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Ethnic Karens are an indigenous ethnic group, native to Burma and Thailand who have waged an armed resistance against the Burmese government since 1949.
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Amnesty International has accused forces loyal to both of Ivory Coast's presidential rivals of massive human rights violations and atrocities in the wake of the disputed election.
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Despite the hardships, and the unceasing civil war that has dragged on and on for more than 60 years, most Karen I spoke to believe that one day they will have victory through armed resistance.
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Un poème de Akol Miyen Kuol
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An unprecedented secret meeting between the Philippine pres. Aquino and rebel leader Murad aimed to hasten the peace process along in this protracted religious conflict.
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The oil-rich Abyei region is poised to add another chapter to its long, tragic story of religious and tribal conflict and even ethnic cleansing.
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Liberia's civil conflicts have taken an enormous toll on media institutions, infrastructure, and the journalists working there.
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Bin Laden had ceased to be a rallying point even before his death. None of the Arab Spring revolutions ever invoked his name.
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The question people in Norway and around the globe have been asking is, of course, why? What ideology or belief could ever justify such atrocities?
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Philippines make headway against domestic terror agents and terror-linked piracy, mostly notably the Abu Sayyaf extremist group.
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