Amnesty International accused Rwandan military intelligence services of engaging in torture, unlawful detention and enforced disappearances of civilians on Monday by members of the J2.

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North Sudan: 354 Christian and Jewish Southern Sudanese Slaves Liberated

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Africans start winning the battle against malaria

Several Christians hastily convert to Islam for clothes

One year later, Haiti still reeling from the pain

Zambia: Coup plotter set free on humanitarian grounds

Uganda Will Not Abandon Somali Brothers and Sisters

Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines Partner With Non-Profits to Deliver Needed Medical Supplies

Benin: Flood victims get swift international response

DRC refugees to leave Uganda

Ethiopia suspends organization for illegal US employees

Darfur - south Sudan: Confusion over conflict resolution approach

South Sudan: humanitarian devastation threatens referendum

Why we can’t be charitable to Blair

Sudan - Darfur: A confused withdrawal of aid workers

Libyan-Gaza-Israel Amalthea aid ship standoff as it happened

Hundreds made homeless by mass forced eviction in Kenya

African countries’ reluctance to ratify Kampala Declaration questioned

Giving Africa’s displaced people a new lease of life

Niger food crisis: 7 million people affected

African-American Baptists Donate $500,000 to Habitat for Humanity for Housing in Haiti

Nigeria President lauds Bill and Melinda Gates’ anti-polio campaign

South Sudan police hunt WFP employee killers

Israeli assault on Gaza flotilla

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