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.

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