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Ethiopia Conflict Aggravates Ongoing Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan

By Caroline Kinsella   By Tuesday, November 17, more than 27,000 Ethiopian refugees had crossed into Sudan. Most were women and children, w...

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Sudanese Government and Rebel Alliances Sign Peace Agreement

DWAG welcomes the signing of the peace agreement between the Sudanese interim government leaders and the opposition groups as a great step toward stab...

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International Day of Nonviolence Statement

In commemoration of the International Day of Nonviolence, DWAG would like to condemn all forms of violence, particularly violence against women. As yo...

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More than 100 Dead After Five Weeks of Sudanese Floods

Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) is disheartened about the catastrophic floods that have severely damaged homes and displaced people in areas all over...

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Al-Bashir of Sudan and the Genocide Crimes

Former president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, and two other indictees, Abdelraheem Hussein and Ahmed Haroun, all of whom have been charged with genocide,...

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Escalation of Violence in Kassala – Eastern Sudan

The Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) would like to express our grave concern over the escalation of events that happened last week due to the appointm...

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One Year Since Constitutional Declaration: Mass Demonstrations Leave Many Injured and Detained

The Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG) expresses deep concern about the cruel treatment of demonstrators by government forces on August 17th, the one-ye...

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