Media Coverage

12/10/2020

A military parade was held on Thursday in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku in celebration of the peace deal with Armenia after the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, in which Azerbaijan reclaimed much of the breakaway region and surrounding areas.

12/10/2020

The joint UN-African Union envoy for Darfur cautioned on Wednesday that mistrust still runs deep in Sudan’s troubled region and urged the transitional government in Khartoum to embark on the “huge task” of earning the trust of the local people.

12/10/2020

Opposition leader Juan Guaidó is vowing to stay in Venezuela and press for an end to President Nicolás Maduro’s rule despite threats, while working with the administrations of US President-elect Joe Biden and other world leaders to revise sanctions aimed at forcing a transfer in power.

12/8/2020

The removal of subsidies in Lebanon without guarantees to protect the vulnerable would amount to a social catastrophe, two U.N. agencies said on Monday, warning there is no parachute to soften the blow.

12/8/2020

Members of the Philippine army have been accused of committing a war crime, after posing for a photo with the body of a suspected communist rebel fighter, who is also the daughter of a member of Congress.

12/8/2020

Opposition demonstrators blocked streets in Armenia’s capital on Tuesday to mark the start of a protest campaign after Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan ignored their call to step down over a ceasefire deal struck with Azerbaijan.

12/8/2020

The United States believes Eritrean soldiers have crossed into Ethiopia to help Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government battle a rebellious northern force, despite denials from both nations, a U.S. government source and five regional diplomats said.

12/8/2020

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s political alliance claimed a sweeping victory Monday in congressional elections boycotted by the most influential opposition politicians and widely criticized internationally as being fraudulent.

12/3/2020

The top UN official for Libya said Wednesday there are at least 20,000 foreign fighters and mercenaries in the war-torn nation, and warned of a “serious crisis” as weapons continue pouring into the North African country.

12/3/2020

Relatives of dozens of Kosovars massacred in the village of Krusha e Madhe/ Velika Krusha and Krusha e Vogel/ Mala Krusha protested on Thursday in front of the Palace of Justice in the capital, Pristina, angered by the halving of the prison sentence of the former Serbian police officer, Darko Tasic, for war crimes.

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