Media Coverage

11/11/2019

Spain’s governing socialist party has ruled out a grand coalition with its arch-rivals, the conservative People’s party (PP), after a deadlocked election marked by a surge in support for the far-right Vox party.

11/11/2019

The UN and US have urged the Iraqi government to stop using violence against protesters, pass electoral reforms, and hold early elections.

11/11/2019

Myanmar is to face accusations of genocide at the UN’s highest court over its treatment of Rohingya Muslims.

11/11/2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales has resigned after nearly 14 years in power, amid turmoil following his disputed re-election last month.

11/11/2019

A former Congolese rebel leader nicknamed "the Terminator" has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for war crimes and crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

11/7/2019

Women from Srebrenica, site of the worst massacre during Yugoslavia's bloody collapse, protested in Sarajevo on Tuesday against the award of the Nobel literature prize to Peter Handke, an Austrian accused of being a Serb apologist during the 1990s wars.

The Swedish academy's pick last month triggered outrage in the Balkans and beyond because of Handke's admiration for late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic.

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11/6/2019

Yemen's internationally recognized government signed a Saudi-brokered power-sharing deal with southern separatists Tuesday aimed at ending a conflict simmering within the country's civil war.

11/6/2019

Israel’s Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the government could expel the head of Human Rights Watch’s Israel and Palestine office after accusing him of supporting boycotts against the country.

11/6/2019

According to Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, who visited Zamzam and Abu Shouk camps for the displaced in North Darfur on Monday, refugees and displaced people should take part in Sudan’s peacebuilding process. He vowed to achieve transitional justice in the war-torn region.

11/6/2019

Guatemala’s future hangs in the balance, teetering between accountability and impunity. 

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