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Concern at trend towards assigning lawyers to represent victims rather than letting them choose their own.
Despite offering a less repressive environment, Kenya too bans homosexual acts.
Prospect of aid is welcomed, but those who suffered wonder why it has taken so long to begin assessing their needs.
Hague court says it is serious about gender-based crimes. But it is yet to secure a conviction.
As the court asks for a bigger budget, it will need to consider where cost savings can be made.
31 Oct 10
UNICEF says government interference is exacerbating malnutrition in IDP camps
25 Oct 10
Children say they are forced to pay fees, but the government says provision is free.
18 Oct 10
Special Representative says lack of education and safety needs to be addressed.
7 Oct 10
Government and victims disagree over the status of the armed groups.
30 Sep 10
Promises to investigate bloodshed fail to appease survivors.
23 Sep 10
Head of peacekeeping mission, Ibrahim Gambari, responds to criticism over UNAMID's role in the region.
16 Sep 10
UN Secretary General concerned that the international force was denied access to a village in North Dafur after a fatal attack.
8 Sep 10
Darfur peacekeepers in the spotlight as attacks kill an estimated 70 civilians.
2 Sep 10
Experts think sanctions unlikely against countries that fail to act on International Criminal Court indictment.
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