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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.
10 Jul 09
A year after riots, questions remain around Sednaya jail and the fate of prisoners.
29 Jun 09
Graft plaguing development programmes may be contributing to food shortage and malnutrition in north.
16 Jun 09
Last year they made up the largest group of newly internally displaced people in the world, but their plight has received little attention.
10 Jun 09
Troop reinforcements being sent to repel raids by resurgent Ugandan rebels.
21 May 09
Lack of classrooms, resources and teachers blunts efforts to resurrect long neglected primary school system.
14 May 09
Journalists and opposition politicians calling for bill to be amended, saying it’s a blow to media freedom.
29 Apr 09
Some unhappy that genocide charges against Sudanese president weren't included in indictment.
22 Apr 09
IWPR-trained journalist gathers Darfuris’ reactions to Al-Bashir indictment.
16 Apr 09
Civil society groups attempt to resist government crackdown in wake of ICC’s indictment of Bashir.
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