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UN decries Myanmar 'catastrophe' as Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial loomstheguardian11 June 2021 (LINK)

UN expert urges Turkey: Stop mis-using the law to detain human rights defendersohchr9 June 2021 (LINK)

Red Cross to provide emergency support to hundreds of thousands in Myanmaraljazeera8 June 2021 (LINK)

The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest Avoid U.S. Income Taxpropublica (26 min)8 June 2021 (LINK)

The 25 richest paid 3.4% federal income tax, compared to an 14% average for U.S. taxpayers.

The onslaught on democracy — and how to fight it, using Myanmar as an examplemoderndiplomacy.eu5 June 2021 (LINK)

"Over the past decade, the number of liberal democracies has shrunk from 41 to 32. Today, 34 percent of the global population lives in 25 countries moving in the direction of autocracy. By contrast, only 16 countries are undergoing a process of democratization, representing just 4 percent of the global population"

The Belarus seizure backgroundheathercoxrichardson24 May 2021 (LINK)

US imposes Ethiopia, Eritrea restrictions over Tigray crisisaljazeera24 May 2021 (LINK)

Myanmar's Suu Kyi makes first in-person court appearanceapnews24 May 2021 (LINK)

Chad military claims victory over rebels in the northreuters / nationalpost9 May 2021 (LINK)

Somalia: Parliament reverses presidential term extentiondw1 May 2021 (LINK)

Kyrgyzstan says 31 killed in clashes at Tajikistan border aljazeera30 April 2021 (LINK)

Parts of Caribbean island of St. Vincent unrecognizable after volcano erupts — cnn — 24 April 2021

Trump supporters could be incited to future violence by his continued promotion of 2020 election lies, DOJ and judges say — cnn — 24 April 2021

130 Europe-bound migrants feared dead off Libyan coast — apnews — 23 April 2021

UN Security Council calls upon Polisario to respect agreement and avoid any provocations in Western Sahara — aawsat — 23 April 2021

The UN Security Council concluded its semi-annual closed consultations on Western Sahara, without issuing a statement. The meeting came amid tensions due to the Polisario’s breaching of the ceasefire agreement it had signed with Morocco under UN auspices in 1991, and its impediment to the freedom of movement of the MINURSO.

Russian troops start pulling back from Ukrainian border — pbs — 23 April 2021

Imprisoned Putin foe Navalny to end his hunger strike — apnews — 23 April 2021

Announced after getting medical attention and being warned by his doctors that continuing would put his life at risk.

Millions face hunger as Myanmar crisis worsens, United Nations says — reuters — 22 April 2021

WFP: Malnutrition rising in Mozambique amid extremist insurgency — apnews — 22 April 2021

Myanmar Celebrities Are Being Targeted by the Military — vice — 16 April 2021

Data about the Capitol rioters serves another blow to the White, working-class Trump-supporter narrative — washingtonpost — 12 April 2021

Jordan crisis: Detained former crown prince pledges loyalty to the king — axios — 6 April 2021

Mozambique army says ‘significant’ number of militants killed in Palma battle — afp/24matins — 5 April 2021

Kosovo gets new president, its second female leader — apnews — 5 April 2021

NATO condemns Russian military build-up as Moscow warns escalation could 'destroy' Ukraine — newswires/france24 — 2 April 2021

Aung San Suu Kyi and Australian adviser accused of breaking secrets law — theguardian — 1 April 2021

Myanmar’s government shuts down internet indefinitely in response to protests — theverge — 1 April 2021

Russian mercenaries in Wagner Group behind human rights abuses in CAR, say UN experts — source — 30 March 2021

U.S. 'horrified' by Myanmar violence, U.S. Secretary of State Blinken says after bloodiest day since military coup — nbcnews — 28 March 2021

Ex-top aide to former Maltese PM charged with corruption — apnews — 21 March 2021

Filipino troops capture rebel commander, rescue last hostage — ground.news — 21 March 2021

HUD: Growth Of U.S: Homelessness During 2020 Was 'Devastating', Even Before The Pandemic — npr — 18 March 2021

U.N. Rights Chief Agrees to Ethiopia Request for Joint Tigray Inquiry — reuters/usnews — 17 March 2021

After Ten Years of War, Conflict Still Paralyses Syria — crisisgroup — 15 March 2021

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's lawyer 'hopeful' she will be acquitted — theguardian — 14 March 2021

At least 39 reported killed in Myanmar as Chinese factories burn — reuters — 14 March 2021

US grants Myanmar nationals deportation protections — dw — 13 March 2021

200 opposition activists detained at democratic forum in Moscow. Russian authorities says they were breaking Covid-19 protocol — cnn — 13 March 2021

Myanmar's military accuses Suu Kyi of taking illegal payment and gold — bbc — 11 March 2021

Samuel Paty: French schoolgirl admits lying about murdered teacher — bbc — 10 March 2021

UN calls for reversal of Myanmar coup and condemns violence — apnews — 10 March 2021

Myanmar protesters defy curfew as government curbs media coverage — pbs — 8 March 2021

A Body Language Expert Analyzes Meghan and Harry's Interview with Oprah — marieclaire — 8 March 2021

"She’s trying to suppress the memories of that horrible time. When she cried, they were real tears."

At least 10 dead in bombing at restaurant in Somali capital — apnews — 5 March 2021

Lebanese banks witness mass layoff — canindia — 5 March 2021

Capitol Police Uncover 'Possible Plot' Against Congress by Far-Right Militia —ap/ time — 4 March 2021

EU, US impose sanctions on Russia over Alexei Navalny poisoning — dw — 2 March 2021

UN: At least 18 killed by Myanmar forces in several cities — apnews — 1 March 2021

Overshadowed by war, aid groups in the Sahel soldier on neglected by peace negotiators — 24matins — 14 February 2021

Kosovo votes in election that could complicate dialogue with Serbia — reuters/straitstimes — 14 February 2021

Russia moves to extinguish pro-Navalny ‘flashlight’ protests — apnews — 14 February 2021

Myanmar anti-coup protesters keep pressure on junta — apnews — 14 February 2021

UK economy suffers biggest drop since 1709 — apnews — 12 February 2021

The dangerous work of archaeologists in conflict zones — dw — 11 February 2021

Pacific Islands Forum in crisis as one-third of member nations (Micronesia) quit over controversial election of Secretary-General — theguardian — 8 February 2021

Libya forum elects new transitional government — genevasolutions — 8 February 2021

Haiti’s president alleges coup conspiracy, says 20 arrested — apnews — 8 February 2021

UN chief: UN will seek to unite world, reverse Myanmar coup — apnews — 6 February 2021

Libya rivals choose interim leaders at UN-backed talks in Geneva — africanews — 5 February 2021

Myanmar coup: UN Security Council backs return of democracy and urges release of detainees — euronews — 5 February 2021

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny to spend years in prison — dw — 2 February 2021

Myanmar’s military says elections will be held after year-long state of emergency: Aung San Suu Kyi detained, US and Britain condemn detentions — scmp — 1 February 2021

UN panel: Yemen’s war being fueled by economic profiteering — apnews — 27 January 2021

Feds seize 5 pipe bombs + 47 guns from California man accused of threatening to blow up offices of Democratic party, Twitter, Governor Gavin Newsom — boingboing — 27 January 2021

Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was an FBI informant — theguardian — 27 January 2021

Sikkim: Chinese and Indian troops 'in new border clash' — bbc — 26 January 2021

3,000 arrested as Russia cracks down on Navalny Russian protests — reuters/vox — 24 January 2021

Mastercard to raise fees by at least 400% for EU firms selling to UK customers — theguardian — 25 January 2021

Uganda: Bobi Wine files arbitrary detention complaint at UN — aljazeera — 21 January 2021

North Korea Raises Human Rights Concerns at U.N. — newsweek — 21 January 2021

Brexit has driven 2,500 finance jobs and €170bn to France, says bank governor — afp/theguardian — 20 January 2021

IMF Urges Governments To Spend As Much Money As They Can To Support Sputtering Economies — dailyhodl — 18 January 2021

Alexei Navalny arrest: Return to Russia seen as 'brave step' — dw — 17 January 2021

Ugandan President Museveni wins sixth term as vote rigging alleged — france24 — 16 January 2021

Uganda opposition leader Bobi Wine says military enters home — ap/chicago.suntimes — 15 January 2021

Dutch government resigns after childcare benefits scandal — cnbc — 15 January 2021

Estonia’s PM resigns over corruption scandal in his party 13 January 2021

Nagorno-Karabakh: Putin hosts talks between Azerbaijan, Armenia leaders — france24 — 12 January 2021

EU no longer recognises Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's interim president — euronews — 7 January 2021

Amazon Rainforest Will Collapse by 2064, New Study Predicts — ecowatch — 7 January 2021

Protesters in Nepal decry dissolution of parliament — dw — 31 December 2020

India's Assam state bans all Islamic schools — reuters/theguardian — 31 December 2020

Boris Johnson's father seeks French citizenship — apnews — 31 December 2020

Three Labour frontbenchers quit after defying Keir Starmer on Brexit deal — theguardian — 30 December 2020

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Russia gives Kremlin critic Navalny an ultimatum: Return immediately or face jail — reuters/nbcnews — 29 December 2020

Pope formally strips Vatican secretariat of state of assets — apnews — 28 December 2020

EU member states unanimously approve post-Brexit trade deal — axios — 28 December 2020

Saudi Activist Loujain Al-Hathloul Jailed For 5 Years, 8 Months — afp/barrons — 28 December 2020

Uganda: Bobi Wine says bodyguard killed in violence ahead of poll — aljazeera — 27 December 2020

Syrian refugee camp burned to ground in northern Lebanon — dw — 27 December 2020

Several soldiers killed by gunmen in southwestern Pakistan — aljazeera — 27 December 2020

Top associate of Russia’s Navalny released from detention after trespassing charges — apnews — 27 December 2020

Bangladesh 'set to move' new group of Rohingya to remote island — aljazeera — 27 December 2020

Opposed to Brexit, I’ve seen nothing to change my mind — theguardian — 27 December 2020

India arrests 75 in Kashmir after local elections — aljazeera — 26 December 2020

Nigeria school abductions sparked by cattle feuds, not extremism, officials say — reuters — 24 December 2020

EU censures France over England port chaos — dw — 24 December 2020

More than 100 killed in latest ethnic massacre in Ethiopia — euronews — 23 December 2020

World could lose coral reefs within this century, UN environment report warns — devdiscourse — 22 December 2020

Rebels seize Central African Republic’s fourth-largest city five days before nationwide elections — newswires/france24 — 22 December 2020

Israel calls fourth election in two years after parliament dissolves over budget — dw — 22 December 2020

Turkey sentences Kurdish 'peace' politician to 22 years in prison — bbc — 22 December 2020

Honduras' hurricane losses total $1.9 billion, far below government estimate, U.N. says — reuters/nbcnews — 21 December 2020

Charlie Hebdo: four men charged over Paris knife attack — theguardian — 20 December 2020

'Big win for democracy': Bosnian city of Mostar gets a vote — apnews — 20 December 2020

Zimbabwe is hemorrhaging gold. Can a key reform curb smuggling? — aljazeera — 18 December 2020

Researchers Warn of Looming Oil Spill Four Times Larger Than Exxon Valdez if Urgent Action Not Taken — ecowatch — 17 December 2020

What next for conflict-hit Burkina Faso after Kabore re-election? — aljazeera — 16 December 2020

Two men beheaded in videos from Nagorno-Karabakh war identified — theguardian — 15 December 2020

U.N. chief proposes new envoys to mediate Libya, Mideast — reuters — 14 December 2020

Hundreds of high school students kidnapped in Nigeria, gang in firefight with military — reuters/nbcnews — 13 December 2020

Armenians, Azerbaijan trade blame over breach of peace deal — apnews — 12 December 2020

Survivors recount horrific details of Mai Kadra massacre — aljazeera — 12 December 2020

Shadowy Ethiopian massacre could be ‘tip of the iceberg’ — pbs — 12 December 2020

Dozens arrested at new Paris protest against security law — france24 — 12 December 2020

'Overwhelming' reports of killings of Eritreans in Tigray: UN — source — 12 December 2020

ICC prosecutor pushes for full investigation into Ukraine war crimes — dw — 12 December 2020

'Overwhelming' reports of killings of Eritreans in Tigray: UN — source — 12 December 2020

No deal on Brexit trade 'very very likely', British PM Johnson says — reuters — 11 December 2020

Hezbollah member sentenced to life in Hariri assassination — apnews — 11 December 2020

Israel-Morocco Recognition Deal Follows History of Cooperation on Arms and Spying — nytimes — 10 December 2020

Ethiopia admits shooting at UN team in Tigray "defying checkpoints" — africanews — 9 December 2020

UK and EU 'on a knife edge' as trade talks near year-end deadline — aljazeera — 7 December 2020

DR Congo President Tshisekedi says he plans new coalition or new elections — africanews — 7 December 2020

Iran now says nuclear scientist killed by satellite-controlled machine gun — france24 — 6 December 2020

Indian farmers vow to intensify protests after talks fail again — aljazeera — 5 December 2020

Move to relocate Rohingya refugees to remote island criticised by human rights groups — euronews — 4 December 2020

New migrant center on Lesvos to accommodate 5,000, Yannis Palaiologos — ekathimerini — 4 December 2020

World Bank lends Morocco $400 million to support welfare plans — reuters — 4 December 2020

Britain to press ahead with Brexit treaty-breaking laws next week — reuters — 3 December 2020

Azerbaijan says 2,783 troops killed over Nagorno-Karabakh conflict — ap/pbs — 3 December 2020

UN, Ethiopia sign deal for humanitarian access to Tigray — AP/ctvnews — 2 December 2020

France hosts aid meeting in effort to break Lebanon's political gridlock — france24 — 2 December 2020

Iran’s president rejects bill that would boost uranium enrichment — apnews — 2 December 2020

French parliament drops draft law curtailing right to film police — france24 — 30 November 2020

Moldova's new president calls for Russian troops to withdraw from territory — bbc — 30 November 2020

Serbia reverses decision to expel Montenegro ambassador: a new, pro-Serb government is taking charge in Montenegro — dw — 30 November 2020

At least 110 civilians killed in ‘gruesome’ Nigeria massacre — aljazeera — 29 November 2020

Thousands protest French law restricting rights to film, photograph police — upi — 28 November 2020

Ethiopian army takes ‘full control’ of Tigray capital, Abiy says — aljazeera — 28 November 2020

UN says Sudan needs $150m to help Ethiopian refugees — aljazeera — 28 November 2020

Thai protesters flood street with rubber ducks in 'coup prevention' drill — theguardian — 28 November 2020

The Fall of African Football's Most Powerful Man — vice — 27 November 2020

Belarus dictator Lukashenko says he'll leave post after new constitution — axios — 26 November 2020

Ethiopian PM says troops ordered to move on Tigray capital — apnews — 26 November 2020

UN warns of 'very critical' shortages in Ethiopia’s Tigray region — aljazeera — 26 November 2020

Azerbaijan president vows to revive Kalbajar region, ceded by Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh truce — AP/theglobeandmail — 25 November 2020

Ethiopian PM rebuffs mediation attempts as Tigray deadline nears — theguardian — 25 November 2020

Thai protesters push on despite charges of royal defamation — apnews — 25 November 2020

Catchup: The great unravelling? Exploring the accelerating convergence of environmental, economic, and socio-political stresses our nations and communities — postcarbon — 28 October 2020

Tigray force: Ethiopia mechanised division ‘completely destroyed’ — aljazeera — 24 November 2020

Ethiopia PM gives Tigray 72 hour ultimatum to surrender — dw — 22 November 2020

Nagorno-Karabakh: Thousands displaced by war return home — source — 22 November 2020

Belarus: Thousands continue anti-president protests in Minsk — dw — 22 November 2020

Thailand's king can be expelled if he rules from Germany: parliament — dw — 22 November 2020

Guatemalans burn part of Congress building amidst budget protests — dw — 22 November 2020

Thai teenagers tell rulers: 'You’re dinosaurs' — theguardian — 22 November 2020

Belarus: Thousands attend funeral of killed protester Raman Bandarenka — dw — 20 November 2020

More than a dozen killed in Uganda protests over arrest of opposition leader — news wires/france24 — 20 November 2020

Hurricane Iota death toll rises in Central America as Honduran president pleads for help — reuters/theglobeandmail — 20 November 2020

WHO chief Tedros denies Ethiopia’s claims he backs Tigray rebels in conflict — afp/scmp — 20 November 2020

Egypt escalates campaign of arrests after activists meet foreign diplomats — dw — 20 November 2020

Giant rubber ducks become symbol of Thai pro-democracy rallies — theguardian — 20 November 2020

South Africa’s ex-president Zuma walks out on graft commission — aljazeera —19 November 2020

Mike Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit an Israeli settlement — ap/euronews — 19 November 2020

More than 1,000 killed in six months in South Sudan — aljazeera — 17 November 2020

U.S. Council on Foreign Relations: Peru’s Democratic Crisis — cfr — 17 November 2020

Hurricane Iota makes landfall in Central America as Cat 5 storm, bringing catastrophic winds — france24 — 17 November 2020

Countries most at risk from climate change being left behind, says IFRC: World Disasters Report (LINK) — genevasolutions/ifrc — 17 November 2020

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Ethiopia bombs Tigray capital as it rejects mediation calls — aljazeera — 16 November 2020

At least 1,000 people detained in Belarus in a single day following protester's death — cnn — 16 November 2020

Bolsonaro-backed candidates sink in Brazil’s local elections — france24 — 16 November 2020

Rocket attacks on Eritrea spark fears of dangerous escalation of Ethiopia war — theglobeandmail — 16 November 2020

Western Sahara independence leader declares the end of a 29-year-old ceasefire with Morocco — cnn — 15 November 2020

Azerbaijan agrees to extend deadline for Armenian forces to leave ceded territory — euronews — 15 November 2020

Thousands rally in Georgia’s Tbilisi against election results — aljazeera — 14 November 2020

Aid groups unable to supply Ethiopia's Tigray region, UN warns — reuters/theguardian — 12 November 2020

Azerbaijan’s drones owned the battlefield in Nagorno-Karabakh — and showed future of warfare — washingtonpost — 11 November 2020

Thousand fleeing fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region cross into Sudan — france24 — 10 November 2020

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