The Newsmakers

Atrocities in Tigray | Niger Attacks

For months Ethiopia’s prime minister denied Eritrean forces were operating in Tigray, but now Abiy Ahmed has acknowledged Eritrean troops were backing him in the war-torn region. We ask what it will take to bring the conflict to a close. And in Niger we look at an attack that killed 137 men, women and children. Guests: Derese Kassa Sociology Professor at Iona College Meaza Gidey Gebremedhin Tigrayan Activist with Omna Tigray Advocacy Group David Otto Counter Terrorism Specialist

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Militia-Farmer Conflict: Fragile truce holds between farmers and 'bandits' in Nigeria

Are the wives Boko Haram fighters victims or terrorists?

Are the wives Boko Haram fighters victims or terrorists?

Do the wives of Boko Haram fighters pose a security risk?

Do the wives of Boko Haram fighters pose a security risk?

Rwandan Genocide Report

Rwandan Genocide Report

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Myanmar Coup Enters Third Month

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India's Second Coronavirus Wave

India's Second Coronavirus Wave

Raising the Curtains

Raising the Curtains

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden's Foreign Policy Approach

Biden and the Economy

Biden and the Economy

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

India’s Coronavirus Crisis

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

The Newsmakers Talks to Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Casualties Mount as Civilian Resistance to the Military Coup in Myanmar Grows Stronger

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

Riyadh’s Offer to the Houthis

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