Monday, June 5, 2023


Ukrainian President to visit Japan for G7 to pressure Russia

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, will go to the Group of Seven meeting in Japan in person. This is because the club of wealthy democracies wants to put more pressure on Russia to stop fighting in Ukraine. Zelenskyy's presence...

Sudan’s Path to Peace: Al-Burhan Stresses Truce as Essential Prerequisite to Negotiations

Sudan's military ruler, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, has stated that discussions with the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Saudi Arabia will be futile unless a truce is reached. Al-Burhan's comments come as opposing factions meet in Jeddah to try...

Returning home is not an option for Syrians stranded in Sudan

Syrians who lived in Sudan thought that the sounds of bombs, rockets, and gunfire were coming from behind them.

A competition for kids to hunt feral cats in New Zealand cancelled after wide outcry

A competition for kids to hunt cats in New Zealand has been stopped after people complained about it.

Tunisia footballer sets himself on fire

A professional footballer in Tunisia has died after setting himself on fire to protest "police injustice" earlier this week, according to his family. Nizar Issaoui, a 35-year-old football player from Tunisia, got third-degree burns and was taken to a burns...

More than 100 feared dead in Myanmar Military Airstrike

The Myanmar military airstrike on Tuesday, which was one of the deadliest so far in the civil war, is thought to have killed more than 100 people. The BBC was told by survivors that they have found at least 80...

Saudi Arabia releases 13 Houthis as Oman tries to broker new truce

A spokeswoman for the Yemeni rebel group Houthi said that Saudi Arabia released more than a dozen Houthi prisoners ahead of a larger prisoner release that both sides agreed to. Omani officials arrived in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, on...

Pakistan calls Braverman’s remarks about British Pakistani men discriminatory

Pakistan's foreign office called British Home Secretary Suella Braverman's remarks "discriminatory and xenophobic" about Pakistani men.

US, UK, Japan, Australia criticises dissolution of Myanmar’s NLD

Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States are worried about the Myanmar military's decision to dissolve the country's former ruling party. They say that the move could make the already violent country even more unstable. On Tuesday, the...

UK airstrikes on IS suspected of killing 26 civilians says a charity

A study by a charity shows that UK airstrikes in Iraq and Syria may have killed at least 26 civilians.Action on Armed Violence says it has found evidence.
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Five accused of brutally murdering UN Peacekeeper in Lebanon

Five individuals have been officially charged by a military court in Lebanon with murdering an Irish UN peacekeeper in...
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