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Mau Mau Verdict Exposes Crimes of British Imperialism In Kenya

In a landmark ruling, a judge last month granted three survivors of the 1950s Kenyan “Emergency” the right to a full High Court trial...

Darfur’s Forgotten Refugees

Ten years after fleeing genocide in the Sudanese region of Darfur, Abdulla Juma Abubakr has no intention of returning home. After leaving the West Darfur...

UN Boost Efforts to Tackle ‘Alarming’ Health Situation Among Sudanese Refugees...

The United Nations refugee agency and its partners are scaling up efforts to reverse the "alarming" rates of malnutrition, disease and death in two...

Civilians Continue to Suffer in the Sudan’s Nuba Mountains and Beyond

A civil war continues to rage in Sudan's Nuba Mountains. Life there is fraught with violence and, making daily survival even harder, a rainy...

More Congolese Refugees Cross Into Rwanda

Congolese nationals have continued to cross into Rwanda, Frederic Ntawukuriryayo, Public Relations Officer at the Ministry of Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Affairs, has confirmed. He...

Thousands of Black Libyans Still Afraid to Return Home

Six months after an uprising brought down Muammar Gaddafi's government, thousands of displaced Black Libyans are still living in abandoned construction sites, empty student...

Coup Leaders Reinstate Constitution African Leaders Still Refuse to Help Mali

Capt. Amadou Haya Sanogo, who led military officers that ousted Mali's highly unpopular President Amadou Toumani Toure last month and scrapped the nation's constitution...

The Massacre of Tawerghans Continue in Lawless Libya

The Libyan government should urgently increase security for the roughly 12,000 displaced people from Tawergha in western Libya, Human Rights Watch said today. Nearly a...

Racist Militia Attacked Refugee Camp Killing 12 “Black” Libyans

The death toll from Sundays’s attack by the Misrata brigade on a refugee camp in Tripoli has reached 12. Doctors and locals report that two...

Arab Minority Govt Sends Bombers Into South Sudan

Sudan made good on all its war-talk by bombing a refugee camp last week. Nothing unusual there, except for the fact that the camp is in another country - the newly independent South Sudan. Not that Khartoum particularly respects South Sudanese sovereignty.

UN Calls for Probe Into Sudanese Bombing of Refugee Camp

Sudanese military forces have bombed a refugee camp in neighbouring South Sudan, the United Nations confirmed today, calling for an urgent investigation into what its top human rights official warned could amount to "a serious international crime."

Kenyan Military Has Al-Shabaab Terrorist On the Run in Southern Somalia

Kenyan troops operating in the southern part of the border with Somalia estimate that they have removed the Al-Shabaab from about 50 per cent of the area.

Darfur Refugee Camps Attacked By Arab Militia

Armed Arab Militiamen in Land Cruiser cars opened heavy fires at Khams Dagaig camp (Zalingei, West-Darfur) on Sunday, sparking terror and fear among the residents.

Thousands More Africans Flee Arab Air Strikes in Blue Nile, Sudan

A fresh wave of air strikes in Sudan's Blue Nile State since last Wednesday has sent increasing numbers of refugees fleeing into Ethiopia, with some 1,500 pouring through the Kurmuk border crossing last Friday alone. The latest bombs reportedly fell Monday.

UN Official "Shocked" By Conditions in Darfur Camp for Displaced

An estimated 300,000 people have been killed in Darfur since the conflict between rebels, Government forces and allied Arab militiamen erupted in 2003 and about 2.7 million others have had to flee their homes. Both sides have been accused of numerous human rights abuses.

Ten Africans Shot Dead By Tunisian Police,Dozens Injured

The eye witness said that the wounded refugees were currently at the city's hospital but denied medical treatment. "The medical staff there were not giving them any treatment and ignoring them completely," he said.