Daily Archives: November 16, 2019

Burkina Faso Continues To Struggle With Islamist Insurgent Groups

Burkina Faso lived one of the worst episodes of violence in recent years on Wednesday November 6th, when 37 people were killed and more than 60 wounded in an ambush attack in the East of the country. Armed men opened fire on a convoy carrying workers for the Canadian mining […]

Filling The Political Vacuum In Bolivia: Morales’ Resignation

Bolivia is facing a political crisis following Evo Morales’ resignation on Sunday. The United States has backed the self-declared interim leader Jeanine Anez in Morales’ place, and Morales has expressed his adamant displeasure. Speaking on Wednesday from his refuge in Mexico where he has been given political asylum, Morales announced […]

Myanmar Sued For Rohingya Genocide In ICJ’s First Humanitarian Crisis Lawsuit

On November 13, civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and army chief Min Aung Hlang along with several other top Myanmar officials faced first legal action over the Rohingya crisis. The International Criminal Court has approved a full investigation of crimes against the Rohingya minority, according to Reuters from the […]

Ugandan Police Raids LGBT Friendly Bar And Results in the Charge Of 67 People 1

According to the Independent, 67 people have been charged by a Ugandan court after the police had raided a lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) friendly bar “considered to be one of the few safe spaces left for the LGBT+ community in the capital of Kampala.” PinkNews claimed that the […]