Accuracy in Media

Sudanese Christian Women Freed then Rearrested after “Unprecedented” International Pressure

WASHINGTON — Mariam Ibrahim, a Christian convert who was sentenced to death in Sudan last month, was let go and released from prison by the Sudanese government after “unprecedented” international pressure. Reuters reported that the 27-year-old woman, who gave birth to a daughter while in prison, was later rearrested at a Sudanese airport. She married […]

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Mali explodes in violence again

WASHINGTON — Recent ethnic clashes erupted in northern Mali this past week and the Malian government blames the Tuareg rebels. Reuters reports that the northern separatist rebels, the Tuaregs, instigated the violence and unrest. The Tuaregs sued for peace after French intervention threatened to annihilate them and their former Islamist allies. The Tuaregs said that […]

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Sudan shuts off South Sudan oil exports

WASHINGTON — The ongoing tit-for-tat battles between Sudan and the newly-formed country of South Sudan continues. Now, Sudan has officially notified South Sudan that it will stop oil exports coming in from South Sudan in addition to freezing their oil and economic agreements. The condition to reverse this decision? South Sudan’s government, based in Juba, […]

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June 2014

6/24/2014 - Sudanese Christian Women Freed then Rearrested after “Unprecedented” International Pressure

July 2013

7/22/2013 - Mali explodes in violence again

June 2013

6/18/2013 - Sudan shuts off South Sudan oil exports