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News Roundup 13 December – 19 December

Officials Say Insurgency in Northern Mozambique Is Spreading Tigray rebels retake Ethiopian Heritage town Lalibela: Residents Ethiopia: New wave of atrocities in Western Tigray Ethiopia forces claim recapturing of towns from Tigray rebels Civilian Deaths Mounted as Secret Unit Pounded ISIS ‘Restraint, de-escalation and dialogue’ needed to stem war in Yemen No U.S. Troops Will …

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News Roundup 19 July – 25 July

Sudan’s Darfur conflict’s latest surge in violence displaces thousands Ethiopia’s Tigray forces say they freed 1,000 captured soldiers Gang violence and security vacuum in Haiti thwart aid delivery Venezuela, the International Criminal Court, and Impunity Iraq: Bomb attack on eve of Eid al-Adha, ‘terrorism knows no bounds’ Taliban seek to cut off Afghan population centres: …

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News Roundup 8 February – 14 February

Colombia armed groups turn forcibly recruited children into ‘war machines’: government British human rights lawyer elected chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court COVID fuelling risk of recruitment and use of children in conflict, UN and EU warn on International Day Civilians in Kenya’s northeast targeted by both jihadists and the state COVID sparks resurgence …

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News Roundup 11 January – 17 January

Want global stability? Modify the U.S. approach to dealing with nonstate armed actors Ethiopia: A partial view of the humanitarian fallout emerges in Tigray Insecurity and bureaucracy hampering aid to Ethiopia’s Tigray region Serious repercussions likely to follow US plan to designate Yemen combatants terrorists, UN warns US ‘terror’ label on Yemen’s Houthis could hit …

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News Roundup 21 September – 27 September

Despite ‘compromises’, peace remains elusive in Yemen, says President, calling for international support to save his country Integrity of Myanmar polls questioned amid conflict, pandemic Despite military wins against extremists, Iraq’s combat against terrorism is ‘far from won’, says President Salih Tired of conflict, Thailand’s deep south women are on the front lines of peace …

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News Roundup – 4 April 2013

UN Political Head tells Security Council concerted, broad-based measures needed to tackle Mali’s deep-rooted challenges Libya Says It Should Be Allowed to Try Spy Chief Al-Senussi ‘Civilians give Central African rebel convoy mixed reception’ UN mission reports renewed fighting in eastern DR Congo IRIN News analysis: M23, one year on US offers $5million for capture …

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Mali asks ICC to investigate war crimes. Violence escalates in Damascus after rebel bombing kills 3 top Assad aides. 22 NATO supply trucks destroyed in Afghanistan. Drone killings prompt US lawsuit.