Nagorno-Karabakh

News Roundup 2 August – 8 August

Civilians in southern Syria ‘under siege’ – UN human rights chief Libya: Government of National Unity must not legitimize militias and armed groups responsible for harrowing abuses Ethiopia conflict set to escalate after Tigray rebels refuse to withdraw ‘With our hearts beating fast’: Back to school on the Nagorno-Karabakh front line Central African Republic: UN …

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News Roundup 1 February – 7 February

New Libya interim government agreed in U.N. talks Power Politics Obstructs Protection of Civilians in — and After — the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict In Pictures: Old rivalries and new fighting in CAR In Algerian mountains, army operation shows persistent militant threat Myanmar coup threatens ceasefire, ethnic rebel leader says Security Council calls for release of Aung …

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News Roundup 14 December – 20 December

Afghan government, Taliban to resume peace talks in January Armenia and Azerbaijan exchange first prisoners after Karabakh war Standing up to the bandits: A Nigerian community looks to forge its own peace What next for conflict-hit Burkina Faso after Kabore re-election? Nigeria: Stop Jailing Children for Alleged Boko Haram Ties India, Pakistan repeat war of …

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News Roundup 28 September – 4 October

Sudan’s government, rebel groups sign landmark deal To UN, Israeli Prime Minister says ‘no doubt’ more Arab countries will soon join ‘circle of peace’ Attacks on Religious Leaders in West and Central Africa Must Be Addressed Massive Human Rights Violations in DRC Linked to Armed Conflicts, Report Finds Libyan rivals conclude talks on key security …

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