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Signs Of Hope (And Conflict) On Central Asia’s Borders

2 weeks ago Web Desk 0
Having a good neighbor in a tough part of the world is a real plus. That is especially true now for countries sharing land borders during the coronavirus pandemic. During this global crisis, a country’s best efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus can be damaged and even undone by the irresponsible actions or Read More

Tajik Parliament Speaker Released After Pneumonia Treatment

2 weeks ago Web Desk 0
The speaker of the lower house of parliament in Tajikistan has been released from hospital after being treated, according to the Health Ministry, for pneumonia amid earlier denials by several deputies that he had contracted coronavirus. In a short statement issued on May 15, the Tajik Health Ministry said Mahmadtoir Zokirzoda had been discharged the Read More

France Arrests Rwandan Businessman Wanted in Connection With 1994 Genocide

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French police have arrested a man accused of funding militias that massacred hundreds of thousands of people in Rwanda 1994 genocide. The French Justice Ministry said police arrested Felicien Kabuga near Paris Saturday after 26 years on the run. The 84-year-old was Rwanda’s most wanted man and one of the last primary suspects in the Read More

Shelling Kills 2 at Tripoli Displaced People Shelter, Officials Say

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Shelling killed two people on Saturday at a displaced people’s shelter in a part of the Libyan capital of Tripoli that has been under bombardment by eastern forces seeking to capture the city, officials said. The shelling caused a fire at the shelter in Fornaj district, located near a front line and home to people Read More