Ethnic conflict
Cyprus Elections Conservatives maintain lead in Cyprus parliamentary elections

In the elections held to the House of Representatives in the Republic of Cyprus, the incumbent Democratic Rally (DISY) and the communist Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL) maintained their first and second positions

SRI LANKA-ELECTIONS It’s advantage Rajapaksa brothers as counting begins in Sri Lanka parliamentary polls

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s older brother, 74-year-old Mahinda Rajapaksa is predicted to lead his party, Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP), to victory in the elections. The results will be announced late on Thursday

Sri Lanka civil war Sri Lankan government admits 10,000 ‘missing’ Tamils were killed in violence

Thousands of Tamils who had been categorized as ‘disappeared’ have now been declared dead by the Sri Lankan authorities . This is the first such admission by the Sri Lankan government since the civil war in the country ended in 2009

Montenegro ethnic conflict Ethnic fault lines re-emerge in Montenegro

Several monuments installed by the Albanian minorities, including of the Albanian nationalist leader Dede Gjon Luli and the guerrilla leader Yusuf Celaj, among others, have irked the Montenegrin Serbs

Kosovo elections As militarists are voted out in Kosovo, is there a chance for peace?

The party of incumbent prime minister Ramush Haradinaj lost to the center-left Levizja Vetevendosje (Movement for Self-Determination) and the Democratic League of Kosovo

Anti-NATO protest in Serbia 20th anniversary of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia: Serbians demand an end to NATO presence

NATO had intervened in the ethnic conflict in Yugoslavia in 1999, and led a 78-day long airstrike campaign over Serbian targets, which reportedly resulted in the deaths of 2,500 civilians and billions of dollars in damage

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