Category Archives: Human Rights

The Eritrean God Whose Life Transcended Hip Hop

In 2004, Nipsey Hussle, born Ermias Joseph Asghedom, and his brother Samiel were taken on a trip by their father, Dewitt Asghedom, to his home country of Eritrea, an East African nation.

For several months, Hussle and his brother were …

Gulf’s involvement in Horn of Africa: Lessons for African countries

For several decades, the Horn of Africa has been at the center of global attention on account of protracted armed conflicts, large-scale displacements, and severe food crisis. Multiple cross-border flows of violence and instability have undermined state-based approaches to conflict

Gulf’s involvement in Horn of Africa: Lessons for African countries

For several decades, the Horn of Africa has been at the center of global attention on account of protracted armed conflicts, large-scale displacements, and severe food crisis. Multiple cross-border flows of violence and instability have undermined state-based approaches to conflict

Torture Thrives in Climate of Impunity in DR Congo

GENEVA A U.N. watchdog group is demanding an end to the widespread practice of torture and other cruel punishments in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The DRC is one of six countries examined by the U.N. Committee Against

Torture Thrives in Climate of Impunity in DR Congo

GENEVA A U.N. watchdog group is demanding an end to the widespread practice of torture and other cruel punishments in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The DRC is one of six countries examined by the U.N. Committee Against

Australian Leader Says 2 Rwandans No Longer Massacre Suspects

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA Australia’s prime minister said on Friday that two Rwandan refugees who resettled in Australia after 15 years in U.S. detention are no longer suspects in the massacre of eight tourists in Uganda 20 years ago.

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