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Bosnian Leader Alija Izetbegovic: From Prisoner to President

He inspired a nation, fought against the siege of Sarajevo and founded Bosnia-Herzegovina as an independent state.

South Korea

S Korea, US show united front 70 years after start of Korean War

Millions died in the conflict on the Korean Peninsula, but a formal peace treaty has never been signed.

S Korea, US show united front 70 years after start of Korean War

Afghanistan

Taliban kill seven Afghan military personnel in raid on army post

The assault comes as Kabul accuses the fighters of stepping up attacks against security forces in recent weeks.

Taliban kill seven Afghan military personnel in raid on army post

Myanmar

More children getting 'killed, maimed' in Myanmar conflict

Violence against children increased sixfold in first three months of 2020 compared with the last three months of 2019.

More children getting 'killed, maimed' in Myanmar conflict

Iraq

Cash-strapped Iran struggles to maintain sway over Iraq militias

Nearly six months after the US assassinated IRGC General Soleimani, Tehran is losing its grip on armed groups in Iraq.

Cash-strapped Iran struggles to maintain sway over Iraq militias

AJ Impact

Libya's Khalifa Haftar's oil dealings draw US, UN scrutiny: WSJ

The probe comes as the renegade military commander pursues international oil deals to help fund his siege of Tripoli.

Libya's Khalifa Haftar's oil dealings draw US, UN scrutiny: WSJ

Niger

Thousands flee Niger refugee camp after attack

Refugees on the move again after dozens of gunmen stormed Intikane camp in attack that left at least three dead.

Thousands flee Niger refugee camp after attack

Fault Lines

Afghanistan: Civilian Loss in the US Air War

Civilian casualties investigated amid a surging air campaign as US prepares for possible withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Russia

Senior official of Libya's GNA arrives in Russia for talks

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Maetig's visit follows agreement to restart ceasefire talks with Haftar's forces.

Senior official of Libya's GNA arrives in Russia for talks

Inside Story

How can education be secured in times of war?

The United Nations is concerned about the more than 75 million young people living in 35 crisis-affected countries.

Reporter's Notebook

Death and 'spy' pigeons in Indian-administered Kashmir

Even ordinary things like funerals and pigeons have become political in Kashmir, where ongoing conflict disrupts normal life.

Death and 'spy' pigeons in Indian-administered Kashmir

Opinion

Remembering my father's Biafra: The politics of erasing history

Decades after the Nigeria-Biafra war, the truth of what happened is denied, so we forfeit the chance to learn from it.

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by Innocent Chizaram Ilo

Innocent Chizaram Ilo

Inside Story

Should Khalifa Haftar's foreign backers rethink their support?

Russia calls for a ceasefire but is accused of sending warplanes to support the Libyan renegade general.

Middle East

Missile attack on Yemen army command in Marib kills at least 7

Military sources say chief of staff in Marib province survived attack blamed on Houthis, but son and nephew did not.

Missile attack on Yemen army command in Marib kills at least 7

Myanmar

Imagery shows '200 buildings burned' in Myanmar's Rakhine State

Myanmar's military admits troops had entered Let Kar village but blamed the arson attack on Arakan Army rebels.

Imagery shows '200 buildings burned' in Myanmar's Rakhine State