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‘our Kids Miss Their Mom’: Husband Of Journalist Alsu Kurmasheva Speaks Out About Her Detention In Russia

Pavel Butorin and his wife, journalist Alsu Kurmasheva, in Český Krumlov in the southern Czech Republic, in 2020. Kurmasheva has been trying for months to return to her husband and two daughters in Prague and was placed in detention by Russ

Alsu Kurmasheva, an editor with the Tatar-Bashkir service of U.S. Congress-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) and a dual U.S.-Russian citizen, has been in Russian detention since October ... Read more

Settler Violence Rises In The West Bank During The Gaza War

[B]Attacks by Israeli settlers on Palestinians in the West Bank are spiking with attention focused on Gaza. In this Q&A, Crisis Group expert Mairav Zonszein explains what is behind this dangerous phen ... Read more

Hamas Frees Two US Hostages

Gaza’s Hamas rulers have released two Americans on Friday, [B]The Nigerian Voice[/B] learnt. The released victims were among some 200 hostages the group abducted in brutal October 7 attacks i ... Read more

Military Junta Foil Escape Attempt By Outed Niger President

Military leaders in Niger Republic have said they had aborted an attempt by Mohamed Bazoum, the former president who was ousted in a coup in July, to escape their custody on Thursday. “At aro ... Read more

Israel-Hamas War: Putin Slams Biden’s $100m Aid To Gaza, As Russia Sends Rice, Wheat, Others To Troubled Area

Russian President Vladimir Putin has again taken a dig at his United States counterpart, Joe Biden, following the latter’s $100 million humanitarian aid to the West Bank and Gaza, a Palestine ex ... Read more

Death Toll Increases above 1,000 In Israel-Gaza War

Israel, reeling from the deadliest attack in half a century, formally declared war on Hamas Sunday as the conflict’s death toll surged above 1,000 after the Palestinian militant group launched a ... Read more

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The UN Secretary-General has encountered resistance to many of the ideas f ...
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