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Nigeria: a deleted tweet, a Twitter ban and Biafran wounds that have never healed
Do Nothing: Civil Disobedience In China
Europe Has a Hard Time Recognizing and Respecting its Minorities
UK foreign secretary meets with president of Kurdistan Region
Vanuatu judge stays Speaker’s vacation of PM plus 18 parliamentary seats
What a Kyrgyzstan oil refinery reveals about China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Balochistan: Pakistani forces camp attacked in Bolan, Two killed and two wounded
Malaysia – and no Southeast Asian nation – should be bullied by China
A digital agenda for the Eastern Partnership
2021 Report on International Religious Freedom
Georgia Bids Farewell to Soviet Arms
Burundi remembers ex-president Pierre Nkurunziza
Whereabouts Unknown: Tajik Government Critics Face Pressure, Forced Disappearances In Russia
Tories wipe indyref from history in England-centric ‘Life in the UK’ guide
Lawmaker In Southern Kyrgyzstan Detained On Suspicion Of Drug Trafficking
In a Tunisian cemetery, drowned migrants are given a ‘dignified’ burial
Kyrgyz President Japarov Arrives In Turkey On Visit To Strengthen Ties
Scottish independence activist to go on trial over Lukashenka’s insurance deal
Report Warns Of ‘Fragile’ Prospects For Postwar Nagorno-Karabakh
Bolivian politicians trade kicks and punches during Congress session
El Salvador adopting bitcoin as legal tender
Hong Kong exposes the impotence of so-called ‘Global Britain’
China conducts amphibious landing drill near Taiwan after senators’ visit
Gazans recycle rubble of destroyed homes to reconstruct enclave
US Treasury Department sanctions four Nicaraguans, including president’s daughter
Ex-ministers who avoided jail in Catalan trial complete 20-month disqualification
Belarusian Opposition Leader Seeks Tribunal to Probe Lukashenko
UN report alleges Somalia troops fought in the Tigray war
Albania Parliament Votes to Impeach President
Biden signs order to sanction threats to stability in Western Balkans
Jordi Cuixart is the 1st jailed Catalan pro-independence leader to take his case to ECHR
Bolivia’s ‘People of the Water’ try to survive loss of lake
Wrongly jailed postmaster ‘wasn’t allowed’ to send Welsh language letters from prison
Bankruptcy Casts Shadow Over Cambodian Oil Extraction Ceremony
EU considers sending delegation to Hong Kong after electoral law reform
US drops Trump order targeting China’s TikTok and WeChat
Hungarian Policy Toward China Might Be Facing a Seismic Shift
Tsikhanouskaya urges US Senate to target sources of foreign funding for Lukashenka regime
Uncertainty in Post-COVID Recovery in Central Asia
Justice Delayed For Jailed Activists, Journalists in Cambodia
Former Mongolian prime minister Khurelsukh wins presidency
Nearly 230,000 Displaced in Fighting Between Junta and Militias, Ethnic Armies Since Myanmar Coup
Beijing’s Tried-and-Tested Plan to Hollow out Hong Kong’s Legislature
China Deploys Forced Witnesses to Counter June 4-7 Uyghur Tribunal
Rojava condemns arrest of its diplomat, PYD officials at Erbil airport
Protect women accused of ‘sorcery’ and punish attackers, watchdog tells PNG
A rising Bangladesh starts to exert its regional power
‘Free HK’ sign appears atop Hong Kong’s Lion Rock, as police set to deploy for 2019 protest anniversary
America’s ‘Return’ Might Not Be Enough to Revive the West
Competition Among Transportation Corridors in South Caucasus Heating Up
Illegal logging, poaching and waste dumping endanger nature in North Macedonia
Mauritania may be changing for the better
Ingush activist Ali Khamkhoev sentenced to nine months of imprisonment in a penal colony
Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga awarded PEN Pinter Prize 2021
Myanmar Junta Drops Terrorism Charges and Releases 10 Ethnic Rakhine Figures
Bank of Estonia issuing €2 coin for Finno-Ugric peoples
Jordi Turull second jailed Catalan independence leader to take case to Europe
17-year-old boy publicly executed in Ethiopia’s Oromia region
Is Kazakhstan Losing Its Most Talented Youth to Russia?
Moscow’s effort to isolate Finno-Ugric peoples in Russia from Finno-Ugric world proves less than successful
Was Taiwan Ever Really a Part of China?
SWIFT, Potash and Oil off: European Parliament Adopted a Resolution on Belarus
U.N. ramps up response amid report of 350,000 at risk of famine in Tigray
South Africa expels Lesotho diplomats over sale of illicit alcohol
Orban Pledges Referendum On Controversial Chinese University Project In Budapest
Why do Belarusian inmates cut veins and swallow spoons?
Lawyers urge ICC to probe alleged crimes against Uyghurs
Macron to reduce French military troops in Africa’s Sahel
C. African Republic PM resigns in latest blow to government
In migration lull, Greece bolsters Turkey border fence
Lisbon mayor apologises over exposure of pro-Navalny activists to Moscow
Hundreds of Families Forced to Move for Lao Coal Plant Expansion
Czech Senate passes resolution calling for diplomatic boycott of 2022 Winter Olympics in China
5G and the Contested China-India Border
PKK says Erdogan proposed a ceasefire deal
Ortega’s Indoctrination in Nicaragua’s Schools & Towns
That was then but this is now: Assessing the new Atlantic Charter
‘A huge relief’: Hong Kong’s LGBT+ community hails court ruling granting parental rights for same-sex partners
Greenland and Faroe Islands Get More Active and Prominent Roles in the Arctic Council
Terror sweeps Senegal’s gay community after a series of assaults
Lawmakers want Biden to take tougher action on Nicaragua
To Prevent Violent Extremism in Tajikistan, Promote Religious Freedom
People can’t stop laughing at Unionist’s plan to scrap Scotland’s football team
Plans for movie on New Zealand mosque attacks draw criticism
China, Russia Military Budgets Combined Exceed US Spending
Maori Connection to Antarctic May Predate European ‘Discovery’
Senegalese monks seek God through kora music
Dreams of Hazara children snuffed out in attack on school
For Cornwall, G-7 Summit Brings Mix of Disruption and Hope
U.S. sanctions smuggling network aiding Houthi rebels
Illusion institution: A Croatian museum goes global
At El Salvador’s Bitcoin Beach, a glimpse of crypto economy
UN General Assembly Confirms 5 Countries to Security Council
Benjamin Netanyahu out, Naftali Bennett to become Israeli prime minister
Barkhane forces in Sahel “neutralize” AQMI executive Baye Ag Bakabo
Israeli fire kills Palestinian teen in West Bank protest
NATO Summit Comes at ‘Pivotal Moment’ for Alliance
Hungary’s Fidesz Seeks Ban With Echoes Of Russia’s ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law
Three Belarusian-speaking professors forced to quit jobs at Mahiliou university
Afghan Hazaras being killed at school, play, even at birth
A fully-vaccinated cruise set sail in the Caribbean. Two passengers just tested positive for coronavirus.
Rivers On Fire: Russia’s Oil Industry Threatens Indigenous Land And Livelihoods
Canada’s Victoria cancels national day celebration after discovery of unmarked burial site
In Tigray, food is often a weapon of war as famine looms
Long queues at Beirut petrol stations amid fuel crisis
Chechen Woman Abducted By Police In Daghestan May Face ‘Honor Killing’
UN official accuses Eritrean forces of deliberately starving Tigray
Tsikhanouskaya meets with European godparents of Belarusian political prisoners
Ukraine’s Soccer Association Approves Slogans On Jerseys Banned By UEFA
SNP write to BBC Scotland head amid fears of London ‘takeover’
‘Xi Jinping is my spiritual leader’: China’s education drive in Tibet
Witch Hunt and Abductions Continue in Nicaragua
Cuba’s Silent Heroines
A hidden key to the G7’s infrastructure ambitions: Blue Dot Network
Isle of Man holds first Pride event, celebrating LGBTQ+ diversity
Shootout between Kashmir rebels, Indian police kills 4
Israeli guard shoots dead a knife-wielding Palestinian woman
Laotians Still Affected by Wartime Use of Agent Orange
G7 rivals China with grand infrastructure plan
Barça Femení’s historic treble, breaking records on the pitch and stereotypes off it
Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’
Oxfam axe volunteers in bitter fallout over alleged anti-Welsh language tirade
Soviet Origins of Xi’s Xinjiang Policy
Hong Kong democracy activist Agnes Chow released from jail
Look for an Increasingly Active Canada in the South China Sea
Azerbaijan Says 15 Armenian Military Prisoners Swapped For Land-Mine Map
Konfrontasi in the Skies
Popular News Outlet Took On Lukashenko; Belarus Responded with Arrests, Raids and a Shutdown
Four dead in Turkish airstrike in Sulaimani
Nine reasons why Jakarta has branded Papuan armed rebels as ‘terrorists’
High profile lawyer faces fresh fraud, money laundering charges in PNG
NFP leader Prasad warns against Fiji ‘catastrophe’ by stubborn government
Balochistan: Four Pakistani Frontier Corps personnel killed in an IED attack
Moldova Commemorates 80 Years Since Soviet Deportations
Albania, US Sign Agreement on 5G Network
Two ‘Adivasi’ protests in June ignored by media but show growing resistance
Biden’s Western Sahara policy remains under review
Guinea-Bissau’s cashew farmers survive tough times
Relatives of Guatemala disappeared hope for justice
In scary scene at Euro 2020, Eriksen collapses on the field
G7 chides China on rights, demands COVID origins investigation
Britain calls EU view of N Ireland offensive in Brexit spat
Deep In Siberia, ‘Sakhawood’ Is Putting The Global Film Industry On Alert
Nicaragua arrests five opposition leaders
Concerns grow that China could try to invade Taiwan in the next few years
Djokovic Wins French Open, Clinching 19th Grand Slam
Denmark, Germany mark centennial of Danish reunification
Clashes in Tunis as police try to break up protest
Knesset approves new coalition in Israel, ending Netanyahu’s long rule
World celebrates 7th International Albinism Awareness Day
Protesters rally in Madrid against pardons for Catalan pro-independence prisoners
‘Erasing Welsh nationhood’: Boris Johnson criticised over ‘one country’ push at G7 summit
Tsikhanouskaya speaks at Wachau European Forum and meets with Belarusian diaspora in Berlin
Scotland’s Euros return will have a profound cultural impact on our country
Turkey-PKK clash near village in northern Duhok
Auckland is the world’s ‘most liveable city’? Many Māori might disagree
Will the OAS Rise to the Occasion on Nicaragua?
Calls for Justice in Guatemala After Two Trans Activists Killed
Don’t judge Hong Kong judges – at least not all the time
Belarus’s Political Crisis Reverberates in Russia and Poland
US Asks Georgia to Mediate Between Armenia and Azerbaijan
Greece is not abandoning China even though others are
Serbia, Kosovo restart EU-brokered talks, remain far apart
Dayton Peace Agreement included in NATO Declaration mentioning Bosnia and Herzegovina
NATO and Luxembourg boost Alliance Space Situational Awareness
YouTuber Chiragh Baloch Uses His Platform to Celebrate Balochistan
Cambodia evicts floating homes despite villagers’ protests
Russian mercenaries accused of atrocities in the Central African Republic
Suriname bondholders trigger “termination” clause
Belize bondholders vote to extend payment grace period
Uyghur Billionaire Jailed For 20 Years Over Charitable Donations
Biden: Ukraine must clean up corruption to be admitted to NATO
BBC presenter ribs Prime Minister for failure to remember that Wales is at Euros
New Zealand apologizes for 1970s raids on Pacific people
Dragon Boat Festival and Chinese Nation-Building in Xinjiang
Some US allies near Russia are wary of Biden-Putin summit
Mali: New prime minister sets priorities towards civilian rule in 2022
Nicaragua stages unprecedented roundup of opposition leaders
Chechen Authorities Claim They ‘Saved’ Abused Woman From Rights Activists
Operator says China nuclear plant facing ‘performance issue’
Catalan electric-vehicle charger maker Wallbox to list on New York Stock Exchange
Guyana plans to rescind old law against cross-dressing
NATO Sees No Return To ‘Business As Usual’ With Russia
Costa Rica moves on massive public corruption investigation
Famine hits 350,000 in Tigray, Pope demands aid for the people
Israel OKs contentious Jerusalem march, weeks after war
Thousands Rally In Hungary Against Anti-LGBT Legislation
NATO leaders declare China a global security challenge
Baltic leaders urge world not to forget Soviet deportations
NATO approaches Qatar to seek training base for Afghan forces after withdrawal
Equatorial Guinea: Officer and solider on trial for fiery manslaughter
Catalan leader plays down potential pardons for separatists, seeks referendum
Punitive psychiatry on agenda in Belarus again
Brazil to deploy special force to protect the Yanomami from wildcat gold miners
Slave cemetery discovered on Caribbean island
Belarusians stage exhibition at Lithuania-Belarus border
Police in China’s Jilin Detain Rights Lawyer Who Probed Prison Death
G7 leaders call for new presidential elections in Belarus
Democratic Taiwan Welcomes G7 Name-Check as China Hits Out at Communique
Today Is the Birthday of Aleh Biabenin
China’s Loan Agreements with Philippines Skewed in Beijing’s Favor
130 years since birth of Yevhen Konovalets assassinated by NKVD
Kyrgyz President Japarov Visits Turkey
Benin’s world record-holding graffiti mural celebrates Dahomey Kingdom
UN Experts call out China on Forced ‘Organ Harvesting’ of Tibetans, Uyghurs and other detainees
Meet the first Cape Verdeans swimming at the Olympics
Baghdad still not decided on sending Erbil its budget share
At least 15 killed in suicide bombing at Somalia army camp
Papuans join Vanuatu in mourning death of ‘freedom’ Pastor Allen Nafuki
Burkina Faso: At least 10 jihadists killed in military crackdown
Authoritarian Waves in Latin America: Back to the Past?
Libyan weighlifter Ahmed Abu Zeriba hungry for more
Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam defends decision to censor films on national security grounds
US-led war games underway in Morocco near disputed W.Sahara
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai could face life in prison as security law trial moved to higher court
At least 12 persons dead from attacks in northern and central Nigeria
‘Secret’ Scottish independence polling to be released after SNP MP tribunal win
Central African Republic: 14 dead in herders farmers conflict
Popular Corsican beaches closed as oil pollution washes ashore
Myanmar Junta Forces Ram Protesters With Cars, Fire on Churches
Hungary’s parliament passes anti-LGBT law ahead of 2022 election
China’s New Law Lets Government Target Tech Firms Over Data
After scary incident, Denmark’s Eriksen issues message of thanks from hospital
25 years requested for former Catalan president Jordi Pujol’s eldest son
Iceland: Whales safe from harpoons for a third year
UK Government engaged in ‘a deliberate assault on Welsh devolution’
Tajikistan Accused Of Helping China In Campaign Against Uyghurs
The 2021 Brussels NATO summit: triumph or defeat for Ukraine?
Turkmenistan: Chinese debt trap unlocked
Statkevich, Tsikhanouski and Losik to stand closed trial in detention center
Mozambique: Grave Concerns for Rwandan Asylum Seeker
ICC Prosecutor Requests Investigation Into Philippines Drug War Killings
Libya’s Benghazi hosts rare ‘week of culture’
China-Backed SEZs Linked to Southeast Asia’s Illegal Wildlife Trade
‘We still live here’: Native Americans affirm their New Hampshire roots
Is Nepal Now Courting India and Ignoring China?
Inuit get a voice in first federal Indigenous languages commissioner’s office
Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force
Bhutan’s Health Minister on Navigating the Pandemic as a Small State
Critical entities targeted in suspected Chinese cyber spying
China warns NATO to stop ‘hyping up’ threat posed by Beijing
Tunisia President wants debate on new political system, constitutional amendment
Hungarian Lawmakers Vote To Donate State Land For Planned Chinese University
Former Nicaraguan president Enrique Bolanos dies at 93
Ryanair CEO says pilot had no choice but to land in Belarus
Turkish President Visits Azerbaijani-Controlled City In Nagorno-Karabakh
Hungary bans LGBTQ content for kids
Belarus’s Barysevich Wins CPJ’s Press Freedom Award
Support for Hamas surges among Palestinians

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June 15: International Uyghur Language Day

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1941 June 14: Soviet Mass Deportations from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

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1898 June 12: Day of Freedom in Philippines