News 16.2.2021 a les 17:45h

In Turkey, pro-Kurdish HDP faces again mass arrests, threats of outlawing

718 people, including prominent members of Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party HDP, have been arrested a day after the Turkish government announced that 13 Turkish nationals had been executed by the PKK in an operation in South Kurdistan (Iraq). The wave of arrests takes place as Turkish far-right party MHP, the main parliamentary ally of Erdogan’s AKP, insists on outlawing the HDP. Keep reading

Bandera de l'HDP.
News 29.1.2021 a les 12:30h

Scottish government’s renewed bid for independence: some background data

The Scottish National Party (SNP) has unveiled a Scottish government’s plan to hold a second independence referendum if, in next May’s elections, pro-independence parties win a majority. The SNP seeks to reach an agreement with the UK government, but in case that is not possible, the pro-independence party does not rule out a legal and political conflict. Boris Johnson, for the moment, is sticking to a strict “no”, despite some speculation to the contrary. The following are important facts and figures to take into account in order to have some context. Keep reading

Nicola Sturgeon, primera ministra escocesa, en una imatge d'arxiu.
News 19.1.2021 a les 08:45h

Quebec Inuit seek to achieve autonomy through “self-determination process”

Quebec announced in December 2020 an agreement to demarcate 20% of its northern territory —home to the Inuit people— to protect it from industrial exploitation. But Quebec’s main Inuit organisation, the Makivik Corporation, is saying now is not the time to talk about that, as the priority lies in an ongoing “self-determination process” that should lead to the creation of an autonomous government in Nunavik. Keep reading

Kuujjuaq, la capital del Nunavik.
News 29.12.2020 a les 10:15h

Our 10 most read articles of 2020

Three articles on Nagorno-Karabakh are among the 10 most read in Nationalia among those published in 2020. New articles on linguistic diversity have been the other major focus of interest among our readers, along with some background analysis on countries that are not usually make headlines. Thank you all for reading, and we hope that next year will be better than the one we are closing. Keep reading

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