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 An idiot peacekeeper in DarfurAn idiot peacekeeper in Darfur by Thanos Kalamidas
I’m not sure why, but when I read that the UN’s military commander in Sudan said that the six years of civil war in Darfur has effectively ended, I remembered George W. Bush on the day he proudly declared the Iraqi mission accomplis
 A Child Of DarfurA Child Of Darfur by David Sparenberg
You explain it, in the eyes of a child, how children are born into this slaughterhouse world and here is hunger and war; here is neglect and pain, thirst and famine, hatred, crime and abandonment.  But a child is just a c
 Darfur's tearsDarfur's tears by Thanos Kalamidas
We all are aware of the Darfur refugee camps and the usual picture coming to mind that is fed by the media: hungry kids and poor mothers, old men and women looking desperate and sometimes uniformed men patrolling behind barbed wire. Hollywood star
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 Darfur: The Dead are not gone foreverDarfur: The Dead are not gone forever by Rene Wadlow
    The dead are not gone forever.    They are in the paling shadows    And in the darkening shadows.    The dead are not beneath the ground.    They ar
 Darfur's new dayDarfur's new day by Thanos Kalamidas
I’m going to go straight to the point for the ones who argue that the withdrawal of UN troops from Darfur and the prosecution of the Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir for genocide will bring more trouble than good. There is only one thing to
 With Spies and Cellphones, Ethiopian Terror Touches MinnesotaWith Spies and Cellphones, Ethiopian Terror Touches Minnesota by Doug McGill
The four men sitting at a downtown coffee shop here recently told me a story that sounded too far-fetched to be true. Could a humanitarian crisis following the pattern of Darfur, Sudan actually be unfolding while capturing hardly a sec
 In  Darfur, Minnesota, Another Kind of SiegeIn Darfur, Minnesota, Another Kind of Siege by Doug McGill
Every once in a while, someone in this tiny speck of a prairie town catches sight of a “Save Darfur!” poster in a magazine or a newspaper, or on the flickering TV at the Darfur Lounge on main street.What follows is
 Death screaming in DarfurDeath screaming in Darfur by Thanos Kalamidas
This week seven trucks with food on their way for the refugees in the camps of Darfur were stolen and their drivers were abducted. The UN’s World Food Programme announced that less than 50% of the deliveries actually reach the camps and the
 Whom the Goddesses would destroy, they first make unawareWhom the Goddesses would destroy, they first make unaware by Rene Wadlow
The goddesses have a sense of tragic irony by bringing together anniversary dates with events which highlight the opposition to the values being celebrated. Thus this year, with ironic timing, the world marks March 8th as International Women
 E.T phone ChinaE.T phone China by Thanos Kalamidas
The involvement of celebrities in major international issues often makes me feel suspicious and sceptical but, as I have often written, if it helps to highlight these issues and make more people aware of them, then well done and it doesn’t m
 
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