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last update: february 19th, 2009

february 19th, 2009

Board Member George Clooney Currently in Chad

In anticipation of the upcoming International Criminal Court (ICC) ruling on an arrest warrant fur Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for crimes against humanity, Not On Our Watch board member and co-founder George Clooney has traveled to Eastern Chad to shine a new spotlight on the crisis in Sudan.

 

The NY Times' Nicholas Kristof and NBC's Ann Curry are accompanying him on the trip and reporting from the field. Please check the News column to the left for updates over the course of the next few days.

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february 12th, 2009

Update: ICC - No Decision Concerning Possible Arrest Warrant Against President Al Bashir of Sudan

"Following press articles published today, the International Criminal Court (ICC) wishes to inform the media that no arrest warrant has been issued by the ICC against President Omar Al Bashir of Sudan. No decision has yet been taken by the judges of Pre-Trial Chamber I concerning the Prosecutor’s application of 14 July 2008 for the issuance of such a warrant.

 

The Pre-Trial Chamber’s decision will be made public by the normal way of a press release and publication on the Court’s website."

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NEWS

last updated september 2nd, 2009

september 2nd, 2009

Interview: South Sudan Tribal Violence Kills at Least 1,200

"Tribal violence in southern Sudan has killed at least 1,200 people this year and could mar the country's first multi-party elections in two decades if it is not stopped, the UN's peacekeeping coordinator said."

september 1st, 2009

Burma Ethnic Offensive Tests Vital China Ties

"Burma's assault on rebel militias on its remote border appears aimed at herding them into next year's election process, even if it comes at the cost of vital ties with its powerful northern neighbor, China."

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