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Tigray Police Clash with Student Protestors

A protest led by students of Mekelle University in Mekelle, Ethiopia, turned violent after police forcibly dispersed crowds of students, detaining several people, including a journalist who was covering the protests. Mekelle is the capital city of Tigray, a region in northern Ethiopia. What Happened A group of approximately 250 students...

African Union to Host ‘Strategic Review’ of Pretoria Agreement

Two Years On Following the signature of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement, or the Pretoria Agreement in 2022, the War in Tigray came to an end. The Pretoria Agreement, established by the African Union (AU), carried with it a number of different provisions aimed at creating a lasting peace between...

Starvation in Tigray: A Dive into Ethiopia’s Forgotten North

 Introduction There are many regions of the world that have fallen out of the mainstream spotlight. Areas in which there is no shortage of human suffering, however, they remain hidden from the eyes of the world. Sadly, this problem has only increased with the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the...

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Bosnia’s Confessionalism and Divisions: Explanation and Analysis

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Mexico Releases Footage of Arrest of Former Ecuadorian VP

Mexico's Foreign Ministry released footage of the arrest of...
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