Daily Archives: October 10, 2017

The Turkish-backed Operation In Syria’s Idlib

On October 7, the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced that his country was carrying out an anti-terror operation in Syria’s Idlib. He explained this with such affirming words: “We won’t allow a terror corridor along our Syrian border.” In his perspective, the operation had the attempts to offer safety […]

Pleas For Humanitarian Aid As Atrocities Carried Out In The Central African Republic

On Friday, October 6th, Najat Rochdi, the coordinator for humanitarian affairs in the Central African Republic (CAR), pled for further investment into the nation to alleviate its critical state. At the meeting, held in Cameroon by the United Nations (UN) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Rochdi asked for funding to […]

The U.S. Permanently Lifts Sanctions on Sudan

The Sudanese people awoke Friday morning to find out that the Trump Administration had lifted the 20-year trade embargo against their country. As stated in a previous article, President Trump Delays Decision to Permanently Lift Sanctions On the Sudan, the current administration announced in early July that it would delay […]

Kurdish Referendum Could Hurt Efforts To Help Country’s Displaced

Aid agencies in Iraq are concerned that escalating tensions surrounding the controversial Kurdish independence referendum could jeopardize efforts to help the country’s displaced population. Baghdad is furious at the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) for going ahead with last week’s vote in which an overwhelming majority of Kurds voted in favour […]