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Nicholas Kristof
"It’s unconscionable to let children die because of diplomatic protocol." - @NickKristof buff.ly/1H3udmY pic.twitter.com/w4Vupj0bo5
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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. ow.ly/P5KfF via @NickKristof pic.twitter.com/vUEKiHFaPu
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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 nyti.ms/1Jz7SRZ pic.twitter.com/LF9aVmlsew
Nuban children shelter in caves from Sudan's bombs t.co/uHsp9SNc7f
A Toddler’s Death in a Foxhole nyti.ms/1Jz7SRZ My column on Sudan's latest crimes against humanity, in Nuba pic.twitter.com/WZY16Zr3AL
A doctor, his faith, and working in a forgotten place. Amazing article by @NickKristof: ht.ly/OTzvS pic.twitter.com/BeZjxdotyr
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An argument for bridging the God Gulf: If you ever mock people of faith, think of this guy nyti.ms/1QVXk3s pic.twitter.com/sspPhbmhsS
Any time you're tempted to mock someone for his or her faith, think of this amazing guy nyti.ms/1QVXk3s pic.twitter.com/sspPhbmhsS
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 nyti.ms/1QVXk3s
Next time you're tempted to mock someone for his or her faith, think of this guy nyti.ms/1QVXk3s pic.twitter.com/sspPhbmhsS
A stunning and historic NYT front page today!
Fabulous and historic NYT front page today, underscoring again the power of photos. pic.twitter.com/u6Zn1rX4Kw
The White House tonight is illuminated in rainbow colors to honor and celebrate marriage equality. Bravo! pic.twitter.com/wwz1yDYeVv
A village in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Amazing photos on the front page of The New York Times tomorrow. 'Equal Dignity.' pic.twitter.com/8Sx4TdDN7n
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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! pic.twitter.com/cdvvQzgvIc




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