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Nicholas Kristof
"It’s unconscionable to let children die because of diplomatic protocol." - @NickKristof
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Traditional weapons don't work very well against #Sudan's Air Force. A boy holds a traditional spear near his village in the Nuba Mountains.
Some kids grow up with swingsets in their yards. These kids have foxholes. via @NickKristof
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The grave of 2-year-old Safarina, killed by a bomb dropped by #Sudan's Air Force. Her grandmother collected her body parts and buried them.
A Nuban blacksmith uses Sudan bomb fragments as raw materials, part of my slide show
Nuban children shelter in caves from Sudan's bombs
A Toddler’s Death in a Foxhole My column on Sudan's latest crimes against humanity, in Nuba
A doctor, his faith, and working in a forgotten place. Amazing article by @NickKristof:
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An argument for bridging the God Gulf: If you ever mock people of faith, think of this guy
Any time you're tempted to mock someone for his or her faith, think of this amazing guy
This guy, Dr. Tom Catena, is a hero. He's the only permanent doctor for half a million Nubans--and Sudan bombs his hospital. My column
Next time you're tempted to mock someone for his or her faith, think of this guy
A stunning and historic NYT front page today!
Fabulous and historic NYT front page today, underscoring again the power of photos.
The White House tonight is illuminated in rainbow colors to honor and celebrate marriage equality. Bravo!
A village in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Amazing photos on the front page of The New York Times tomorrow. 'Equal Dignity.'
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A child with a cleft lip awaiting corrective surgery at Mother of Mercy Hospital in Sudan's Nuba Mountains. Sudan is bombing the area--including the hospital--as part of a counterinsurgency strategy.
A photo by Doug Mills of the NYT captures the thrill of the Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. Congrats, USA!

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