Day: June 30, 2020

Sudanese Protesters Express Dissatisfaction With Transition Government

On June 30th in Sudan, demonstrations organized by the Sudanese Professionals’ Association and by Resistance Committees occurred in Khartoum, Kassala, and Darfur. The protesters are gathering despite the closing of city streets and the use of tear gas by police. Participants are utilizing the phrase popular during last year’s ousting

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UNESCO World Heritage Site Under Fire in Yemen

Earlier this month, The Southern Transitional Council (STC) captured the remote Island of Socotra, 350 miles east of Somalia. The ancient island is the largest of four islands in the archipelago corridor of Yemen, famed for  unparalleled biodiversity and mystical landscape. Socotra is referenced in several historical texts – including

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Hong Kong – So Much For One Country, Two Systems…

The National People’s Congress of China has once again undermined the autonomy of Hong Kong with its decision to pass controversial security legislation. The law in question will see “separatism” and “foreign interference” and “dissent” outlawed. When Hong Kong was formally handed over to China in 1997 as a Special

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