End Impunity for Sexual Violence in Colombia’s Conflict
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Bring War Crimes Suspects to Justice Now!
Joseph Kony, Bosco Ntaganda, President Omar al-Bashir and other fugitives are often shielded by powerful supporters and states. The ongoing lack of justice means that most of these fugitives are free to commit more crimes, placing civilians in affected areas at great risk.
Russia: Stop the Bloodshed in Syria
Since mass protests began over a year ago, the Syrian government has responded with brutal force and more than 10,000 people have been killed, including more than 700 children. The UN Security Council has repeatedly failed to take concrete
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