Why is Sudan’s Genocidal Regime a CIA Favorite?
Remember the campaign to stop genocide in Darfur? That's never been a big priority for Langley, while counterterrorism cooperation with Khartoum is a huge one.
This Terror Sponsor Got Into the U.S. on a Diplo Passport
Atta brings a résumé with the least appropriate background imaginable for a regime seeking to whitewash a record of corruption, repression, genocide, terrorism, and discrimination.
A BRIDGE TOO FAR
The Migrant Boys on the Borderline
Smart, talented, and ambitious survivors, these African migrant kids live under a bridge on the frontier between Italy and France.
BLACK AND WHITE
Israel’s Migrant Problem: It’s Not Just About Africans
The futures of tens of thousands of African migrants hangs in the balance as Netanyahu flip-flops about their fate. At this point, no one knows what will happen to them.
SHE WILL NOT BE SILENCED
The Feminist Defying Islamic Extremism
Seven years after two men tried to burn her alive in Paris, Algerian artist Rayhana debuts her provocative first feature, ‘I Still Hide to Smoke.’
Corruption Fuels Famine in South Sudan
The infant nation of South Sudan is already close to death, thanks to some of the world’s most corrupt leaders. The good news is, death isn’t inevitable.
Christianity on Trial
Pastors Face Death for Spreading Gospel
Four men, including two pastors, face the death penalty in Sudan a full year after they were arrested on what critics say are trumped-up charges targeting Christians.