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The most recent stories from all Focus Campaigns.

D.R.Congo: Nkunda Regains Power Soon After Defeat

Security, peace and ceasefire continue to be the center of concern in the eastern D.R.Congo.   Friday December 14, 2007 the Congolese army fought for five hours in Kazuba locality with Nkunda’s military support... READ MORE

Security in the Eastern D.R. Congo

The National Congress for the Defense of the People (CNDP) of Nkundabatware and the Hutu rebel group FDLR (Democratic Liberation Forces of Rwanda) remain the central causes of the current insecurity eastern Congo.   Nkunda’s profileis... READ MORE

Mauritania and Egypt Attend Hunger Forum

Alliance to End Hunger Leads U.S. Delegation to First Near East Forum Against Hunger   Former Congresswoman Eva Clayton, Honorary Chair of The Alliance to End Hunger and Max Finberg, Director of the... READ MORE

Roots of AFRICOM

In October 2003, James Jay Carafano, Ph. D. and Nile Gardiner, both from the Conservative think-tank the Heritage Foundation, proposed to the Bush administration the creation of a centralized Africa command for the... READ MORE

Some Perspectives for Peace in D.R. Congo

On November 5th, Archbishop Francois Maroy of the Bukavu, Congo, released a statement concerning the crisis and the responsibility of international, national, and local actors. Afica Faith and Justice Network (AFJN) shares his... READ MORE

Sign AFRICOM Petitions Today!

Africa Faith and Justice Network invites you to add your voice to the call for a more responsible US foreign policy that respects the dignity and capacity of our African partners. Together, we... READ MORE

Expulsion of Missionaries in Eritrea

Caught between violence in Ethiopia and Somalia and simmering turmoil in Sudan, Eritrea makes few headlines in the Horn of Africa. But the repressive government in Eritrea ought to sound international alarms –... READ MORE

EU-Africa Summit: Where Are Human Rights?

Prime minister Gordon Brown of England refused to attend the Euro-African summit in Lisbon last weekend because President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe would be in attendance. Recognizing the grave human rights abuses committed... READ MORE

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