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This photo released Wednesday by the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, the UNRWA, shows thousands of men, women and children trapped in the Yarmouk refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus besieging aid workers as they distribute food parcels.

Close to 60 million people have fled their homes because of either conflict or persecution, A report released Thursday by the UN said. Read more»

Khartoum continues to refuse humanitarian access to the Nuba Mountains. The ongoing war is being conducted almost entirely of sight. Read more»

The United States is reasonably optimistic that South Sudan can become independent peacefully, despite several disputed issues.

South Sudan stands a good chance of becoming an independent nation peacefully, despite ongoing skirmishes and a build up of military forces on the disputed border between North and South Sudan. Read more»

George Clooney is visiting South Sudan to alert the world to its impending election and the danger of civil war.

Much has been made of the impending emergence of Africa’s newest state — South Sudan, or “New Sudan” — but if all goes smoothly the January referendum will lead to the creation of two new states in a volatile corner of Africa. Read more»

One study found that if you drive a hybrid, you might even out your 'moral licensing' by driving more.

Never trust a man in Birkenstocks: That’s one lesson you could take from a recent study that found that people are more likely to cheat and steal after purchasing green goods as opposed to conventional goods. Read more»