Author: Lirije Ademi

Political impasse in Haiti is exacerbating the humanitarian crisis

Clashes between security forces and demonstrators have become a regular occurrence in Haiti, amidst aid shortages and an upsurge in Covid-19 cases. Protesters are condemning institutional violence and President Jovenel Moise’s unconstitutional behavior. For months, many people have taken to the streets of Port-au-Prince to protest against Jovenel Moise’s refusal to step

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Forced Displacement Of Central Africans Due To Ongoing Conflict

As of April 27th, 2021, UNICEF reports that an estimated 738,000 people, half of whom are children, are internally displaced across the Central African Republic (CAR) due to continuing violence and instability—the country’s highest number of child displacement since 2014. Following the turbulent presidential and parliamentary elections held this past

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Thousands Of Civilians Detainees Fate Unclear In Syria

As of March 1st, 2021, UN investigators reported that the fate of tens of thousands of civilians in Syria’s “notorious” prisons or detention centres remains unknown ten years after the country’s civil war started. Last week’s 30-page report from the Commission of Inquiry―based on more than 2,500 interviews conducted over

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