News 16.11.2023 a les 09:15h

When Kamira Nait Sid disappeared under a gas cloud

You could hear it when you called Kamira Nait Sid’s phone. A four-minute automated message called for unity to oppose Algerian repression of the Kabyle people. “We demand the release of all political prisoners,” it said at the end. It could be heard until Nait Sid herself, president of the World Amazigh Congress (WAC), also became a political prisoner. A group of hooded men came looking for her at her home on 24 August 2021. Family members and her lawyer were notified three days after the arrest, and charges were filed two days later. Kamira Nait Sid, a renowned intellectual and advocate for human rights and especially women’s rights —she was even a 2014 United Nations scholarship recipient— is accused of “undermining national security and state security” and belonging to a “terrorist organisation.” She has received a three-year prison sentence. Keep reading

Kamira Nait Sid, abans de ser detinguda.
News 6.10.2023 a les 09:45h

Neither recognition nor security perception for Kosovo

Over the past year, clashes have intensified in northern Kosovo. The international community’s attempts at pacification have not been successful, especially since the proposed solution involves forcing Priština to accept autonomy for the Serb community. Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti, who is at odds with all conflict actors, refuses to implement it. Keep reading

Imatges que recorden la repressió sèrbia a Kosovo, davant l'església del Crist Salvador.
News 28.9.2023 a les 13:15h

Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh dissolves itself

The president of the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh, Samvuel Shahramanyan, has signed a decree providing for the dissolution of the self-declared state as of 1 January 2024. The decision comes after a series of military defeats against Azerbaijan, most recently on 20 September.  Keep reading

Bandera de l'Alt Karabakh.
Opinion and analysis 20.9.2023 a les 10:45h

Azerbaijan brings Armenian people to brink of new abyss

The assault by Azerbaijani forces on 19-20 September on what was left of Nagorno-Karabakh, which already lost much of its territory in 2020, puts the Armenian people on the brink of a historic abyss, one more on their long list of misfortunes. The possibility that the centuries-old presence of Armenians in Karabakh is living out its last days is unfolding before everyone. The surrender of Nagorno-Karabakh’s Armenian authorities in the early hours of the 20th leaves the Armenian side in a position of enormous weakness. Keep reading

Monument "Som les nostres muntanyes", lema nacional del Karabakh, més popularment conegut com a Tatik-Papik ('Avi i àvia')
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