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Pristina reacts to recognition withdrawal: Not true

A Kosovo foreign minister's adviser says there is “nothing true” in the news that the Comoros has withdrawn its recognition of Kosovo. “No, there is nothing true about this news,” Jetlir Ziberaj said in a brief statement for Pristina-based websit [Read story...]

.com | Violence eases on troubled Comoros island

Violence on the troubled Comoran island of Anjouan subsided on Friday after four days of deadly clashes between government forces and rebels opposed to President Azali Assoumani. The government sent in reinforcements to quell the unrest, which follow [Read story...]

.com | Gunfire in Comoros as govt tightens crackdown

Residents of Comoros Island Anjouan main city Mutsamudu stand by a crossroad in the neighbourhood of Chitangani in Anjouan, Comoros. Comoros security forces intensified their crackdown against anti-government rebels on the island of Anjouan on Thursd [Read story...]

Comoros’ embattled opposition facing crackdown

Comoros' President Azali Assoumani speaks during the General Debate of the 73rd session of the General Assembly at the United Nations in New York on September 27, 2018. AFP PHOTO The creation of a single five-year presidential term, required to r [Read story...]

Another power grab in the Comoros

ON AVERAGE, someone attempts a coup in the Comoros every two years. The impoverished country, consisting of three Indian Ocean islands and 800,000 people, has also weathered secession attempts in its turbulent 43 years since independence. [Read story...]

.com | Outspoken Comoros VP stripped of key duties

The vice president of the Comoros, who recently denounced President Azali Assoumani's plans for a constitutional referendum as “illegal”, has been stripped of most of his duties as part of a cabinet reshuffle. As vice president, Ahmed Said Jaffar [Read story...]

Comoros to join southern African bloc in August

The Indian Ocean archipelago of the Comoros announced Monday it would join southern Africa's regional bloc in August, saying the French-speaking country sought to develop ties with English-speaking nations. “We want to open the Comoros to English [Read story...]