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South Sudan to join Chemical Weapons Convention

02 December, 2017

South Sudan announced it is joining the Chemical Weapons Convention outlawing the use of toxic arms on Friday, leaving just three nations left to sign on to the treaty.

Blackwater founder says mercenaries should tackle Libya migrant crisis

01 December, 2017

Founder of private military company Blackwater, Erik Prince, has suggested mercenaries should police migrants within Libya, saying his plan would be more "humane and professional" than the EU's programmes.

South Sudan violence against women 'is twice global average'

29 November, 2017

As the world's youngest nation approaches its fifth year of civil war, rape has often been used as a weapon by both government and opposition forces.

US threatens 'measures' against South Sudan

28 November, 2017

South Sudan's government could face unspecified measures unless it moves to end the nearly four-year war and stops harassing UN peacekeepers and aid workers, the US warned on Tuesday.

'Wanted' Darfur militia chief arrested by Sudanese forces

27 November, 2017

Sudan's counter-insurgency forces have arrested a powerful militia chief from Darfur accused by the United Nations of human rights abuses in the war-torn region, officials said on Monday.

'Protect Sudan from the US,' Omar al-Bashir urges Putin

24 November, 2017

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir accuses Washington of fomenting Sudan's conflict while on a visit to Russia.

Indonesia: Refugees abandoned by Australia in squalid detention centres

22 November, 2017

In-depth: The New Arab has spoken with long-term inmates in Indonesia's infamous detention centres, trapped in squalid conditions with no hope of escape.

US officials accuse Tillerson of violating child soldiers law

22 November, 2017

State officials have accused the US Secretary of State of violating federal law on child soldiers by omitting Myanmar, Iraq and Afghanistan from the list.

The Taliban's massive social media presence that's being ignored

22 November, 2017

Analysis: The United States has spent countless man hours working to counter Islamic State's online presence - but has neglected to do the same in Afghanistan, writes Austin Bodetti.

For the national good: Casting out Egyptian Nubians

20 November, 2017

Comment: Once an ancient civilisation that ruled East Africa, the Nubian people endured division, displacement and forced migration, and under Sisi their collective trauma reached fever pitch, writes Gehad Quisay.

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