One of Sudan's "Lost Boys" used to tell stories of his past. Now in our guest blog he writes about how attacks in his village this week are forcing him to tell stories of the present.
Bashir is planning to travel to Ethiopia to participate in an African Union summit that could lead to a mass withdrawal of African nations from the ICC.
The UN Security Council finally addresses the ongoing death and suffering in Syria that has nothing to do with chemical weapons.
Urgent action is needed to address the troubling anti-Muslim violence in Burma that United to End Genocide and allies on the ground have been warning about.
Demonstrations that began in Khartoum on Monday to protest a dramatic cut in fuel subsidies have spread throughout Sudan and intensified with the government’s bloody response.
What can be be done to avoid future similar situations that call into question the commitments of the United States and UN to justice and accountability?
In a great victory for genocide prevention, Secretary of State John Kerry signed the global Arms Trade Treaty on behalf of the United States today.
We strongly urge the Hotel Association of New York City and all of its members to deny any request for accommodations for Sudanese President al-Bashir.
Here are the answers to your top 5 questions related to President Bashir's proposed travel plans to the U.S. to attend the UN General Assembly.
Most nations that Bashir must fly over to get to the UN General Assembly have an obligation to deny him airspace and arrest him should he touch down.