2016 09 22 Thursday

Bulgaria Celebrates Independence Day

Independence Day in Mali



Putin’s man in Chechnya embraces the new chivalry

Western Sahara: EU expresses “concern,” reiterates support to UN process

Crimea situation needs «firm UN reaction»

Leading Catalan political party tries again to adopt a new name

Hopes for Zoroastrianism revival in Kurdistan as first temple opens its doors

Malta becomes independent, 1964: A police stabbing, a grenade, and when having a gay time was cause for an advert

Iraq’s Regional Decentralisation Debate is Heating Up

Rescued Yazidi sex slaves will face no stigma, leader says

Bid to ensure Welsh is taught as a first language in all schools in Wales

From prisoner to president: Ex-ETA terrorist Arnaldo Otegi sets sights on Basque Country top job

Former ETA Guerrilla Trades Bullets for Ballots in Basque Election

BIAFRA: Rights group writes UN over alleged Buhari’s interference in Kanu’s case

Police arrest 12 pro-Biafran protesters in Enugu

Biafra: President Buhari says small nations have right for independence

Shuttered Factories and Rants Against the Roma

Norwegian editor wants Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to talk censorship after ‘Napalm Girl’ controversy

A Development Bank for Wales could be up and running next summer

EU accepts Bosnia and Herzegovina’s membership application

5 Cuban Volleyball Players Convicted of Rape in Finland

20,000 sign petition to legalise gay marriage in Northern Ireland


U.S. House Approves Lethal Weaponry For Ukraine

Kremlin’s double standards on language issues in post-Soviet space continued

How EU firms skirt sanctions to do business in Crimea

Ukrainians ask British PM to punish Graham Phillips for tormenting a mutilated PoW

Crimean Journalist Facing 5-Year Sentence for Opposing Annexation Refused Vital Medical Treatment

7 fires, 7 sacred teachings: Winnipeg students learn about Indigenous values

Federal Bill Seeks First Native American Land Grab in 100 Years

Emojis Created for and by Indigenous Peoples in Latin America

New street signs put Toronto’s Indigenous history front and centre

Brazil Report: Up to 900 Indigenous People Killed in 13 Years

Women’s role in tackling crises should be encouraged – Lithuanian president at UN

Kvirikashvili at UN General Assembly: “Occupation is greatest existing challenge for Georgia”

Georgia’s PM at UN: “We’re proud to rank world’s 5th freest economy”

Almost 8 million tourists to Iceland since 2008

Kardashians’ Iceland May Be Getting Too Hot for Investors

The New Native American Tourism Push