Opheera McDoom

Correspondent, Reuters News Service

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Correspondent for Reuters in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum

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After the genocide in Rwanda, the United Nations General Assembly accepted  responsibility to intervene  when governments are not protecting their own people from mass atrocities.

Can the United Nations Bring Peace to Darfur?

After the genocide in Rwanda, the United Nations General Assembly accepted responsibility to intervene when governments are not protecting their own people from mass atrocities.

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