David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines

More on the Sudan -- and Iran

I posted on the genocide in the Sudan a while ago. If anything, it's gotten worse since then. Professor Jim Moore, of Harvard's Berkman Center, has several good posts on it today.

The Bush administration has been pressuring the Sudanese government and the UN; Kerry has condemned the atrocities, and Moveon.org recently decided to urge something be done -- so if you want some good news amid partisan squabbling, there it is: something everyone agrees on.

Well, almost everyone.

And Iran? Demonstrations are underway.
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