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Sudan in Conflict Less than one year after the formal split between Sudan and South Sudan, the two countries are wrapped in conflict again over border demarcation, oil, and other issues. Both nations are also contending with serious internal turmoil in the form of tribal conflict,

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On May 3rd our staff in Washington D.C attended the International Religious Freedom Caucus ( IRF ) roundtable conference hosted by the U.S Capital, and held in the U.S  Capital building. Throughout this round table, representatives of many different humaniterian, non-profit and government affiliations were

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On November 18th Imam Shirazi World Foundation visits U.S Institute of Peace (USIP) to attend a conference in regards of Pakistan and  meet with  Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, former Pakistani Ambassador to the United States and Pakistan High Commissioner to the U.K , and Moeed Yusuf,

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Despite the political interests of many neighbor countries of Bahrain and the Western interests in the region, when it comes to the heart breaking events that takes place in Bahrain, many organizations have attempted to shed light on the facts that happen there. On August

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On September 8th, organized by Code pink Women for Peace, the unfortunate events in Bahrain gets another spotlight on in Washington D.C during a business casual gathering at Bus Boys and Poets accompanied by more than three dozens of journalists and leaders of major humanitarian,

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