2016 09 19 Monday

St. Kitts and Nevis celebrate Independence Day
Congratulatory Messages Pour In For St. Kitts and Nevis Independence

Neil McEvoy on Owain Glyndwr 
Owain Glyndŵr (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈoʊain ɡlɨ̞nˈduːr]; c. 1359 – c. 1415), or Owain Glyn Dŵr, was a Welsh ruler and the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales (Tywysog Cymru). He instigated a fierce and long-running but ultimately unsuccessful revolt against the English rule of Wales (Wikipedia).

18 09 2014: D-DAY: European nations are looking to Edinburgh, place of freedom and democracy today!!! #Voteyes #indyref #goScotland

LGBT Activists March with Politicians for Belgrade Pride

Kurdish Voice دەنگی کورد: Erdogan’s ambitions versus reality


Report: Swedish NATO membership will deter Russia in the Baltics

Brexit Revives Debate Over Prospects for Irish Reunification
1 Million Voices for Irish Unity
Raise Your Voice for Irish Unity

VIDEO: Israelis Chant “N*ggers Go Home” Carrying ISIS-Style Flags At Anti-African Rally

NATO’s Baltic Deterrent Force to Be in Place by May 2017

The case for Scottish independence remains, Sturgeon says


Rally cry to reboot the Yes campaign as thousands gather on Glasgow Green

Thousands attend to hear of diversity, power and vision of Yes

How Much Has Crime Really Cost Jamaica?

Akıncı: No Cyprus deal if no rotating presidency

World Economic Freedom 2016 – Mauritius First in Africa

Central African Republic: Seleka, Anti-Balaka Fighters Clash

Somalia: Al-Shabaab Steps Up Attacks in Run Up to the Somalia Elections

Botswana: Fishermen, Law Enforcers Stand-Off At Lake Ngami

Swaziland: Court – Terror Act Unconstitutional

17-year-old is first minor to be granted euthanasia in Belgium

Former Catalan Minister Homs facing trial “for listening to people’s demands”

Catalonia aims to host the largest higher education meeting in Europe in 2020

In Hungary’s migrant vote, only the turnout is in doubt

Slovenian Aleksander Ceferin elected as the new UEFA President

Being a Kurdish-Turkish mistake

Kurdistan closest ever to independence

Iranian Kurds see no change in Iran, opt for armed struggle

Sweden has info on heightened threat from Russia-paper

China Sends Grave Warnings Against EU For Hosting Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama Is a Hot Potato Once Again

Kerala State BJP leader urges China to halt cultural genocide in Tibet

Prominent Tibetan Writer Drubpa Kyab Released from Chinese Prison

A capital mistake? The big ruckus over a small Czech publisher’s map of Israel

Today, September 19, 2016, all across West Papua. People of West Papua call for our political right of self-determination.

Today 68 people were arrested in Merauke, West Papua for peacefully demonstrating for an Independence referendum

Fate of American Citizen Unknown After Four Years in Eritrean Prison

Why Do So Many Eritreans Risk Their Lives Fleeing the Country?

25 Years Ago Belarusian National Symbols Turned To Be The State Ones

Belarusian National Congress: We Must Force Regime To Hold Free Elections

Indigenous People of Biafra: Leader, Nnamdi Kanu, is critically ill in Kuje prison

Azerbaijan allows Euronews film crew to visit its occupied territories, Nagorno-Karabakh

Crimean Tatars boycott Russia’s illegitimate elections in occupied Crimea

Open Call to Democratic Parliaments: Stop cooperating with Russian State Duma following illegal elections in Crimea

Separatists of the world unite in Moscow while Russia steps up repression of Crimean Tatars

Russia determined to expand influence over former Soviet colonies

Ukraine, 25 Years from Now

Look Closely At Their Faces: the only and unconditional guarantors of security and territorial integrity of Ukraine

Aboriginal man walking from Perth to Canberra to see the PM to raise awareness of Aboriginal rights

Bosnia court blocks Serb Republic national holiday

Icelandic Women Will Go to EURO 2017

Philippine Military Says Abu Sayyaf Terror Gang Frees Norwegian Hostage

Israel Suffers Four Attacks in 24 Hours

Teacher lowers grade for Native American students who sat during Pledge of Allegiance