by Ambra Visentin After nearly a decade of war, the humanitarian situation in Yemen is collapsing. Fighting between government forces, led by Rashad al Alimi and backed by a Saudi-led coalition, and Houthi rebels, also known as Ansar Allah, who...
by Raffaele Crocco The fear of an escalation in the Near East following the action of pro-Iranian militias against a US base in Jordan is shared by the chancelleries of many countries. The three dead American soldiers are an obstacle...
by Theo Guzman After months of military stalemate, more than 30,000 casualties, millions of displaced people, 36 months of emergency rule and massive arrests, the Burmese military junta is facing an unprecedented series of setbacks on the third anniversary of...
By Ambra Visentin One month into 2024, we are already seeing the results of some major elections, the first of a very long series in a record year: no fewer than 76 Countries are going to the polls, representing 51%...
by Ambra Visentin In September 2023, Azerbaijan launched a large-scale military offensive against the self-declared breakaway State of Artsakh in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which is internationally recognised as part of Azerbaijan but has been disputed with Armenia since 1993. The...
by Ambra Visentin  Cover image by Sami Darwich In October 2022, a French court issued arrest warrants for four senior Syrian commanders for war crimes against civilians. Among these was Salah Abou Nabout, a French-Syrian who was killed in a barrel...
By Ambra Visentin House by house, hospital by hospital, refugee camp by refugee camp. Israel's ground assault on Gaza continues, with IDF forces pushing south with an attack on Khan Yunis, the territory's second largest city, where the Hamas leadership...
by Ambra Visentin In August 2013, more than 1,000 people were killed in Douma and in the district of Eastern Ghouta, in Syria, with banned chemical weapons. Two weeks ago, French criminal investigative judges have issued arrest warrant against Syria's President...
by Ambra Visentin A dozen Syrian human rights groups, civil society organisations and international legal experts have been laying the groundwork for the past two years. Today, they launched the initiative to create a court to try users of globally...
by Ambra Visentin The ongoing ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, which began last Friday (24 October) and is expected to end today, has allowed humanitarian aid to flow more freely into the Gaza Strip, but not enough to meet the...

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