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Guest column by Clairmont Chung, a Guyanese lawyer, writer, film maker and progressive activist. Saving the Essequibo from becoming another Gaza.
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Samoa is heading towards a natural disaster if the current dry weather pattern continues because of the effect of the El Nino system.
The news of two Rohingya men being killed in two separate camps in Cox's Bazar tells us that when it comes to ensuring safety at these camps, we still have much more work to do. We continue to see repeated incidents of violence in the Rohingya camps, and suffice to say, more...
While the world’s biggest polluters dominate the headlines this week at the UN climate summit with an array of sensationalist pledges and announcements, designed mainly to distract us all from a lack of real climate action, one of the biggest scandals of all is taking place right under our noses.
Opinion - The Australia-Tuvalu 'falepili' strategy is bullish and most alarming, writes former Tuvalu prime minister Enele Sopoaga.
The president has been detained and troops now say they are closing the country's borders.
Protesters angered by an Iraqi man in Sweden who threatened to burn a copy of the Quran stormed the Swedish Embassy in Baghdad. They overran the diplomatic compound and started a fire.
Russia halted participation on Monday in the year-old U.N.-brokered deal which lets Ukraine export grain through the Black Sea, just hours after a blast knocked out Russia's bridge to Crimea in what Moscow called a strike by Ukrainian sea drones.
Critics note government estimates that suggest membership of CPTPP will add just £1.8bn a year to UK economy after 10 years
Central America is experiencing a wave of unrest that is remarkable even for a region whose history is riddled with turbulence.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a phone call with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa in which they discussed the Black Sea grain deal, due to expire on Monday, and a summit in South Africa next month, the Kremlin said on Saturday.
A new U.N. report says some 3.3 billion people – almost half of humanity – now live in countries that spend more money paying interest on their debts than on education or health.
President Joe Biden accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of having a "craven lust for land and power" at the end of a NATO summit on Wednesday where Ukraine won new security assurances from the U.S. and its allies for its defence against Moscow.
With tensions surrounding Guatemala’s June 25 election heightening, President Alejandro Giammattei has taken the unusual step of publishing an open letter saying he has no intention of staying in power beyond his term.
Foxconn said it intends to apply for incentives under India's semiconductor production plan, a day after the Taiwanese firm split with Vedanta on a $19.5 billion chipmaking joint venture.
Opposition party supporters in Zimbabwe have been chanting and singing freedom songs outside a courthouse Sunday following a decision to ban them from holding a rally six weeks before national elections.
Iraq and French oil major TotalEnergies on Monday signed a long-delayed $27 billion energy deal that aims to increase oil production and boost the country's capacity to produce energy with four oil, gas and renewables projects.
The landmark deal — for a slow-moving, polluting industry resistant to change — includes a pledge to reduce its emissions to net-zero “by or about 2050.”
Israel’s anti-government protest movement is gaining new momentum as tens of thousands of people spill into the streets of cities across the country to oppose Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s contentious judicial overhaul plan.
The struggle to certify the results of Guatemala's first-round presidential elections has suffered another setback, after the chief justice of the Supreme Court issued an order blocking the certification.
As Spain prepares for elections, some liberal European politicians fear that the hard-right Vox party could become the first right-wing party since the Franco era to enter Spain’s national government.
Iran’s state TV says four militants attacked a police station with grenades in the country's southeast.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is due to meet King Willem-Alexander on Saturday, to discuss a caretaker administration the day after his centre-right government collapsed following a row on migration policies.