EU
President Xiomara Castro repeals neoliberal ZEDE Law in landmark step and other stories

Today we look at the repeal of the ZEDE law in Honduras, US threats against the China-Solomon Islands security pact, and more

Russian-Ukrainian talks in Istanbul Russia-Ukraine talks to continue despite Bucha setback 

Russia has alleged that Western countries and media have deliberately ignored the facts that deny its involvement in the Bucha killings for the sole purpose of derailing the progress made in the peace talks so far and prolong the war

Russia-Ukraine Conflict As Ukraine war enters second month, an end seems nowhere near

The war in Ukraine has caused a massive humanitarian crisis in Europe and exposed several faultlines on the basis of race and geo-strategic calculations across the world, which, if unaddressed, will continue to undermine world peace in the future

Ukrainian refugees Are European countries having second thoughts on Ukrainian refugees?

Enthusiasm towards Ukrainian refugees shown in the early days of the war has started waning with some countries raising the sustainability issue and seeking wider international sharing of responsibilities    

Line 3 ruptures cause 300 million gallons of groundwater to overflow and other stories

Today we look at major ruptures caused during the construction of the Enbridge pipeline in the US, discriminatory treatment of refugees in Europe, and more

UN conference for Yemen UN aid conference for Yemen falls short amid warnings of widespread famine and deaths

At the UN pledging conference for Yemen, Gulf countries that are party to the war in Yemen, like Saudi Arabia and the UAE, failed to commit any aid

Ukrainian parliament Opposition political parties banned in Ukraine and ‘unified information policy’ imposed

Zelensky justified the ban on mostly left and anti-NATO parties in the country by claiming that they had alleged links with Russia, despite the fact that most of these parties have publicly opposed Russian intervention

Iran attacks in Erbil, Iraq Iran fires missiles in Erbil in Iraq, claims Israeli bases were targets

Muqtada al-Sadr, whose party emerged as the largest party in last year’s parliamentary elections in Iraq, initially condemned the attack but later issued a statement asking for investigation into Iranian claims of Israeli bases in the country

What led to the war in Ukraine?

The war in Ukraine is the latest escalation in a decades-long conflict. What brought about this situation?

By banning Russian media outlets, EU exposes its discomfort with alternative narratives of the Ukrainian crisis

In an unprecedented move, the European Commission has banned Russian news outlets RT and Sputnik across the EU, calling them ‘Kremlin Media Machines’ and accusing them of indulging in pro-Russia propaganda

Russia-Ukraine Conflict West intensifies economic warfare against Russia as military operation in Ukraine enters second week

The Russian forces have announced safe passage for civilians after claiming that they are closing in on three major cities of Ukraine – capital Kiev, the second largest city Kharkiv, and the southern port city of Mariupol

Iran nuclear deal Ukraine sparks EU, US rush to Iran deal

There is a palpable sense of urgency in Washington to clinch a deal in Vienna, as the advanced centrifuges in the Iranian nuclear installations are narrowing the so-called breakout time by the day

    × To Subscribe