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May 2014

Trafficking and torturing Eritrean refugees

By Graham Peebles May 20, 2014 Life in Eritrea is brutal and shrouded in secrecy. The world is indifferent. The regime trusts nobody – even the United Nation’s special rapporteur on Eritrea, Sheila Keetharuth, has been denied a visa. Poverty, repression and injustice Last year Keetharuth said: “Basic tenets of the rule of law are not respected.” Following this, the UN Security Council“strongly condemned”

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Ethiopia: Sudan Don’t execute 8 months pregnant Mariam Yehya

May 17, 2014 Click here to Sign Petition Mariam Yehya Ibrahim, a Sudanese mother, doctor and Christian, has been sentenced to flogging and death unless she recants her Christian faith. She is 8 months pregnant and has a two-year-old son. Please, join the international community in asking Sudan not to execute her for being a Christian. Ibrahim is charged with adultery on the grounds

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A Mothers’ Day Tribute to Ethiopian Women

Reflections on their achievements, courage, struggle for freedom and equality and their strive to combat poverty We want to take a moment to express our outrage about the abduction of hundreds of Nigerian school girls. In solidarity with Nigerian mothers on this Mother’s Day, we say, BRING BACK OUR GIRLS! We also wish all women around the world to have a peaceful Mother’s Day. To all

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