Day: June 20, 2021

Mali’s M5 Opposition Gets Another Chance In The Spotlight

After a flurry of action in May — a cabinet reshuffle, the second coup d’etat in nine months, and the suspension of Mali from the AU and ECOWAS, it now seems that things may be settling down. With Mali collecting itself, it now looks that the main opposition group (M5)

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Lebanon Faces Economic Collapse As Financial Crisis Worsens

Lebanon’s financial crisis might be one of the world’s worst economic crises in 150 years, according to a recent report by the World Bank. The crisis, which began in 2019, was exacerbated by the pandemic and last summer’s Port of Beirut explosion. Ongoing economic woes are accompanied by social instability

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UK And Spain Agree To Strengthen Ties

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez have agreed to continue strengthening ties between their two countries during this year’s North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit in Brussels. A press release from the British Prime Minister’s office stated that Johnson and Sánchez “discussed their shared commitment

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