Julia Steers

darfur

Inside the Forgotten War in Darfur, Where the Killing Never Stopped

As the first outside journalists to access the last rebel stronghold in Jebel Marra in five years, we found that millions are still trapped in vast makeshift camps, and the area is awash in guns.
Julia Steers
7.13.20
News

Kenya’s Cops May Be Killing More People Than Coronavirus

“We know you and we will find you,” the president said in an address to the nation and quarantine escapees on Wednesday.
Julia Steers
4.24.20
Democratic Republic of Congo

DRC’s first peaceful transfer of power was marred by violence and corruption

“When we demonstrate, bullets are shot. We are really tired. We do not know how to claim our rights.”
Julia Steers
1.28.19
Central African Republic

U.N.-funded peacekeepers in CAR are accused of murder and rape

“They tied my hands behind my back and shot me.”
Julia Steers
5.18.18
Facebook

Kenyans face a fake news epidemic.

They want to know just how much Cambridge Analytica and Facebook are to blame.
Nick Miriello
David Gilbert
Julia Steers
3.22.18
africa

Inside the brutal war that's ripping apart the Central African Republic

Over half a million Central Africans are internally displaced, and in the last six months, over 60,000 new refugees have fled across the river that divides CAR and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Julia Steers
12.23.17
Central African Republic

UN peacekeepers are struggling to prevent all-out war in CAR

Julia Steers
11.24.17
Kenya

Kenya's police forces are extrajudicially killing young men with impunity

Julia Steers
10.27.17
VICE News

Kenya’s Opposition Pushes For Boycott of "Stolen Election"

"People are willing to die."
Julia Steers
8.14.17
Kenya

“People are willing to die”: Kenya's opposition pushes election boycott

Julia Steers
8.14.17
Kenya

Almost 20 million Kenyans go to the polls as fear of violence grows

Julia Steers
8.8.17
VICE News

Somalia’s New President Inherits a Country on the Brink of Disaster and Famine

Severe drought threatens the entire country and humanitarians say if nothing is done it will be worse than the 2011 famine that killed a quarter-million people.
Julia Steers
2.27.17
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