No one had seen so many posters about Mladic on the walls of Belgrade since the war. Giant portraits covered with a series of green stickers with straight messages: “We know where you are: Surrender;” or “We know you’re worried: Give up.” The project comes from two Danish artists, Jan Egesborg and Pia Bertelsen, both in their early thirties. “We don’t want to generate hatred or conflict with our posters,” says Bertelsen, “We only want to urge people to spot, look, and think.”
Spirit of this amazing adventure is fulfilling my soul with pleasure and love. No past, no future, no problems. This is big honor for me, as a simple soldier from the Ukraine just to sit here with such legendary people as Ray, who was a soldier in Vietnam twice, or with Daniel (fire-fighter from New-York), or with Gil, who was a combat pilot in IDF, and all the others of the team...
The results of the second round of the presidential elections in the Comoros islands ratified Ayatollah Ahmed Abdallah Sambi’s wide margin of victory. Will the new man on the Comoros political scene, backed by a plebiscitary majority, be able to solve the archipelago’s serious problems?
Thousands of police officers and soldiers, armored cars and special units of the secret service are on a very delicate mission: disarm the restless communities of cattlemen who live in Northern Kenya. After more than a week into the campaign the numbers are clear: 20,000 people have been forced to flee, with their cattle, into the neighboring countries, and at least 68,000 people are at risk of starvation
In London Peaceworkers creates professionals in solidarity
Taufiq Ahmed is a teenager who migrated from Balakot with his father who is a labourer after the city was ruined by the October 8 earthquake. Taufiq is enrolled at a primary school run by the Jamia administration but he is also preparing to be a Hafiz-e-Quran. Taufiq, who lost many of his relatives and friends in the disaster, is satisfied with studying in the primary school and memorizing the holy Quran at the Madrassa