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News Roundup 12 July – 18 July

Aid access to Tigray remains stalled, despite ceasefire UN appeals for faster passage for aid convoys to Ethiopia’s Tigray Afghanistan stunned by scale and speed of security forces’ collapse Afghanistan on brink of humanitarian crisis-UN refugee agency U.S. condemns retaliatory attacks against civilians in Ethiopia’s Tigray region EU agrees to send military training mission to …

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EU, Morocco and the Polisario Front: A Step in the Right Direction?

On 13 September 2016, Advocate General Wathelet published his opinion in a case pending before the European Court of Justice that raises several fundamentally important questions of international law. In the coming months, the Court is set to clarify whether the trade agreements between Morocco and the European Union apply to the Western Sahara. If …

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News Roundup – 18 December 2014

Illegal armed groups recruited more than 100 Colombian child soldiers in 2014.  EU court takes Hamas off terrorist organisations list.  ICRC on BBC Hardtalk: Dealing with ISIS ‘very difficult’. Boko Haram unrest: Nigerian militants ‘kidnap 100 villagers’. An LRA for everyone? Constructing knowledge of rebel groups (see full article here). M23 ex-rebels break out of …

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