Political Turmoil in Guinea-Bissau: Dissolution of Parliament Amidst Alleged Coup Attempt

Guinea-Bissau finds itself plunged into a multifaceted political crisis as President Umaro Sissoco Embalo dissolved the parliament, citing an “attempted coup” that has disrupted the normal functioning of the West African nation’s institutions. This move comes amid violent clashes between the national guard and the presidential guard’s special forces, raising concerns about the stability of […]

U.S. Announces Visa Restrictions on Ugandan Officials Over Controversial Anti-Gay Law

In a significant diplomatic move, the United States, through Secretary of State Antony Blinken, has unveiled plans to impose visa restrictions on Ugandan officials involved in enforcing a contentious anti-gay law that includes potential death penalties for certain cases. This decision comes amidst international criticism, with U.S. President Joe Biden, the European Union (EU), and […]

President Putin’s Visit to Saudi Arabia and the UAE

In a diplomatic move that raises eyebrows amidst international isolation over the Ukraine conflict, President Vladimir Putin is set to embark on a working visit to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Kremlin, undeterred by the ongoing geopolitical tensions, announced Putin’s visit, signaling Moscow’s efforts to strengthen ties with key allies. This […]

The Complex Landscape of South Africa’s Diplomatic Relations with Israel

In a recent development, the South African Presidency has clarified its stance on the country’s diplomatic ties with Israel. This clarification comes in the wake of a parliamentary motion urging the government to close its embassy in Tel Aviv and compelling Israel to shutter its mission in Pretoria. Despite these calls, the government, as stated […]

North Korea’s Satellite Launch Sparks Diplomatic Strife

In a rare appearance at the UN Security Council on Monday, North Korea’s ambassador, Kim Song, defended his country’s recent launch of a spy satellite, which had drawn criticism from Western powers, Japan, and South Korea. The satellite purportedly provided images of major U.S. and South Korean military sites, escalating tensions and prompting a heated […]

A Meeting between Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Elon Musk

In a significant diplomatic move, Israeli President Isaac Herzog is slated to meet with Elon Musk, the renowned entrepreneur and owner of X (formerly known as Twitter), on Monday. The primary focus of this meeting, according to Herzog’s office, is to emphasize “the need to act to combat rising anti-Semitism online.” This engagement takes place […]

Turkey’s central bank raises interest rates to 40%

Turkey’s central bank has raised its main interest rate to 40% as part of a concerted campaign to tackle soaring inflation in the country. The rise, from the previous rate of 35%, was much greater than expected. But Turkey’s central bank suggested rates were approaching the level required to start lowering inflation. Inflation – which […]

Dublin School Stabbing Incident: A Community’s Resilience in the Face of Tragedy

In the heart of Dublin, a routine Thursday at a primary school on Parnell Square turned into a scene of chaos and tragedy when a man armed with a knife attacked five individuals, including three children. The incident prompted a major response from the Irish police, who swiftly declared it a major incident and cordoned […]

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