By Mariana Rodriguez Pareja* January 20, 2013 - The conflict in Darfur has ruined the lives of over half a million people. This violence has had the complicit support of a government, which in theory is in charge of protecting its own population, that does the opposite. The UNSC asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to intervene and investigate the situation in 2005. The President of the country Omer Hassan al-Bashir has been indicted as one of the most responsible for the (...)
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