Here we are again: after fighting the Senegal government for over 20 years and the signing of a peace treaty, the rebels in Casamance are crossing over into Guinea-Bissau, threatening to ignite another war in one of the most unstable countries in all of Africa.
New Orleans Faces Elections, Risks Political Shift
The Russian Naziskins run wild, knowing they can count on the clemency of the courts
Exactly four years ago, the Angolan government and rebels signed a peace treaty. Much remains to be done to overcome the legacy of the war, but between lasting problems and development efforts, the nation looks forward
On March 21st, the first day of spring, the Afghans celebrated their new years eve, the Nawroz of year 1385 – according to the Persian calendar.On March 29th, only a few days later, the Talibans started their traditional “Spring attack”, inaugurating the fifth year of armed resistance against the foreign occupying forces
The Brazilian president Lula has undergone the second government crisis in less than one year. Elections are coming this fall and he has not yet decided if he will run for re-election or not. Yet even amongst this turmoili and diappointment, opinion polls show that Brazilians would happily re-elect Lula