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30.04.15 | Nigel Watt

Nigel Watt explains the background to the violent protests and threats of election boycotts in the central African state

Armenian genocide picture
27.04.15 | Vicken Cheterian

Vicken Cheterian describes the terrible legacy for the entire region of the Armenian genocide and the consequences of its continued denial by Turkey

23.04.15 | Matthew Carr

Military efforts to repel migrants will lead to confusion and human rights infringements