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This op-ed was originally published in Foreign Affairs and authored by John Prendergast.
The Atrocities Have Not Ended - Neither Should the Sanctions
"Burma's supreme court heard final arguments on Monday against the extended house arrest of detained pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, her lawyer said.
"Sudanese warplanes and artillery pounded insurgents in the troubled western region of Darfur on Saturday, said a rebel spokesman whose group has refused to attend upcoming peace talks in Qatar."
"Southern Sudan’s leader, Salva Kiir, will run for president of the semi-autonomous region instead of challenging Umar al-Bashir for the presidency of Sudan in April elections, a spokeswoman for his party said."
"The prosecution's key witness in the Zimbabwe trial that has strained the country's coalition government took the stand Thursday, saying he was tortured into falsely implicating the prime minister's aide on trial."
"Burma's detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi met the ruling junta's liaison officer Friday, officials and her party said, in the latest sign of dialogue between the two sides."