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2019

23/09/2019
Gambia’s truth commission was meant to deliver accountability for crimes committed under the former regime. Instead, victims feel cheated.
23/09/2019
Goals, crises, and speeches – what’s in store for a week of UN diplomacy and activism.
19/09/2019
India says hospitals are functioning normally. But after weeks of restrictions, doctors and patients in Kashmir speak of increasingly long waits for treatment and medicine shortages.
18/09/2019
The war may be largely over, but the fight for peace continues and much could yet happen that would reverse hard-won gains.
17/09/2019
With femicide and maternal mortality rates rising at home and the risk of forced rebel recruitment or sexual assault if they flee, there are no easy choices.
17/09/2019
Lebanese authorities have forcibly deported thousands across the border to war-torn Syria. For the family members of those sent back, it’s a trying time.
16/09/2019
Undocumented and exposed, Haitian migrants are facing even more uncertainty after Hurricane Dorian.
16/09/2019
Investigators say they’ve widened the net to uncover fresh evidence of crimes against the Rohingya and other minorities. But accountability is elusive as the UN-mandated mission comes to an end.
13/09/2019
The US government is staying on the sidelines in the latest case brought against non-profits working in Palestine. Five more filings are in the works.
12/09/2019
A wide-ranging exit interview with MSF’s international president touching on Game of Thrones, ‘humanitarian divas’, and plenty in between.

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