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Opinion

Boko Haram survivors starved and raped by Nigeria's military

Women who survived the brutal rule of Boko Haram are now facing sexual violence at the hands of the Nigerian military.

Lauren Aarons

by Lauren Aarons

Lauren Aarons

Opinion

Why the NYT is really wrong about Kashmir

A recent editorial by the New York Times demonstrates little understanding of what is actually going on in Kashmir.

Hafsa Kanjwal

by Hafsa Kanjwal
- Mohamad Junaid

Hafsa Kanjwal

North Korea

The Trump-Kim summit: What the dispute is about

The summit is scheduled for June 12, but could it fail?

Opinion

Nigeria's difficult path to long lasting peace with Boko Haram

To achieve sustainable peace with Boko Haram, the Nigerian government must look beyond military solutions.

Lai Mohammed

by Lai Mohammed

Lai Mohammed

Arts & Culture

Kashmiris turn to art to challenge Indian rule

Kashmiris use art as a form of protest with satire, in particular, being used as a medium of dissent.

Kashmiris turn to art to challenge Indian rule

Democratic Republic of the Congo

UNSC: 13 million need humanitarian aid in DRC

Citing ongoing political turmoil, malnutrition, and a cholera outbreak, UN says millions need aid in the DRC.

UNSC: 13 million people need humanitarian aid in DR Congo

South Ossetia

South Ossetia releases two Georgian 'genocide' suspects

Authorities in the breakaway region free two Georgians after 18-day detention but keep the body of a third who died.

South Ossetia releases two Georgian 'genocide' suspects

Kashmir

Kashmir: Thousands hit the streets after army killings

Protesters hurl rocks and shout anti-India slogans after soldiers killed four civilians and two suspected fighters.

South Korea

S Korea envoys to visit North following Olympic detente

Team will try to explore possibility of a visit by President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang, after invitation by Kim Jong-un.

South Korea envoys to visit North following Olympic detente

Middle East

ISIL claims responsibility for deadly Yemen attack

Civilian and military casualties reported in suicide car bombings outside counterterrorism camp in southwestern Aden.

ISIL claims deadly suicide car bombings in Yemen's Aden

Democratic Republic of the Congo

26 Congolese refugees die of diarrhoea in Uganda

552 diarrhoea cases identified as refugees continue to flee inter-ethnic violence in DRC's Ituri province.

26 Congolese refugees die of diarrhoea in Uganda

Opinion

Nigeria's 'cattle colony' problem

Why a controversial policy proposed by the Nigerian government will not resolve land disputes in Nigeria.

Orji Sunday

by Orji Sunday

Orji Sunday

Kashmir

Kashmir: India Republic Day 'reminds us of oppression'

India's 69th Republic Day marked by the suspension of internet services and soldier patrols in disputed region.

India Republic celebrations: A 'black day' in Kashmir

Opinion

Trump wants war, Moon wants peace

By entering talks with Seoul, Pyongyang is trying to make it difficult for Washington to start a war.

Se-Woong Koo

by Se-Woong Koo

Se-Woong Koo