Burmese hip-hop artist is sentenced to 20-years in prison for criticizing Myanmar military leaders on a Facebook livestream complaining about daily electricity shortages.
Iran, Saudi Arabia and the UAE enter surprising collaborative effort into the BRICS blog empowering it further from already representing 40% of the world’s population.
Militia clashes involving neighboring countries are threatening stability in Libya, U.N. official said, while U.S. is eyeing Wagner groups’ activities in the region.
Two pro-military parties with links to outgoing Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha joins government coalition as Thai election winner The Move Forward Party is left out.
Teaching assistant at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Cambodian premier orders authorities to establish conservation zones with fishing ban to save Irrawaddy dolphins after close to a dozen died the past year alone.
Amid Greenland’s search for new business partners, the European Union establishes first office in Nuuk as the island’s exports decreased by 15% after Russian sanctions.
Denmark and Greenland will establish an independent commission mapping the two countries relationship starting from WWII. Result’s will show if Denmark followed UN decolonization requirements.
Danish authorities lack an understanding of cultural differences when placing Greenlandic children in care
Children with Greenlandic parents have a higher chance of been taken into care homes in Denmark partly due to language and cultural understandings with Danish authorities.
Report concludes serious lack of Sami language skills and cultural knowledge among workers in 13 Sápmi Norwegian municipalities making it difficult to enforce local rights.