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I’ve heard Jennifer Quigley speak twice at STAND conferences, and after one session at STAND Camp 2010 that she held for s
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In this week's issue: More clashes are reported in South Darfur; a splinter group of Burma's NLD registered for the elections; MONUC will transition to MONUSCO in July with a greater focus on civilian protections
The Week That Was, May 26 to June 2, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team.
- 05/24/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: Violence is escalating between Darfuri rebels JEM and the Sudanese police; the US has formally extended sanctions against Burma for another year; representatives from different industries met with the Department of State to discuss ensuring their minerals are conflict-freeWeekly News Brief, May 14 to 21, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team.05/17/2010Posted by:
In this week's issue: at least 107 people have been killed in inter-tribal fighting in Darfur since March; officials warn that Burma's elections will not be legitimate; Congress passed an act to address the ongoing LRA threat in Central Africa05/13/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: an official from Sudan's National Election Commission recognized cases of vote rigging; 10,000 Karen have fled to Thailand escaping expected clashes; Five people were killed when Mai Mai militia attacked a town in North KivuWeekly News Brief, April 30 to May 9, compiled by Joshua Kennedy at GI-Net and the STAND E-team.05/03/2010Posted by:In this week's issue: Tribal clashes in South Darfur left 52 dead; several ceasefire groups officially rejected Burma's Border Guard Force proposal; ICG released a report on responding to the LRA threat in central AfricaWeekly News Brief - April 23 to 30, 2010, compiled by Joshua Kennedy of GI-Net and the STAND E-team. To receive weekly news briefs, trivia, and a discussion guide, email firstname.lastname@example.org.