2008 (July): The ICC calls for the arrest of President Bashir for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur. It is the first appeal the ICC has ever made for the arrest of a sitting head of state. Sudan rejects the charges. 2009 (Mar): The ICC in The Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir. 2009 (May): 250 people in central Sudan are killed during clashes between nomadic groups fighting over grazing land.
Having figured this out the United Nations sent The United Nations Commission of Inquiry to investigate (More). Sudan band aid for areas were he was located to protect Bashir (Genocide in Darfur United). The myriad tragedies have disrupted this country greatly. Through out the time of fighting, the people of Sudan are being hurt greatly and the genocide has affected millions of innocent civilians. Since 2003 there has been death of at least
This event caused thousands of Tutsis to migrate to Uganda because of rise of Hutu violence against Tutsi. Around 1990, Tutsi exiles know as the Rwandan Patriotic Front(RPF), attempted to invade Rwanda. The invasion is thwarted by the Rwandan army with the help of French and Belgium troops. The attempted invasion caused a civil war between the two ethnic groups for 3 to 4 year. During the civil war, Rwanda’s main export coffee goes through a recession
According to Youk Chhang, the Executive Director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia and also runs the Cambodia Tribunal Center website, claims that a couple days after they had taken control, “ ...the Khmer Rouge forced perhaps two million people in Phnom Penh and other cities into the countryside to undertake agricultural work “ (3). They went door-to-door, demanding people to gather their belongings and to evacuate. If the citizens did not comply, they were shot on the spot. In addition to the two million people that were captured, Youk Chhang also claimed that people panicked and wanted to stay alive but despite wanting that, thousands of people died because of the evacuation itself. Four years later, this massacre ended.
When the head of goddesses saw what Deena did. He got so angry that he made Deena go through the hardest times in life for her to understand how selfish she is and that her selfishness does nothing good but upset people. So he made her have no food or water. All she had was shelter that was made out of straws. If she wanted food she had to go do labor work to earn the money.
This demonstrated that Boo had no connections to anyone outside his house since he was not allowed to have one which made misery rain on him. Lastly Boo was always discriminated and never appreciated for anything he had done to serve society. As the people of Maycomb always on thought of Boo being a bad person, he was shown evidently that he served society as a secret hero such as when he had saved the children from Bob Ewell; “Mr. Ewell was tryin’ to squeeze me to death . .
The 2011–2012 Syrian uprising is an ongoing internal conflict in Syria, a part of the wider Arab Spring. Public demonstrations first took place on 26 January 2011, but were only a sporadic occurrence until mass protests erupted inDaraa on 15 March. The situation quickly developed into a full-scale nationwide uprising, with protesters demanding the resignation of PresidentBashar al-Assad and the overthrow of the government. The situation in Syria is part of the Arab Spring, a wave of social upheaval throughout the Arab Worlddemanding greater political freedom and an end to autocracy. Inspired by the successful revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, Syrian protesters have employed the use of tactics such as marches, hunger strikes, rioting, and vandalism, in a sustained campaign of civil resistance aimed at ending nearly five decades ofBa’athist rule.
Ignorance and it's Outcomes In the book Animal Farm by George Orwell, a farm taken over by animals goes through the pain of making and getting used to a new government. Changes occur that most of all make their lives chaotic, and they must learn to stand against their leader. The animals are experience pain and misery by their ignorance. Napoleon, their trusted leader, takes advantage of their ignorance and shows them that they must live in terror and with discipline. The animals do not know what to think about Napoleon's rule.
EGYPT’S ROLE IN THE ARAB SPRING The world has been watching a very important political event called the “Arab Spring” since 18th of December, 2010. The “Arab Spring” stands for the revolutionary changes that happened in the Arab Nations, which caused the fall of many governments including Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya; and protests in countries such as Algeria, Jordan, Oman, Iraq and Bahrain. It can be said that those revolts have a similar reason of occurance: those countries all lack democracy. Between all of those countries that have political problems; such as the governments being overthrown, large protests with a high death rate and civil wars; Egypt is different in one way. Egypt is a Muslim/Christian country that is situated in North-East Africa and has the population of 76 million people.
Of the 47 million Sudanese people, over two million have died due to the civil wars raging on in Sudan(Military). This war has caused more than 50,000 people, from twenty different countries, to be resettled in Utah and has displaced more than four million. Of the millions of refugees in Sudan only about 70,000 are permitted into the United States each year. More than 80% of the refugees are single mothers who know little to no English(Cortez). A collection of kingdoms make up the country of Sudan.