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South Sudan: A Glimpse Back at 2014 and Ahead to 2015

As we look to the new year, here's a glimpse of where things stand in South Sudan and why action must be taken now to prevent another year of......

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Hope Still Surviving in War-torn South Sudan

A year after fighting began in South Sudan, peace is elusive. But this man......

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Four Atrocity Prevention Successes in 2014

Four successes show that the news is not all bad in the world of atrocity prevention and that we have something hopeful to build......

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Top Five End Genocide Facebook Posts in 2014

In 2014, our fans on Facebook shared posts reaching millions, took thousands of actions to stop genocide, and started thousands of conversations about building...

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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama bow their heads during the closing prayer at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., February 3, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Commemorating or Condoning Genocide at the National Prayer Breakfast?

If representatives of Sudan’s government are allowed at the National Prayer Breakfast, any prayers for peace for the people of Darfur will surely fall on deaf ears....

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