Daily Archives: July 19, 2018


UN Report Condemns South Sudan For Recent Attacks

The United Nations Human Rights Office (OHCHR) and the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have jointly published a report this week that condemns South Sudanese government forces and aligned troops of targeting civilians in recent attacks. The newly published report documents at least 234 civilian deaths and many […]


Cameroon Government Address Video Of Women And Children’s Deaths

The Cameroon government has denied allegations that the Cameroonian Armed Forces executed women and children, the Guardian has reported. An alarming video shared on social media that depicted a baby, a child and two women meeting grisly deaths has raised concern across the globe. The dates of when these murders […]


UN Chief Urges International Community To Not Let Rohingya Refugees Become “Forgotten Victims”

“Their horrific experiences defy comprehension, yet they are the reality for nearly one million Rohingya refugees,” said United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres after a visit last week to the largest refugee camp in the world, located in Bangladesh’s Cox Bazar. Since August 2017, nearly one million Rohingya, Myanmar’s largest mainly-Muslim […]


UN Seeks To Strengthen Child Protections In Armed Conflict, Ignores Violations Of Various Parties

The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2427 on July 9, aimed at strengthening and mainstreaming the protections for children in conflict zones. The resolution strongly condemns the use of children in armed conflict, attacks on schools and hospitals, and the denial of humanitarian access to children. Secretary-General António Guterres […]


South Sudan: Bloodshed And Brutality – A Land Without Peace

The bloodshed, debauchery, and havoc girth by the Sudanese civilian war, with the April 16th to May 24th period witnessing a significant escalation in the use of violence against civilians, inks another gory chapter into the South Sudanese war. Gender-based violence, ignorant of age, has been utilized as a fore-runner […]