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Weekly Round Up 10th December-16th December

Protest in Budapest

Disgruntled Hungarians

Protesting latest laws

Budapest, Hungary

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Slobodan Milošević’s Balkan Legacy

The Balkans have historically been regarded as a fiercely divided battleground for proxy wars carried out by other nations. Today, while the Balkan states have significantly greater sovereignty than they did during the Cold War, the effects of the 20th century’s legacy of violent ethnic divisions can still be seen today. 1,437 more words

Foreign Affairs

Hundreds Arrested in Ethiopia After Violence Around Capital

An Ethiopian security official has confirmed the arrests of hundreds of youths in the capital, Addis Ababa, following violence within the city and in nearby towns last week in which several dozen people were killed. 364 more words

News & Views

Ethiopia ethnic violence: "This looks like old practice"

A real test for the first prime minister of Ethiopia to hail from the capital’s dominant ethnic group, the Oromo.

Protests in Addis Ababa in reaction to weekend violence against minorities which left 23 dead, a further five were reported killed this Monday. 35 more words

Politics And Society

দেশের শরনার্থী ও প্রান্তিক জাতিগোষ্ঠী

মে মাসের মাঝামাঝি নাগাদ একটি খবর : রোহিঙ্গা শরনার্থীদের ত্রান বাবদ এ বছরের ডিসেম্বর পর্যন্ত যে পরিমাণ অর্থ বরাদ্দ হয়েছে তার থেকে ১৬% খরচ করা হবে স্থানীয় জনগোষ্ঠীর জন্য। কক্সবাজারে রোহিঙ্গা শরনার্থীরা বাঙ্গালী-মুসলিমদের ক্ষতি করছে এরকম মতামত বেশ প্রচার প্রচারণা লাভ করেছে। যার আলামত আমি আমার নিজের গবেষণা কাজে লক্ষ্য করেছি। এ বিষয়ে এর আগে আমি লিখেছিও (দ্রষ্টব্য: প্র. 17 more words


Rohingya militants slaughtered 99 Hindus in a single day: Amnesty International

An armed band of Rohingya militants killed up to 99 Hindus in a single day of carnage in Myanmar‘s Rakhine state, according to an… 486 more words


Facebook's Zuckerberg vows to work harder to block hate speech in Myanmar


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Tuesday his company would step up efforts to block hate messages in Myanmar as he faced questioning by the U.S. 309 more words