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Invisible Children LRA Update: First LRA attack in Obo, CAR in over a year

 Our partner Invisible Children documented recent LRA activity in Obo, Central African Republic. IC's Bridgette Bugay gives a timeline constructed from information gathered from IC staff through interviews with victims and civilians in Obo.   Read More »

Omaze Winners Hit the Red Carpet with George Clooney

George Clooney with Jean Allen and daughter Victoria

Last night, the lucky winners of the Omaze experience hit the red carpet for the premiere of Monuments Men and Satellite Sentinel Project Co- Founder George Clooney.   Read More »

Op-ed: After M23, it is time to focus on DR Congo's FDLR rebels

FARDC soldiers on patrol in eastern Congo

In early November, the Congolese army, supported by the United Nations Force Intervention Brigade, defeated the most powerful rebel group in eastern Congo - the M23.  Read More »

Why Are South Sudanese Soldiers Carrying Bright Blue Children's Backpacks?

 Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers wearing looted UNICEF children's

Incongruous images showing soldiers wearing bright blue backpacks with the UNICEF logo front and center have been emerging from South Sudan.  Read More »

South Sudan: Satellites Show Homes Aflame in Opposition Leader's Hometown

New DigitalGlobe satellite images acquired on February 2, 2014 confirm at least one violation of the cessation of hostilities agreement signed by South Sudan's combatant forces less than two weeks ago.  Read More »

Five Stories You May Have Missed This Week

A weekly roundup of must-read stories, posted every Friday.  Read More »

Conflict-Free Smelters for All Four Conflict Minerals

Gold in a tin (Sasha Lezhnev/Enough Project)

This week, the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative, or CFSI, an initiative on conflict minerals of the tech industry association the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition, or EICC, announced that, for the first time, there are now audited conflict-free smelters or refiners for the four identified conflict minerals: tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold.  Read More »

Sudan Hosts First-Ever Film Festival

Sudan International Film Festival , or SIFF logo

The first ever Sudan International Film Festival , or SIFF, took place this past week in Khartoum. Bringing together filmmakers, artists, and audiences, the festival celebrated independent and alternative filmmaking.   Read More »

Report: CAR, South Sudan Turmoil Challenge Counter-LRA Mission

In recent weeks, conflicts in South Sudan and the Central African Republic have intensified regional turmoil. A new Enough Project report, “Counter-LRA Mission Challenged by Regional Turmoil,” analyzes the effect of intensifying conflict in the region and its impact on the counter-LRA mission.  Read More »

Report: Forgotten Wars: Sudan's Periphery Smolders as Focus Turns to South Sudan

Displaced refugees look out in South Sudan

Since December, international attention and focus has shifted to South Sudan as violence and a rising humanitarian crisis intensifies in the world’s newest nation.  In the north, escalating violence, displacement, and new political developments in the areas along Sudan’s periphery—Darfur, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile—are going largely unnoticed.  Read More »

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