Stories about International Relations from August, 2017
"Desperate scenes at Bangladesh's border as Border Guard try to prevent entry to fleeing #Rohingya"
"Finally, President Trump made it clear and said what Afghans were saying in last 15 years: Pakistan hosts terrorists."
A Macedonian court ordered a person to pay 400 euros for writing "ironical statements and insulted a leader of a foreign country."
As diplomatic tensions between Serbia and Macedonia defuse, citizens reaffirm their common goal to live normal lives without threats of war.
"All over the world fans insult and badmouth club presidents, yet no president has left a club because of that."
While Serbian politicians and pro-government media step up war-mongering rhetoric against Macedonia, the common citizens on both sides of the border refuse to get drawn into the fray.
"Every time, they come to kill our brothers. Those are two restaurants beloved of Burkinabe that have been targeted."
At least 6 million people were affected by the floods in Nepal's Terai region and more than 48,000 homes were submerged.
"‘The world’ is not the world outside the window. ‘The world’ is the water in a fish tank, and we are all fish in this tank."
"The Kolkata-Khulna (Maitree Express) train has been relaunched 52 years after the Indo Pakistan War 1965. Cheers!"