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African Union peacekeeping troops ‘overwhelmed’ in CAR

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has said that African Union troops in Central African Republic were “overwhelmed” by a “state of anarchy” and warned the country could see a repeat of the Rwandan genocide.   6,000 African Union forces,

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Rwanda’s genocide survivors: for memory and justice

Justice Africa’s Director, Dr Rachel Ibreck, reflects on the importance of remembering both the victims and survivors of Rwanda’s genocide, twenty years on.  

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African Union welcomes launch of South Sudan dialogues

The African Union Commission has welcomed Saturday’s launch of South Sudan’s ruling party (SPLM) dialogue forum, saying the process should enable its leadership examine in-depth the underlying causes of the crisis facing the governing entity and the conflic

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