Shaping Discourse: Rising Political Tensions in the Western Balkans (Part 3/3)
As it happened: conflicting narratives on non-violent protests While the general vibe of these types…
Official suspect declared in Madeleine McCann disappearance case
Portuguese prosecutors have declared a person an official suspect in the case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Madeleine, 3, disappeared during a family holiday in Praia da Luz in 2007.
Shaping Discourse: Rising Political Tensions in the Western Balkans (Part 2/3)
Overlapping demographics, with a multitude of differing wills. Moving to the current, the numbers that…
Update on the Russia-Ukraine crisis
On Tuesday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that a new phase of Russia's military actions in Ukraine had begun. Lavrov emphasized that Russia's "special military operation" sought the "complete liberation" of Donetsk and Luhansk.
Chinese astronauts land safely on Earth after six months in space
Three Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Saturday after spending six months on their country's latest orbital station. The Shenzou 13 space capsule landed at the Dongfeng landing site, Inner Mongolia.
South Carolina inmate chooses firing squad over electric chair
Richard Moore, 57, a South Carolina inmate has chosen a firing squad for his execution scheduled for April 29. South Carolina issued a notice of execution on April 7th after the Supreme Court upheld Moore's death sentence for the murder of a store clerk during a robbery.
Palestinian worshippers injured in clashes with police
More than 150 Palestinian worshippers have been wounded in clashes with Israeli police at the al-Aqsa Mosque premises in Jerusalem. Hundreds of Palestinians had gathered at the site for Ramadan prayers on Friday.
German authorities arrest 4 for plotting to kidnap health minister
German authorities have arrested four people involved in an anti-government plot to kidnap the country's health minister. The suspects were also reported to have plans to enact a nationwide blackout.
Death toll in South Africa floods surges
Over 250 people have been killed due to flooding and mudslides in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal province. The death toll spiked following several days of rain in the city of Durban and its surrounding areas.
Shaping Discourse: Rising Political Tensions in the Western Balkans (Part 1/3)
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