Author: Eva Wetzel

Potential For Solutions: Kosovo And Serbia Agree “In Principle”

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti met to discuss proposals on improving relations and ending the ongoing political crises between the two countries. More specifically, the talks focused on how to implement an EU-endorsed plan to bring peace to the region. The proposals have been backed

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Terrorist Attack Leaves At Least 25 Dead In Burkina Faso

Another terrorist attack occurred in the northern province of Seno in Burkina Faso, resulting in 22 civilian and three police deaths. Lieutenant Colonel Rodolphe Sorgho, the governor of the Sahel Region, stated in a statement from India News that “armed terrorist groups carried out a violent attack on Saturday afternoon

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Pacific Island Nations Demonstrate Respect In Face of Adversity

Kiribati intends to rejoin the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) after a formal apology from the new Fijian Prime Minister – who is also the Chair of the Pacific Islands forum – Sitiveni Rabuka. During his recent visit, Rabuka performed a traditional practice of ‘boka,’ a ceremony that seeks forgiveness and

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“Total Peace” Still Far Away: Can Petro’s Plan Really Save Colombia?

The Colombian government has started further peace negotiations with the National Liberation Army (E.L.N.) as part of the Total Peace Plan enacted by President Gustavo Petro, the country’s first leftist leader. The Plan seeks to negotiate peace or plea bargains with several criminal groups, including the E.L.N., through diplomacy. Despite

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