Sri Lanka & UNHRC Session – March 2017

Dinuka Liyanawatte

 

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Thambu Kanagasabai

 

Will Justice for Tamils be Delayed for Denial?

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South Sudan Bishop accuses SPLA of committing mass rape near Juba

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Male Daniel

The ECSS & S Bishop of Lomega Diocese in South Sudan has accused the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, SPLA on the side of Salva Kiir, of committing mass rape of women both old and under age. The incident occurred in Jubek state near the South Sudanese capital Juba along the Juba Nimule road.

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How apt is the description of the 1920’s in American history as The Jazz Age?

Archibald J. Motley, Jr.

 

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Durodola Tosin

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Why General Flynn’s ‘Russing’ to talking inevitably triggered his walking

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Hazel Speed

President Trump’s National Security Advisor General Michael T Flynn has been caught out speaking to the Russians in breach of not only his remit, but contrary also to legal confines constitutionally speaking, on other levels as well, therefore he had to go.

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Aid providers in South Sudan appeal for $1.6 billion

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Male Daniel

The organization for the coordination of humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in South Sudan stated that humanitarian organizations operating in the war torn country would need approximately US$1.6 billion to provide life-saving assistance and protection to 5.8 million people across South Sudan in 2017.

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A nation on sick leave

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Prince Charles Dickson

 

“The public does not like you to mislead or represent yourself to be something you’re not. And the other thing that the public really does like is the self-examination to say, you know, I’m not perfect. I’m just like you. They don’t ask their public officials to be perfect. They just ask them to be smart, truthful, honest, and show a modicum of good sense” – Ann Richards.

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