Blog Posts in Attacks

Posted by Cody Leblanc on Jul 23, 2013
FARDC Congolese government special forces in Minova,DRC.

The Group of Associations for the Defense of Human Rights and Peace, or GADHOP, authored a declaration on July 18 urging the Congolese government and the United Nations Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, MONUSCO, to take firm measures to end the pervasive kidnapping of civilians in the Beni and Lubero Territories of North Kivu Province.

Posted by Clayton Southerly on Jul 16, 2013
UNAMID military personnel

An ambush on U.N. Peacekeepers left seven Tanzanian soldiers dead and 17 others wounded 15 miles, or 25 kilometers, from Khor Abeche in Darfur on July 13.

Posted by Kasper Agger an... on Jun 24, 2013
LRA soldiers

Joseph Kony has a window to regroup the Lord’s Resistance Army in the Central African Republic, which risks reversing gains made in dismantling the rebellion.

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 17, 2013
Refugees in South Sudan.

In the past year, my colleague Viktor Pesenti and I spent time with people being bombarded by their own government in Sudan's conflict-torn Blue Nile state, near the border with South Sudan.

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 13, 2013
Attahi Mohammed Sigit, a resident of North Darfur, examines the destruction.

Despite the narrative from diplomats and journalists that Sudan’s civil war is mostly over, Janjaweed gunmen are still terrorizing the region. This time, no one’s paying attention.