Day: September 7, 2022

ECOWAS Revokes Economic Sanctions Against Mali

After the Malian military regime agreed that it would hold elections in 2024, reversing a previous decision to postpone elections until 2026, the Authority of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of West African States, also known as ECOWAS, has lifted economic sanctions placed against Mali in

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Chad Signs Peace Agreement With Rebel Groups In Doha

Chad’s transitional military government has signed a peace deal with more than 40 rebel and opposition groups — an encouraging advancement toward peace and national reconciliation. If successfully implemented, this accord will set the stage for an unprecedented degree of stability that has eluded the nation since its independence from

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Russian Forces Hold Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant In “Nuclear Terror”

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has called for the demilitarization of the areas surrounding the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant following shelling on the plant site, in what Ukraine President Zelenskyy called “Nuclear Terror.” Russia, which has controlled the plant since the outbreak of the war in March, has opposed

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