GI-NET/SDC: UNITED STATES MUST USE EVERY INFLUENCE TO ENSURE CIVILIAN PROTECTION IN LIBYA

(Washington, DC) – Tom Andrews, President of Genocide Intervention Network / Save Darfur Coalition issued the following statement today: “Libya has entered a critical and volatile juncture that includes many dangers for the civilian population. The United States and NATO action to stop Qaddafi’s offensive attacks prevented mass civilian slaughter and saved countless lives in […]

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GI-NET/SDC: UNITED STATES MUST LEAD INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS TO STOP SYRIA’S BRUTAL ASSAULTS ON CIVILIAN PROTESTERS

(Washington, DC) – The Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition today called on the United States to redouble its efforts to increase pressure on the Syrian regime through its allies and through leadership in the UN Security Council.  According to human rights activists at least 2,000 Syrians have been killed in the crackdown and more than […]

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GI-NET/SDC WELCOMES PRESIDENTIAL DIRECTIVE ON MASS ATROCITIES

(Washington, DC) – Tom Andrews, President of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition issued the following statement welcoming today’s release of the Presidential Directive on Mass Atrocities: “President Obama is exactly right – preventing mass atrocities is very much a core moral responsibility of our nation while also being in our national interest. We welcome the […]

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GI-NET/SDC WELCOMES FIRST ARREST WARRANTS IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT CASE AGAINST LIBYAN LEADERS

(Washington, DC) – The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants today citing Muammar Mohammed Abu Minyar Qaddafi, his son, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and his head of intelligence, Abdullah Al-Senussi for crimes against humanity (murder and persecution) committed across Libya in February this year. Tom Andrews, the newly-appointed President of Genocide Intervention Network/Save Darfur Coalition, […]

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Escalating War in Sudan:Urgent U.S. Policy Responses Needed

WASHINGTON — The international community must acknowledge that an undeclared war is now beginning between North and South Sudan says Sudan Now, a group of anti-genocide and human rights organizations. The escalating violence in the Nuba Mountains of the country’s tense border region of South Kordofan is the latest flashpoint in this conflict, but characterizing it […]

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