November 14, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – The 8th General Conference of Sudan’s Islamic Movement (IM) is due to start in the capital Khartoum today with the participation of 4000 members, and amid reports of latent grievances over the group’s association with the National Congress Party (NCP) and its 23-year rule of the country.
The conference will also be attended by foreign Islamist figures including the leader of Tunisia’s Ennahda Movement, Rashid al-Ghannushi, and representative of the Muslim (...)
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EU sidesteps human rights standards2016-07-26 20:37:31
By Ahmed H. Adam and Ashley D. Robinson
In the European Union’s struggle to manage its refugee crisis, is it sidestepping human rights standards by funneling funding to war criminals through the (...)