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UN Court Uncovered The Truth in Former Yugoslavia But Reconciliation is Delayed

Interview by Erol Avdović (WEBPUBLICA) New York – A well known figure at the United Nations the Belgian jurist Srege Brammertz a former chief prosecutor for International Criminal Court for former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on June 27 this year (2018) was re-appoint as prosecutor of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (MICT) until the end of June 2020.
The [...]

Russia Meddling in Macedonia on Referendum

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) NEW YORK — US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has accused Moscow of spreading disinformation in Macedonia ahead of the referendum on changing the country’s name. The change could lead to Macedonia joining NATO and the EU, Deutsche Welle (DW) reported quoting major news agencies.

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Monday that there is “no [...]

EU Parliament Trigger Sanctions on Hungary

(Webpublica) New York – In a tense vote, a majority of EU lawmakers backed a motion that opens the door to sanctions against Hungary. Viktor Orban’s government is accused of silencing media, targeting NGOs and removing independent judges, DW (Deutsche Welle) reported quoting news agencies.


Members of the European Parliament voted to censure the Hungarian government [...]

Syrian Endgame Threatens New Migrant Surge

By John J. Metzler - UNITED NATIONS — After seven years of bitter fighting, twelve million civilians displaced,
and more than a half million people killed, Syria’s relentless civil war may be coming to a dramatic conclusion.
The final showdown seems set for the north-western province of Idlib, a rebel stronghold, where three million civilians are dangerously mixed and stranded [...]

Belgrade Help for US Sanctioned Dodik in Bosnia

(WEBPUBLICA) NEW YORK – As Bosnia’s election campaign begins in earnest, Milorad Dodik’s own campaign to win the Serbian seat on the Bosnian presidency is receiving support from the government of nearby Serbia.
“Through Dodik, Russia’s card in the Balkans remains in the game, or it has an illusion of its role and power in this area,” Bojan [...]

UN Talks on World’s First Treaty for High Seas

By Thalif Deen | UNITED NATIONS – After several years of preliminary discussions, the United Nations has begun its first round of inter-governmental negotiations to draft the world’s first legally binding treaty to protect and regulate the “high seas”—which, by definition, extend beyond 200 nautical miles (370 kilometers) and are considered “international waters” shared globally.“The high seas [...]

Talking Kosovo Future Myths History and Wars

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) NEW YORK – Serbs and Kosovars want to take their borders back to the drawing board. Villages and valleys changing hands could help soothe an ancient feud but threaten one of the EU’s strongest fundaments, DW (Deutsche Welle) reports on the developing stories on this troubled south-eastern European region.

The sanctity of state borders is [...]

A New Leftist Movement Established in Germany

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) BERLIN – A new leftwing movement has been launched in Germany, despite skepticism. Its founder Sahra Wagenknecht says a “crisis of democracy” has emerged because prosperity is no longer being shared among German voters, DW (Deutsche Welle) reported.
Dramatist Bernd Stegemann, Wagenknecht and Volmer at Tuesday’s press conference

Sahra Wagenknecht, co-leader of the opposition Left party’s [...]

World Silent on Burma

By John J. Metzler - UNITED NATIONS — A “climate of fear and persecution” face Burma’s minority Rohingya population as a year of unrelenting human rights abuses and forced expulsions continue by the country’s Beijing-backed military rulers.
As UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres told a stunned Security Council meeting, “The massive refugee emergency that began one year ago in [...]

UN Seek Probe in Bombing Civilians in Yemen

By Thalif Deen | UNITED NATIONS  - Saudi Arabia, which has been accused of relentlessly bombing civilian targets in strife-torn Yemen and threatening executions of human rights activists, is fast gaining notoriety as a political outcast at the United Nations.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has not only condemned the continued attacks on civilians but also called for “an [...]

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