Four occupied Ukraine regions begin vote on joining Russia

Four parts of Russian-occupied Ukraine have begun holding referendums, which Kiev denounced as illegal, paving the way for Moscow to formally annex about 15 percent of Ukrainian territory. Voting will continue until September 27 in the self-proclaimed “Independent Republic”, which has been under the control of Moscow-backed separatists since 2014, as well as in the … Read more

Azerbaijan takes over Lachin city in line with Armenia peace deal

Azerbaijani troops entered Lachin to replace Russian peacekeepers in accordance with the peace agreement signed with Armenia. Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has announced that his country’s troops have moved to the strategic city of Lachin to replace Russian peacekeepers stationed there as part of a 2020 peace deal with Armenia. “We, Azerbaijanis, have returned to … Read more

Israeli air strikes in Syria kill three soldiers: State media

The latest Israeli strikes target areas around the capital Damascus and south of the coastal Tartus province. Three soldiers were killed and three wounded in an Israeli airstrike on Syria. In Israel’s latest attack on the war-torn country. State media said air defense forces were battling Israeli bombardments in areas around the Syrian coastal province … Read more

Kashmir rebels storm India army camp; 3 soldiers, 2 attackers die

At least two suspected insurgents armed with guns and grenades attacked a camp in the remote Darhal area of ​​southern Rajouri district. Suspected insurgents attacked an Indian army post in Indian-administered Kashmir, killing three soldiers, while two assailants died in a firefight amid heightened security marking India’s Independence Day celebrations. The attack took place early … Read more

UN Security Council holds emergency meeting over Gaza fighting

Palestinian ambassador asks ‘when will enough be enough’ as ​​council members express concern over recent violence. The UN Security Council has held an emergency meeting to discuss the situation in Gaza, with many members expressing concern over a fragile ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian armed group Islamic Jihad following three days of Israeli airstrikes. … Read more

Could there be a new conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan?

Video duration 24 minutes 10 seconds 24:10 Armenia and Azerbaijan have been accusing each other of retaliating near the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. The area is recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but is mostly controlled by ethnic Armenians. Two Karabakh troops and one Azerbaijani soldier were killed in a district under the supervision of Russian … Read more

Myanmar generals banned from ASEAN until peace plan progress

The foreign minister expressed disappointment over the military administration’s failure to implement the crisis plan agreed in April 2021. Foreign ministers from the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have agreed to bar Myanmar’s ruling generals from meeting until they make progress on a 15-month-old plan to deal with the crisis sparked by a … Read more

Rwanda backing M23 rebels in DRC: UN experts

A group of UN experts has found ‘concrete evidence’ that Kigali is supporting M23 fighter jets despite repeated denials. Rwandan troops have attacked soldiers inside DR Congo and aided the M23 rebel group with weapons and support, a UN expert group said, citing “concrete evidence” despite Kigali’s denials. The Democratic Republic of Congo has repeatedly … Read more