The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into an alarming new spyware known as Pegasus. Activists, journalists, politicians, and business executives from around the world are all suspected of... read more →
At a meeting marking the 13th anniversary of the Socialist Movement, Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin sparked controversy after he called on his government to “unite the Serb world.” “The... read more →
In what rights activists are calling a new crackdown on opponents of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, security officers raided the offices and homes of independent journalists and human rights activists... read more →
Turkey’s presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin yesterday underscored the importance of peace and stability in Albania for Turkey and the broader Balkans region. Meeting with reporters in Albania’s capital of Tirana,... read more →
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared talks over the future of Cyprus will only take place between “the two states” on the Mediterranean island. “The new negotiation process can... read more →
A Russian court on Wednesday sent a prominent activist to jail even before being heard, as authorities continued to crack down on critics ahead of the September parliamentary election. The... read more →
Seven children succumbed while 16 were injured from a shooting incident in a school in Kazan, Russia on Tuesday. According to a report by CNN quoting Russia’s National Anti-Terrorism Committee... read more →
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