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'The security of the Black Sea is the security of Europe': Georgian President Zurabishvili | DW News – DW News

‘The security of the Black Sea is the security of Europe’: Georgian President Zurabishvili | DW News  DW News MSC 2024: Leaders discuss future of European Union – DW – 02/18/2024  DW (English) Georgia works to catch up with Ukraine, Moldova on EU path, president says  EURACTIV Georgian FM discusses partnership with US International Development Finance Corporation CEO  Agenda.ge […]

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Sebastiao Salgado: From stark realities to vivid conservation | Conflict

A look inside the acclaimed photographer’s black and white journey from human resilience to natural conservation. Sebastiao Salgado’s photography, initially rooted in news, evolved into a profound documentary-style work that captures human and environmental narratives. His work spans from the raw realities of Brazil’s Mina Pelada goldmines, African famines, and the Rwandan genocide to the

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China Dampens Ukraine's Peace Talk Plans After Russia Snatches Avdiivka; 'Conditions Not Right' – Hindustan Times

China Dampens Ukraine’s Peace Talk Plans After Russia Snatches Avdiivka; ‘Conditions Not Right’  Hindustan Times Ukrainian foreign minister discusses peace prospects with China’s Wang Yi  Reuters UK China’s Wang Says Time Isn’t Right to Talk Russia-Ukraine Peace  Bloomberg Ukraine’s Kuleba, China’s Wang discuss ways to achieve peace in Ukraine  Ukrinform Ukrainian Foreign Minister Discusses Peace Prospects With Chinese Counterpart  U.S.

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Will the death of Alexey Navalny change Russian politics? | Human Rights News

World leaders blame Russian President Vladimir Putin for the death of his most outspoken critic. Alexey Navalny was respected worldwide and – despite being locked up for years in a prison cell – was Russian President Vladimir Putin’s most vocal critic. That voice of dissent was silenced as Russia announced his death on Friday at

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Chinese foreign minister says trying to cut his country out of trade would be a historic mistake

MUNICH (AP) — China’s foreign minister told a gathering of international security policy officials Saturday that trying to shut China out of trade in the name of avoiding dependency would be a historic mistake. Wang Yi spoke at the Munich Security Conference. Host Germany wants to avoid over-reliance on trade with an increasingly assertive China

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Honouring Alexey Navalny: Supporters gather to mourn, express outrage | In Pictures News

Vigils and rallies were held in cities across Russia and in many world capitals to honour Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny who died in a remote Arctic penal colony. On Saturday, the OVD-Info protest monitoring group said more than 170 people were detained across Russia at memorials to pay their respects to and grieve for the

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Roger Waters on Gaza, resistance and doing the right thing | TV Shows

The co-founder of the band Pink Floyd joins us for a conversation about activism, rock and resistance. Roger Waters, the bassist, singer-songwriter and co-founder of Pink Floyd, has been an outspoken voice for Palestine for years. Often wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh scarf when he performs in front of thousands around the world, Waters doesn’t hold

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Blastoff! Japan's new H3 rocket returns to flight after first test failure – VideoFromSpace

Blastoff! Japan’s new H3 rocket returns to flight after first test failure  VideoFromSpace Watch Japan launch its H3 rocket on return-to-flight mission tonight  Space.com Japan launches second flagship H3 rocket a year after inaugural flight self-destructed  The Guardian H3 reaches orbit on second launch  SpaceNews JAXA ready for second attempt to reach orbit with H3 – NASASpaceFlight.com  NASASpaceflight.com Source link

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At Rio’s Carnival parades, Yanomami activists fight ‘genocide’ with samba | Indigenous Rights News

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Yellow and green feathers radiating from his headdress, Davi Kopenawa strode onto the parade route with a mission in mind. All around him, the city of Rio de Janeiro was pulsing with music and merry-making: It was February 12, and the world’s largest Carnival celebration was under way. But Kopenawa

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The impact of anti-Arab and anti-Muslim sentiment in the US | Israel War on Gaza

Following an inflammatory piece in the Wall Street Journal, Marc Lamont Hill talks to Dearborn Mayor Abdullah Hammoud. Since the October 7th attacks and the beginning of Israel’s war on Gaza, there’s been an uptick in anti-Muslim and anti-Arab rhetoric and incidents across the United States. A few weeks ago, an opinion piece published by

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