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Bosnia’s Confessionalism and Divisions: Explanation and Analysis

Bosnia and Herzegovina, often referred to simply as Bosnia, is nestled in the heart of the Balkans, marked by centuries of coexistence and conflict among various ethnic and religious groups, including Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats. This article aims to provide an insight into Bosnia's multifaceted identity, political system, and contemporary...

Somalia Stands Firm on Ethiopia Port Deal

Somalia has stated that they "will never accept" the establishment of an Ethiopian naval base in the breakaway region of Somaliland, in connection to a deal signed between Ethiopia and Somaliland on January 1st which sought to lease some of Somaliland's ports to Ethiopia. The Somali statement also comes...

EU Parliament Approves Asylum Reform

The European Union approved a reform targeting the union's policies relating to the approval and deportation of those seeking asylum within member states on Wednesday. A Long Sought Reform: Reforms targeting the EU's asylum policies have been heavily debated within the EU for nearly eight years since initial reforms were proposed,...

UK Temporarily Returns Ghana Crown Jewels

Two UK museums have returned a number of different Asante royal artifacts to Ghana, in a deal with the traditional leader of the Asante people. Included in the return are some of the Ashanti Empire's crown jewels. The return marks the first time in 150 years that these artefacts...

Alternative for Germany Fights Classification as Extremist Group

Germany's Alternative for Germany (AfD) political party, which has been considered "far right" by a number of political opponents and activists, continues to fight against the designation that the party is a right-wing extremist organization. Claims of Extremism: The classification originated in 2021, when the German Federal Office for the Protection...

Opposition Party Wins Majority in South Korea’s Legislative Elections

The National Election Commission (NEC) announced the election results of the April 11th legislative elections, with the Democratic Party (DP) winning a majority of the seats contested in South Korea’s National Assembly. The People’s Power Party (PPP) lost several seats during the election, only gaining 90 seats. The DP’s...

Week's Recap

Clashes Across Two Days on Armenia-Azerbaijan Border

Further Reports There has been a significant uptick in reports...

Clashes Continue Between Colombian Authorities and the FARC

Clashes between Colombian authorities and the Revolutionary Armed Forces...

Three Tanzanian Soldiers Killed by Mortar Fire in the DRC

What You Need to Know: A statement released by the...

UK Temporarily Returns Ghana Crown Jewels

Two UK museums have returned a number of different...
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