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News Roundup – 19 May 2014

May 19, 2014

Opinio Juris Guest post: detention in NIACs: a pledge in favour of the application of IHL. 

Colombia soul searches on peace and reconciliation ahead of election. 

Colombia and FARC agree on drug trade plan. 

Ban warns about targeting civilians, after armed groups cut off water supply in Aleppo. 

Pakistani Taliban vows fight for Sharia. 

Mali ‘at war’ with Tuareg rebels. 

Nigeria’s Boko Haram crisis: Kano suicide attack. 

A jihadist’s face taunts Nigeria from the shadows. 

Nigerian president faces increasing pressure over kidnapped school girls. 

100 million dollars required for M23 amnesty – minister. 

Uganda’s LRA rebel chief Kony promotes his son. 

UNICEF: Over 1,000 children released from armed groups in CAR this year. 

 

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