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Christian Science Monitor
Omar al-Bashir, fresh off press crackdown in Sudan, defies ICC in visit to Chad
Rebecca Hamilton
Published July 21, 2010
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir today flew to Chad on his first visit to a full member of the International Criminal Court (ICC) since his arrest warrant was issued. He left amid a severe crackdown on press freedoms at home.
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Time
The Badlands of Kandahar: Counterinsurgency's Testing Ground
Jason Motlagh
Published July 13, 2010
The Dand district center is a novelty in the badlands of Kandahar province. As the seat of both the top government official and U.S. forces based in the area, it's a seductive target for Taliban militants looking to make a statement.
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The Washington Post
Mao in the Mountains
Anup Kaphle
Published July 7, 2010
Following a peace agreement in 2006, the Nepalese government and Maoists have engaged in heated debate over how to integrate the thousands of members of the People's Liberation Army into the national forces.
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Christian Science Monitor
Locked out: The 12 million people without a country, and...
Stephanie Hanes
Published July 4, 2010
Until she graduated from high school, Sonia Camilise never had reason to question her nationality.
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Foreign Policy
What's the Frequency, Nkurunziza?
Jina Moore
Published June 25, 2010
A coup isn't really a coup until the general commandeers a local radio station. In Africa radio is king.
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Outer Voices, Pulitzer Center
Homosexuals Find Acceptance in Voodoo
Lisa Armstrong
Andre Lambertson
Published July 20, 2010
Sanon Webster Jr.'s home collapsed during the devastating earthquake in Haiti. He now lives with five young men who, like him, are both voodoo priests and gay.
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Outer Voices, Pulitzer Center
In the Kano Maternity Ward
Dawn Sinclair Shapiro
Published July 20, 2010
Families in Kano, Nigeria struggle to procure blood for mothers suffering from obstetric hemorrhage during delivery. A new blood bank next to the hospital offers hope.
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Outer Voices, Pulitzer Center
Boat Clinics on the Brahmaputra
Hanna Ingber Win
Published July 20, 2010
The mighty Brahmaputra River separates thousands from adequate healthcare facilities in Assam, India. Boat Clinics run by the Center for Northeast Studies and Policy Research navigate through the shallow waters to reach the inhabitants of the...
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Outer Voices, Pulitzer Center
Maternal Mortality in Assam's Tea Gardens
Hanna Ingber Win
Published July 20, 2010
Assam has the highest maternal mortality rates in India. Although the Indian government has increased it efforts to decrease maternal deaths, thousands of children still lose their mothers in childbirth.
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Outer Voices, Pulitzer Center
Haitian Migrants Face Racism in the Dominican Republic
Stephanie Hanes
Stephen Sapienza
Published July 20, 2010
The Dominican Republic has a large and often marginalized Haitian population.
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PRI's The World
Environment In Ecuador, striking it rich by keeping oil in...
Daniel Grossman
Published July 16, 2010
Ecuador is working on a deal to lock up 1/5 of its oil reserves in exchange for $3.5B. The deal would also preserve some of the most bio-diverse forest on earth.
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Foreign Policy
Survey Charts Darfur Opinion for First Time
Rebecca Hamilton
Published July 15, 2010
As the January 2011 referendum on secession for South Sudan approaches, a new survey gives insight into the thoughts of Darfuri refugees.
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