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Dear “tea party” anti-tax activists: Taxes are not like the Holocaust. They’re not even like war crimes. They’re taxes – part of the price we pay to live in a country where we are ensured democratic transition of power, education, … Continue reading
Seventeen years ago, on April 6th, 1992 the longest siege in modern warfare began on the day the European Commission recognized Bosnia and Herzegovina as an independent state. The siege – and near constant shellings, mortar attacks and sniper hits … Continue reading
Source: Ex-Air Force pilot picked as Sudan envoy WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior administration official says President Barack Obama has chosen retired Air Force Gen. J. Scott Gration to be a special envoy to war-wracked Sudan. Gration is a close … Continue reading
Source: Reuters WASHINGTON, March 17 (Reuters) – Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir will be held responsible for any deaths caused by the expulsion of 13 foreign aid groups from Sudan, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday. “This … Continue reading
The State Department asks: What Actions Should the International Community Take To Resolve the Situation in Darfur?. Earlier this week, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice said, “I think it’s imperative that the African Union and its member states, … Continue reading
Sudanese Diaspora leaders led a vigil at the Sudanese Embassy today, thanking the ICC and Ocampo and urging the US government to act for Darfur. Some photos are below.