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August 13, 2009 | Melanie Teff | Tagged as: Dominican Republic, Statelessness
U.S. major league baseball teams recently started requiring potential players and their parents to undergo DNA testing to prove who recruits are – an attempt to try to ensure that they aren't understating their age in order to win more lucrative contracts.
August 11, 2009 | Tat Maxwell
In the midst of searching for a glimpse of a moose or awaiting the awe-inspiring sight of the Old Faithful geyser erupting, it might prove hard to keep the plight of millions of refugees on the forefront of a trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
August 06, 2009 | Lionel Rosenblatt | Tagged as: Anniversary Blogger Series
The Serbian noose was tightening around Sarajevo, forcing one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities back to the Middle Ages.
August 04, 2009 | Lionel Rosenblatt | Tagged as: Anniversary Blogger Series
Already, it is now 17 years since Bosnia became engulfed in war, almost as long as the gap between the two World Wars.
July 30, 2009 | Pamela Snyder | Tagged as: Chad, Congress, DR Congo, Sudan, U.S. Administration, United Nations, Protection & Security
Refugees International was back on Capitol Hill yesterday, as Peacekeeping Advocate Erin Weir testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.