July 24, 2011

Are U.S., UN Ignoring Atrocities in Sudan?

Eric Reeves, The New Republic

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Sudan seems to bring out a perverse diffidence in both the Obama administration and the international community.

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TAGGED: Africa, Sudan, United Nations, White House, Obama administration, United States, Ban Ki-moon, Nuba Mountains

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