Day: October 11, 2020

Anti-Sisi Anger Returns To Egyptian Streets

Despite a ban on unauthorized demonstrations since 2013, and thousands detained and prosecuted since then, anti-Sisi protests returned to Egyptian streets on September 20th, 2020 in a flurry of anger. Protesters shouted, “Say it out loud and don’t be scared, el-Sisi has got to go” as they took to the

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Reports of Human Rights Abuses In Guinea As The Presidential Election Nears

In a damning report, human rights group Amnesty International has denounced a fundamental lack of accountability within Guinea’s security forces over the last year. A brutal repression of anti-government protests occurred between October 2019 and July 2020, as Guinean civilians took to the streets in opposition to Alpha Conde, the

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Armenian, Azeri Forces Battle Again; 21 Reported Dead

At least 21 people were killed on September 28th when Armenian and Azeri forces opened fire after a second day of heavy clashes over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. The battle involved airpower, missiles, and powerful armor, with both sides accusing the other of serious artillery. The dispute between Armenia and

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