Abandoned to the Antonovs in Sudan

President al Bashir’s stated aim is to turn Sudan into a unified Arab Islamic State, but the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains do not fit his profile. The cost of his actions to make this happen are terrible, with hundreds

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One hand: just a motto or a real possibility?

Christian-Muslim relations are marked by tensions in Egypt, where the Middle East’s largest Christian minority is found. Media reports have been accused of sensationalising those tensions. What we often are not shown are the efforts for reconciliation between communities and

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Darfur: A cry for reconciliation

This year marks ten years since the start of the conflict in Darfur, western Sudan. According to figures released by the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in December 2012, Darfur still has humanitarian needs. This region

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Democracy takes another step in Pakistan

Pakistan passed through a unique moment in its history in March. The civilian democratic government completed a full, five-year term. As the country moves towards elections it needs prayer to break the bonds of corruption, sectarianism. There are forces of

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