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Enes Kanter Freedom: President Biden Let Me Down 

In a captivating tête-à-tête interview with Enes Kanter, the towering figure in the NBA realm and a staunch defender of human rights, I was privy to a transformative chapter of his life. At that time, he was playing for the Portland Trail Blazers while fearlessly expressing his disapproval of Turkish President Erdogan’s policies. Kanter was…

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Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries on Leading with Integrity 

Leader Jeffries was the recipient of heartfelt appreciation from President Biden at the Congressional picnic at the White House on Wednesday, a bipartisan event designed to allow legislators to spend some time with one another. In an address before the members of Congress on the South Lawn, Biden expressed his profound admiration for Leader Jeffries,…

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SCOOP: Chairman McCaul’s Leadership of House Foreign Affairs Committee Under Scrutiny After “Disastrous” Serbia-Kosovo Hearing 

Republicans in the European Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee convened a hearing on the Stability and Security of the Western Balkans on Tuesday. The hearing aimed to address the concerns of House Republicans regarding the Biden administration’s perceived insufficient response to escalating tensions in the Western Balkans, particularly in northern Kosovo.  In the…

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Complex Geopolitical Web Entangles Nagorno-Karabakh Ceasefire, Leaving Region On Edge

Relative calm returned to Nagorno Karabakh on Wednesday after Armenian separatists reached a tentative truce with Azerbaijan, which launched a full-scale military operation a day before in a bid to wrestle back full control of the enclave and secure the surrender of the local militia. At least 200 people, including 10 civilians, were believed to…




Liz Truss Defends Controversial Premiership

LONDON—Former Prime Minister Liz Truss, known for her tumultuous and brief tenure in Downing Street, defended her actions today, insisting that her only regret was moving too swiftly in her role. Truss, whose tenure was marred by a disastrous “mini-budget” that sent shockwaves through the financial markets, ultimately leading to an embarrassing and damaging U-turn,…


DC Blockchain Summit: US government officials emphasize the importance of privacy and accountability in the adoption of digital assets

The cryptocurrency industry is continually evolving and expanding, making it critical to understand the perspectives of US government officials who shape the legal landscape. At the DC Blockchain Summit, Sanjeev Bhasker, US Digital Currency Counsel at the Digital Currency Initiative of the DOJ’s Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section/NCET, Matt Cronin, Director of National Cybersecurity…


Beyond the Tennis Court: Matija Pecotic’s Lessons in Life and Business

Matija Pecotic’s life unfolds like the pages of a captivating novel—a rich tapestry of cultural experiences woven together by his unique journey. Born in Belgrade, living on the sun-soaked shores of Malta, with Croatian parents, and now embracing his identity as an American, Pecotic’s story is a testament to the richness of cross-cultural immersion. A…

Resounding applause as VP Harris concludes address at Rainbow PUSH Convention

CHICAGO —VP Kamala Harris arrived at the Rainbow PUSH Convention at the Apostolic Church of God at 1:40 pm. VP Harris commenced her speech, focusing on the influential legacy and accomplishments of Rev. Jesse Jackson throughout the decades. She lauded his civil rights advocacy within the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and beyond. Highlighting his groundbreaking presidential…

Mayor Johnson: Rev. Jesse Jackson is an architect of Chicago’s soul

CHICAGO—Civil rights leader, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, announced his plans to step down as president of the Chicago-based Rainbow PUSH Coalition, the international human and civil rights organization that he founded. Jackson made the announcement on July 8, stating, “I’m going to make a transition pretty soon.” During his address, Jackson expressed his lengthy commitment…

Mayor Brandon Johnson Condemns Supreme Court Decision Rolling Back LGBTQ+ Protections

CHICAGO—In response to the recent Supreme Court decision allowing businesses to deny services based on personal beliefs, Mayor Brandon Johnson expressed his strong disapproval, citing concerns about equality and the establishment of a dangerous precedent. Mayor Johnson emphasized the need to prevent further discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community, especially when their rights are already being…

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The Balkan Voice Explores The Power Of Culture And Identity

It’s Sunday, and you know what that means – a fresh issue of the Balkan Voice is out. Today, we indulge in a celebration of the diverse cultural identity of expatriates. In an interview with the silver screen sensation, Milos Bikovic, our very own Culture Editor, Milos Rastovic, delves into the captivating connection between culture…

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Rebels And Dissent

Complex matters, simple form Good Morning DC Ksenija Pavlovic McAteer White House Correspondent & Founder of The Pavlovic Today Good morning, DC! As another week of political news wraps up, this one was quite something. The week started on a positive note for the Republicans, who thought they had the votes to push the Gas…

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