US Pressure Needed on India to Arrest Sudan’s President Bashir

If ending genocide matters to the U.S., the Administration must use all available leverage to pressure India to hold those who commit genocide accountable.

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Bashir Visits China While US Envoy Blocked from Darfur

Sudanese President Bashir, wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide, visits China while the U.S. Envoy in Sudan blocked from visiting Darfur.

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UN Renewal of Darfur Peacekeeping Mandate Necessary but Insufficient

It is not too late to mitigate the suffering and counter the mounting violence in Darfur but only if the Council decides to do more to support UNAMID.

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ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT INDICTMENT OF SUDAN’S AL-BASHIR, GI-NET/SDC CALLS FOR MORE ROBUST PURSUIT OF JUSTICE

(Washington, DC) – Two years ago today, the International Criminal Court issued charges against Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity related to his actions in Darfur.  In July 2010, the court added charges of genocide against Bashir.  On this anniversary, Mark Hanis, President of Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition, […]

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INVESTORS URGE EXXON, CONOCOPHILLIPS, OTHER OIL COMPANIES IN LIBYA TO CUT OFF SUPPORT TO QADDAFI REGIME

Oil Companies Should Halt Revenue Payments to Government, Fund Civilian Recovery Download release  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Twenty-four institutional investors, including Calvert Asset Management and Boston Common Asset Management today called on oil companies doing business in Libya to halt revenue or other payments to the Libyan government. The investors have called on oil companies to place […]

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