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Women leaders rallied behind Secretary Teresita Deles of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
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United Nations -- With barely 55 days left until a referendum on independence for southern Sudan, the U.N.
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According to a report released Monday by the MIT Center for International Studies and the International Civil Society
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The Mindanao Peoples' Caucus (MPC), a Davao City-based peace advocacy group, considered Monday's launching of the wom
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Structural change is expected within the ruling Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front's (EPRDF) top leade
A seven-person delegation from the West Point military academy in the United States visited the UN office in Kigali,
Since 2002, the International Women's Peace Service in Palestine (IWPS-Palestine) has been documenting and non-violen
A leading member of the women's group of the Rumbek State legislature in southern Sudan says there was a large turnou
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When Iraq finally forms a new government, one thing is certain -- there will be many new faces.
In what appeared to be the first burst of activism in months not related to the disputed presidential election, about
Violation of rights in Iran, a window from my experience to a broader picture, By Shadi Sadr:
President Hamid Karzai recently outlined proposals that could see the Taliban share power in Kabul.