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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Africans start winning the battle against malaria

Several Christians hastily convert to Islam for clothes

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Madagascar: Headed for a more serious crisis

Zimbabwe: The storm is far from over

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S. Africa embarrassed as peace conference is postponed

Obama and Ban Ki-Moon to tackle Sudan issue together

Mozambique: Health workers killed for cholera spread

Somali gunmen abducted UN officials over employment

“The people of Sudan must not be punished any further” - Desmond Tutu

Zimbabwe still in dire straits

7m out 9m resident Zimbabweans need food

Liberian prison inmates naked and troubled

Zimbabwe humanitarian crisis worse than Darfur

Vulnerable populations relieved from cluster bombs

Mauritius deeply concerned by Zimbabwe crisis

Annan won’t give up despite Mugabe opposition

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No help to thousands caught in the triangle of death

Humanitarians good if crisis doesn’t affect their income

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