with destruction of Amazon Five years after Colombia’s peace deal, militias continue to cause havoc Colombia’s peace process is taking ‘deep roots’, but all sides must work together to overcome lingering challenges U.S. set to remove Colombia rebel group …

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News Roundup 15 November – 21 November

Five years after Colombia’s FARC deal, new armed gangs emerge and peace is still a dream for many African Union: Ethiopia peace talks won’t be successful without ceasefire Newly Formed Rebel Alliance To Continue Destabilization Of Ethiopia – Diplomat Mediators step up Ethiopia ceasefire bid as aid efforts flounder Extremists in Pakistan have been emboldened …

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News Roundup 8 November – 14 November

Tigray rebels raped women in Ethiopia’s Amhara region: Amnesty The coalition of rebel forces taking on Ethiopia’s government, explained Hundreds flee to Uganda amid fighting in eastern Congo Nigeria’s rampant banditry, and some ideas on how to rein it in DiCarlo: Risk of Ethiopia descending into a widening civil war is only too real Pakistan …

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News Roundup 1 November – 7 November

As Colombia’s Peace Crumbles, Female Guerrillas Wonder What’s Left for Them Despite War Crimes Tribunal, Guerilla Violence Persists in Colombia Myanmar Junta Aims to Wipe Out Armed Resistance in Three Months Ethiopia: Tigrayan forces claim control of major northern towns US calls on Tigray rebel group to ‘halt its advances’ in key northern cities UN …

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News Roundup 25 October – 31 October

Syria: Progress still possible, following ‘disappointment’ over constitutional talks ICC hearing opens for Central African Republic rebel Somalia death toll in fighting between army and former allied group rises to 120 Dozens killed in fighting between Somalia army and former allied group AU mission denies involvement in Somalia fighting ‘Kill them all, don’t spare anyone’: …

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News Roundup 18 October – 24 October

Yemen war reaches ‘shameful milestone’ – 10,000 children now killed or maimed What is behind the recent surge in violence in Kashmir? Mali asks Islamic body to open negotiations with al-Qaeda Tigray forces say air strikes hit Ethiopia’s Mekelle, government denies Why separatists in Cameroon and Nigeria have united ‘Big disappointment’ over lack of Syria …

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News Roundup 11 October -17 October

Ethiopia launches “staggering” new offensive against rebel Tigray forces, group says ICC hearing opens for Central African Republic Rebel Colombians cling tenaciously to peace gains, Security Council hears Yemen: Dialogue and compromise ‘only way forward’ In a flashpoint South Sudanese town, women peacemakers try to bridge the divide Bashar al-Assad Steps In From the Cold, …

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News Roundup 4 October – 10 October

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 …

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News Roundup 27 September – 3 October

The northern countryside of Homs in Syria is facing a similar fate as Daraa Iraq: ‘Moral obligation’ to ensure justice for Yazidi and other survivors of ISIL crimes EXCLUSIVE Some 1,900 Colombian guerrillas operating from Venezuela, says Colombia military chief Top UN envoy ‘encouraged’ by recent engagement of Israeli and Palestinian officials Summary killings, human-rights …

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