Can world muster the will to prevent new atrocities?

April 27th in Brussels: Uyghur March For Freedom

China Is Forcing People To Download An App That Tells Them To Delete “Dangerous” Photos

East Turkestan: Muslim Poet An Ran Detained for Article Referencing Xinjiang

Xinjiang Authorities Detain Uyghur Pro Footballer For ‘Visiting Foreign Countries’

East Turkestan: Reports of Chinese Arresting Uyghur Women in Gilgit-Baltistan

China holds biggest ever military drill in South China Sea

Interview: Labelled a ‘threat to China,’ Hong Kong law scholar Benny Tai says Beijing is trying to brainwash Hongkongers

Balochistan: Missing Baloch man dies after torture in custody of Pakistani forces

‘We need your help’: Baloch chief minister’s plea to leaders in exile

Poland marks 8th anniversary of president’s death in Russia

Russia intensifies repression against Crimean Tatars

Debunking Russia’s Crimean myth

UNESCO approves decision on monitoring mission to Crimea

Russia’s barbaric destruction of Khan’s Palace and Crimean Tatar heritage reaches new critical stage

Russia uses Secret Collaborators and Traitors to persecute for faith in Crimea

Why is Russia transferring armored vehicles with wiped out board numbers to Ukrainian border?

Nationalism Is on the Rise in Ukraine, and That’s a Good Thing

More than half of all non-Kazakhs in Kazakhstan now speak Kazakh, Astana says

Russian Investigative Reporter Dies After Fall From Window; Editor Rejects Suicide

Ukrainian journalist loses defamation suit for criticizing Moreira propaganda film on Ukraine

Why Expelling Russian Diplomats Isn’t Enough

Take the Free West Papua challenge – Use your talents to support West Papua!

Vanuatu calls Non-Aligned Movement for their support for West Papua’s freedom

Youngsolwara activist Emily Fatu: Why I bleed black and red in support of a Free West Papua

A Picture Speaks 1000 Lies: Indonesia’s President hands over thousands of “symbolic” land ownership certificates to West Papuans

Women’s leader Mama Yosepha refuses Indonesian President’s visit to West Papua due to ongoing mass killing of West Papuans

Xi urges Taiwan’s business community to shun independence

Pro-independence forces in Taiwan align to push referendum

China announces Taiwan Strait live-fire drills amid tensions

International groups lend support for independence

We need a capitalist economic plan for indy Scotland

Sillars: No indyref2 until Yes support reaches 60%

How to Start a New Country: This book can help get us prepared for Scottish independence, Robin Hall

SNP MP Angus MacNeil calls for indyref within 18 months

Business for Indy reveals policies to make economic case for indy

Call for Gaelic to be included on Duolingo

Arguments for Yes have never been stronger, so bring on indyref2

It’s time to talk about Irish unification as reconciliation

‘Still a fragility to it’: N Ireland 20 years after Good Friday

The Good Friday Agreement in the Age of Brexit

Irish Government to invest €178m in Gaeltacht and Irish language

Dublin to get ‘flagship’ Irish language hub to encourage people to speak ‘a cúpla focal’

New Irish Language Centre On The Horizon For Ennis

Azerbaijan goes to the polls amid muzzled media and blocked websites

Azerbaijan election: President Ilham Aliyev wins fourth term

Azerbaijan: a ‘rebalancing’ of relations with West

Armenia and Azerbaijan simultaneously re-boot their leaders

Armenia becomes parliamentary republic as new President sworn in

New, weakened president inaugurated in Armenia

New president of Armenia to pay a visit to Russia soon

Cameroon: Gov’t says arrested separatist leaders are in good health

Bosnia: Cable car in Sarajevo reopens after 26 years

29 Years Since Tragedy – Georgia Remembers April 9 Heroes

Georgian Special Services Publicize Russia’s Attempts to Subvert Country From Within

The genocide of the Roma – and how commemoration of this ‘forgotten Holocaust’ is shifting

New Mexico district eyes Spanish, Navajo dual-language plan

The Gruesome Story of Hannah Duston, Whose Slaying of Indians Made Her an American Folk “Hero”

Wells Fargo Names Dawson Her Many Horses to Serve American Indian/Alaska Native Communities

Brazil averts “a massacre” by blocking eviction of Indians

American Indian Foods Returning to Brussels to Represent Native Companies at Seafood Expo Global

Bolivia: Relatives rejoice as ex-president found guilty of civilian massacres

Edward S. Curtis American Indian photogravure exhibit opens Friday

‘We are still here’: The fight to be recognized as Indigenous in Uruguay

Navajo Nation sues opioid manufacturers, distributors, and pharmacies

Navajo Nation judge weighs jurisdiction of sexual abuse lawsuits against the Mormon church

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to Focus on Land, Resources Rights, as 17th Session Convenes, 16-27 April

Jharkhand: Adivasi rights activist in illegal solitary confinement gets relief after hunger strike

Czechs discover hidden film record of Stalin’s antisemitic show trial

Tahiti woman told not to challenge China

French Polynesian pro-independence leader says conviction claim baseless

Iraq’s Yazidis Still Suffering And Afraid

Has the Kurdish independence movement failed?

Top Iraq Court Set To Rule On Kurdistan Region’s Oil Exports

KRG starts paying salaries of Kirkuk’s Kurdish education teachers

Why Iraqi Kurdistan could be on the brink of revolution

U.S., Britain and France Strike Syria Over Suspected Chemical Weapons Attack

WHO demands access to Eastern Ghouta where over 500 exposed to chemical attack

U.S. believes Russia is tampering with chemical weapons evidence in Syria

U.S. to hit Russia with new sanctions over Syria chemical weapons attack

Death sentence approved for Kurdish activist Ramin Hossein Panahi in Iran despite unfair trial

Mike Pompeo slams Turkey for assault on Afrin, hails Kurdish partners fighting Islamic State

Kurdish humanitarian groups in Syrian Kurdistan call for urgent help for Afrin victims

Syrian militias arrest, kill Kurds accused of YPG ties in Afrin: monitor

Syrian rebels admit chemical use against Kurds

KRG calls on Baghdad to take ‘practical steps’ to compensate Anfal victims’ families

Genocide Watch: Kurds on brink of ‘extermination’ 30 years after Anfal

New Delhi’s delicate dance over Tibet

Chinese man charged with spying on Tibetan refugees faces four years in Swedish prison

Cash Rewards for Informers in Tibet

100 Days Since Trial and Still No Respite for Tibetan Rights Advocate Tashi Wangchuk

China disappears elderly woman Lhamo Dolma on pilgrimage

Dalai Lama Among Top 10 World’s Most Admired People

China Should Not Equate Sinicization of Tibet with Modernization

Tibetan Democracy One of Most Unique Systems

American Footballer Aaron Rodgers Presents Cap, Ball to Dalai Lama

Central Tibetan Administration President Visits U.S

Greek soldiers fire warning shots at Turkish helicopter in Aegean Sea amid growing tensions

Enough is enough – why anti-Welsh racism can no longer be tolerated

Welsh food should be sold under the Red Dragon, not Union Jack

Discovered In Translation: The Joy Of Gwenno

MP’s withering Twitter putdown of ‘anti-Welsh’ columnist Rod Liddle goes viral

Welsh Government’s rebel Brexit bill heads to court

Portugal is set to break away from a 25-year long budget deficit

In pictures: No longer ‘the weak gender’ in Lithuania

The hollow war drums of the Western Sahara conflict

Minister Admits: Morocco could improve rights in Western Sahara

Escalating Tensions in Western Sahara

When grandchildren of Nelson Mandela alert the King of Morocco on Western Sahara

Flashback: New Zealand’s first Māori MPs elected to Parliament 150 years ago

A tale of colonisation – deep music connections for Māori, Caribbean

New Zealand may have just killed its oil industry

Comoros protests to re-claim French Island, Mayotte

Biafra: 40 members missing after Police, Army attacked us in Anambra – IPOB

Biafra: Buhari’s govt too tribal, corrupt – MASSOB

Reminisce of Biafra at Achuzia’s Night of Tributes

Civil War: How US, other world powers planned to help Biafra – Mbu

Biafra: Family demands Nnamdi Kanu’s corpse for burial

Re-Emergence of the Nation of Biafra Has Broken down the Walls of Nigeria

IPOB: Callous Clampdown on Biafrans by Nigerian Security Forces Is a Threat to Global Security

Nigerian Army Again Admits Invading Kanu’s Residence, As They Promise To Prosecute Soldiers Involved

Hmong colonel who fought with U.S. in Vietnam gets full military burial

‘Growing up Hmong at the crossroads’ is a journey of generations

Screening of “The CIA’s Lost Army” at the European Parliament hosted by MEP Ignazio Corrao

Hundreds of Villagers in Chiang Rai’s Wiang Kaen District Protest Police Detention of Three Hmong Men Detained Over Suspected Drug Smuggling

New Caledonians have till 20th April to register for independence referendum in November

New Caledonia unions against retirement age rise

New Caledonians protest over violence against women

Hundreds gather in Samoa to protest about land rights

Basques mull reconciliation as ETA dissolution nears

Basques Seek Spanish Budget Breakthrough in Catalonia

80th anniversary commemoration of Guernica bombing rejected by Spanish senate

On terrorism, Basque nationalism and a ‘bar brawl’

Major union warns of authoritarian turn in Spain

Scandinavian countries to vote on ‘promoting dialogue’ in Catalonia

Spanish police arrest 7 in connection with Catalan secession

Spanish police arrests pro-independence activists accusing them of rebellion and terrorism

Woman investigated for hate crime over banner reading ‘police go home’

European Commission says Germany acted ‘according to rules’ regarding Puigdemont

Spanish police raid Catalan public diplomacy council

Spain’s Supreme Court blocks jailed MP Jordi Sànchez’s bid to be sworn in as Catalan president

Spain refuses to free Catalan leader candidate Sanchez from jail

Finding a way out of the Catalan labyrinth

More than 40 MEPs from 15 countries demand release of Catalan leaders

Parliament to take Spanish judge to court for blocking presidential bid

Marta Rovira breaks silence: “I’m in Switzerland to keep fighting against a brutal political persecution”

‘All performing arts genres’ covered at theatre festival in Igualada

Office rentals in Barcelona up 20% in 2018

Former President of the European Parliament Pat Cox calls for political dialogue

Over 900 buses arrive in Barcelona for protest

Hundreds of thousands protest for release of prisoners

Why were pro-independence supporters protesting today? Find out what some of them had to say

Photos: Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated all over today to ask for the release of the political prisoners. It has been 6 months since the Jordis went into temporary detention.

Barcelona brought to a halt as Catalans march for freedom

Catalan government did not use public funds to pay for the October 1 independence referendum, confirms Spanish Treasury

Taranaki teen wins Cook Islands’ first Commonwealth Games medal

Saint Lucia Police issue human trafficking alert

Somaliland legislators approve historic law criminalising rape

Deadly bomb attack targets Somalia soccer crowd

Gabon: Bongo’s constitutional “power grab” and The Resistance

Gabon returns three suspects to Turkey over Gulen links

10 of the worlds smallest countries

Uncertainties Delaying Economic Recovery in the Pacific

IMF urges Guyana to toughen deals with oil majors

Clashes as Swaziland marks 50 years of independence

Swaziland denies purchase of luxury cars for king’s birthday

East Timor parties start campaign for 2nd election in a year

East Timor’s LGBTI community keeps getting stronger together

The story of a billboard that triggered a political war in Kuwait

Former Vatican adviser arrested on suspicion of watching child sex abuse

Oman bans tobacco advertising

Tajikistan Seeks Extradition Of Two Opposition Politicians From Turkey

Tajikistan Expects Russia At Regional Water Conference In June

Russian Foreign Minister thanks Tajikistan for support in Skripal case

New presidents of Zimbabwe, Botswana meet in Harare

Is The Bahamas Committed To Its Own Success?

Controversial slum relocation kicks off in Rwanda’s capital

Why we must listen to those who have fled Kagame’s Rwanda

Rwandan genocide 24 years on: what happened to the children born of rape?

On Rwandan genocide anniversary: Can world muster the will to prevent new atrocities?

Flawed return deal offers no way back for Rohingya refugees

Violence and landslides block aid access to Papua New Guinea quake victims

Namibia scraps plan to force white-owned businesses to sell 25% stake to blacks

Germany finally agrees to rename streets linked with genocide in Namibia

Turkish President Erdogan Urges Kyrgyzstan to Join Fight Against Gulen

Aruban official pleads guilty to laundering bribe money in U.S.

Albania: the theatre of politics

Does Germany hold the key for Albania’s accession to the EU?

Albania’s broken democracy needs constructive and inclusive action

US names Jamaica among 4 major C’bean drug producers

Closer China Ties Seen Pressuring Brunei on Sensitive Maritime Claims

Mauritius: beyond the beaches

Mauritius freezes 58 bank accounts linked to Angola’s sovereign wealth fund

Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals

Togo police crack down on anti-government protesters

New opposition alliance formed in Togo

Croatia backs treaty on women despite right-wing protests

Cyprus leaders’ meeting aims to restart peace talks

Dominica’s hurricane recovery efforts boosted by voluntourism program

Trinidad and Tobago has just legalised gay sex

In ‘The Burning Shores,’ Libya Blossoms — Briefly — Before Unraveling

UN decries ‘sheer horror’ suffered by thousands detained in Libya

Returning Students Want to Help Rebuild Gambia

How the Gambia Learned to Grow Both Forests and Food

New non-profit helping mothers in Gambia, West Africa

Jammeh’s party loses more grounds in Gambia’s local govt polls

Gambia is a Tinder dream for geriatric sex tourists, says Prue Leith

Force feeding burdens obese Mauritanian girls with diabetes, heart disease

Liberal democracies, don’t give up on the Maldives

Pro-EU Milo Djukanovic wins Montenegro presidential election

Bolivia is not Venezuela – even if its president does want to stay in power forever

Bolivia calls U.N. meeting over Syria strike threat

No defence in Chechnya: Oyub Titiyev and the grim future of human rights in Russia’s North Caucasus

Luxembourg ranked 27th for financial complexity

Trump-Kim summit could take place in Mongolia’s Ulaanbaatar — here’s what the coldest capital city on earth is like

China, Mongolia to explore free trade agreement – Xinhua

Mongolia anti-graft agency arrests two prime ministers amid mine probe

Eritrea-Ethiopia border crisis: UN’s impotence to blame

Putin planning to interfere in Belarusian elections to replace Lukashenka, Sivitsky says

21 ‘table tennis club’ members arrested in Burundi

Slovakia did not hesitate to start its national EU convention

Slovakia Willing to Boost Contributions to EU Budget If Needed

Where are you going, Slovakia?

The number of Slovaks returning from abroad rises

B.C. professor jailed in Slovakia accused of child porn, sexual violence

Nicaragua forest fire burns almost 9,000 acres

Taiwan warships drop anchor in Nicaragua amid sinking ties with China

Mueller is now looking into more mysterious meetings in the Seychelles

Tiny Djibouti aiming to be global military, shipping center

Global powers vie for sway in Djibouti

China’s Strategy in Djibouti: Mixing Commercial and Military Interests

Gunmen fire on UN base in Central African Republic

Central African Republic demonstrators lay corpses in front of U.N. mission

Civilians killed in Central African Republic were ‘manipulated’: U.N.

Four things to know about the conflict in the Central African Republic

Gulf feud hits new low with proposal to make Qatar an island

Four Arab states stick by Qatar demands despite U.S. pressure to end rift

Singapore and Hong Kong are winning over start-up accelerators

Poverty in Switzerland: 615,000 people below the threshold

UN says 2 local humanitarian workers killed in South Sudan

South Sudan’s ex-military chief Paul Malong forms organisation to challenge President Salva Kiir

The tragic echoes of Turkey’s anti-Gülen campaign in Turkmenistan

In Kashmir, 2 killings come amid tangles of fear and loyalty

Troops kill 4 Kashmir civilians during anti-India protest

Asifa Bano: The child rape and murder that has Kashmir on edge

El Salvador Arrests One of Most Wanted Criminals

El Salvador bishops in D.C. to plead for saving immigration protections

After women jailed for miscarriages, El Salvador finally debates abortion

El Salvador Must Reform Abortion Ban To Support Efforts To Reduce Maternal Mortality

Life Doesn’t Go On After The Mudslides In Sierra Leone

Court challenge filed against Sierra Leone election results

Sierra Leone president issues stern cost-cutting and civil service regulations

Dominican Republic convicts man over 2011 murder of journalist

Russia to repeat Baltic airspace shutdown

Viktor Orban, after soaring to reelection win in Hungary, to target George Soros and NGOs

Hungary Election Was Free but Not Entirely Fair, Observers Say

Hungary’s Orban to seek EU of strong nations after landslide re-election

Chad has blocked social messaging apps and BBC amid political and economic anxiety

As Bhutan’s economy grows, so does its waste problem

Belize steps up to prioritize the health challenges faced by its youth

How One Country Is Restoring Its Damaged Ocean

Controversial ‘Goodbye Belize’ play features Guatemalans in blackface

Denial of genocide prevails in dream for ‘Greater Serbia’

Scenarios to end Kosovo and Serbia’s frozen conflict

Romania pushes Bulgaria into second place to claim EU’s highest road death rate in 2017

Thousands protest disability welfare reform in Bulgaria

300 demonstrate in Lannuon (Lannion) #Brittany for the @Diwan Breton immersion schools

Batwa: Climate Change to Hit Vulnerable People the Hardest