Stories about War & Conflict from September, 2022
An estimated 260,000 Russians, mostly men, have left their country since September 21 when President Putin declared a "partial mobilization," Most of the ones fleeing cross land borders to Georgia and Kazakhstan.
The protests we are seeing right now are unprecedented; they could be a sign of things to come for Iran and its people.
According to police records, Mammadli was arrested on the grounds of resisting police, an accusation common among punitive measures used in Azerbaijan to target political and civic activists.
US President Joe Biden stated in a television interview that the US forces would defend Taiwan if China invaded the self-governed state.
The European Council president urged the two leaders to work with their respective populations, preparing them "for a long-term, sustainable peace."
Millions of Azerbaijanis working in Russia and Ukraine are finding themselves forced to choose between their jobs and safety as Russia’s war continues to disrupt the economy on both sides.
In an effort to survive and communicate with the outside world during the nearly four-year long siege (1992–1996), Sarajevo residents dug a tunnel in the yard of the Kolar family.
Advox research into misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information is now in a report. Read an excerpt and download the full pdf.