Day: April 21, 2021

Clashes In West Darfur, Forces Thousands To Seek Refuge In Chad

Nearly 2,000 people in Western Darfur have fled for their lives into neighbouring Chad this week, following renewed clashes in the region. The recent eruption of violence between the Masalit and Arab communities began on April 3rd, when unknown assailants shot at a group of Masalit men, killing two and

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Toronto Police Violently Arrest Teenager Over Mistaken Identity

On March 31st, a black 17-year-old boy, whose name has been withheld due to being a minor, was wrongfully arrested by Peel region police officers in Toronto, Ontario. The officers were investigating a 21-year-old black man wanted in connection to a murder from July of 2020 and the kidnapping of

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Vjosa Osmani Appointed As Kosovo’s Second Female President

On Sunday, April 4, Vjosa Osmani was elected president by Kosovo’s MPs. This was the final decision in the process of electing governing institutions following the February 14 snap election which saw Albin Kurti’s Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party win over 50% of the votes. The Vetevendosje party went on to endorse

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Taiwan Reports Largest Incursion Yet By Chinese Air Force 

Twenty-five Chinese air force aircrafts entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone (ADIZ) on Monday, April 12th, marking the largest Chinese incursion on Taiwan to date. The latest Chinese mission involved 14 J-16 and four J-10 fighters, as well as four H-6K bombers, which can carry nuclear weapons, two anti-submarine aircraft

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Volcano Eruption Endangering St. Vincent Civilians

A volcano that has been dormant for years has harmful effects on the health and safety of residents and families in the area. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island within the Lesser Antilles, a group of islands in the Caribbean sea, and is located northeast of Barcelona. The

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