Author: Jacob Hoffman

Coup in Sudan Met With Pressure to Step Down Peacefully

After nearly a week of intense pressure, both internally and internationally, UN representatives are opening talks between the military forces of General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who seized power in a coup last Monday, and the deposed prime minister Abdulla Hamdok in hopes of finding a peaceful resumption of civilian authority.

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Tensions Rise Between Azerbaijan And Armenia, One Year After War

The Republic of Azerbaijan has sued the Republic of Armenia in the International Court of Justice to provide maps of landmines planted in the territory exchanged during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War and calls on Armenia to cease what it describes as “ethnic cleansing.” This follows several escalating accusations and lawsuits

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Three Protestors Killed In Yemen As Saudi-Backed Alliance Strains

Protesters returned violently to the streets of southern Yemeni cities like Aden and Mukalla, which are held by an unsteady alliance between the secessionist Southern Transitional Council (STC) and the Saudi-backed Hadi government. Protestors gathered to express their anger at deteriorating economic and social conditions. Caused by continuing difficulty accessing

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