Day: November 21, 2022

Governance For Peace: M23 Rebels Continue Advance On Goma

Reporting for Reuters, Djaffar Sabiti and Justin Makangara write that M23 rebels are fighting about 12 miles north of the Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C.) city of Goma causing hundreds of people to flee south. A spokesperson for the North Kivu army is reported to have said they were “containing”

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Protesters Sentenced To Death In Iran

The protests that erupted after the brutal death of Mahsa Amini on 16 September 2022, who died while in the custody of Iranian “morality” police, have now resulted in Iranian authorities turning to the death penalty in an attempt to quash calls for change. Since 13 November, the Islamic Revolutionary

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Russia-Ukraine War Spillover Into NATO Territory

A missile strike killed two people in the Polish village of Przewodow, about six kilometres north of the Ukrainian border. The explosion occurred on November 15, however a conclusion has not been made yet on who fired the missile. The New York Times indicated that the weapon was most likely

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The Civilianization Of Myanmar’s Civil War

More than 200 Rohingya Muslims landed in Indonesia’s Aceh Province on Tuesday, local authorities told Reuters. They are the latest group of refugees to flee the violence and instability plaguing Myanmar. Targeted campaigns of violence against the Rohingya minority and intense fighting between Myanmar’s military junta and separatist groups in

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