War And Unrest

Kosovo court jails ex-Serb minister for ethnic hatred

Dec 5, 2019

A Kosovo court has sentenced a former ethnic Serb minister to two years in prison for inciting ethnic hatred

Defense chief tells Duterte martial law in south can now end

Dec 4, 2019

The Philippine defense chief says he has recommended that the president not extend martial law in the country’s south, which was declared in 2017 to help troops quell a bloody siege by Islamic State group-aligned jihadists in Marawi city

Clashes halt production at Libyan oil field

Nov 27, 2019

The Libyan national oil company says it has suspended operations at a key oil field due to fighting between armed factions

Charity says land mine kills Dutch man in northern Myanmar

Nov 26, 2019

A man from the Netherlands has been killed and a woman from Argentina injured by a land mine explosion in northern Myanmar

Palestinians protest US settlement decision in ‘day of rage’

Nov 26, 2019

Hundreds of Palestinians protesting against the U.S. announcement last week that it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank to be a violation of international law

The Latest: Blast in capital Kabul targeted UN vehicle

Nov 24, 2019

An Afghan official says a blast in that capital Kabul targeting a United Nations vehicle has left at least 1 dead

International court sentences Congo warlord to 30 years

Nov 7, 2019

The International Criminal Court has sentenced a Congolese warlord known as "The Terminator" to 30 years imprisonment after he was convicted of crimes including murder, rape and sexual slavery

Mexico farm town prepares funerals after 9 Americans slain

Nov 7, 2019

Under a strong security presence, a remote farming community in northern Mexico is preparing to hold the first funerals Thursday for some of the nine American women and children killed by drug cartel gunmen

Colombia defense minister quits amid firestorm over deaths

Nov 7, 2019

Colombia's defense minister has resigned after coming under fire for failing to disclose the deaths of several minors in a military operation

EU human rights official criticizes Serbia defense ministry

Nov 6, 2019

A top European human rights official has sharply criticized Serbia's defense ministry for promoting a book that attempts to deny that Bosnian Serb forces carried out an attack that killed 71 people in the Bosnian town of Tuzla in 1995

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