Day: October 22, 2020

30 People Killed From Insurgency Attack In Nigeria

An attack occurred at 2:00 pm on Friday, September 25th 2020 in Northeast Nigeria against Borno’s regional governor’s convoy, killing 30 people. The governor, Babagana Umara Zulum, was taken away from the attack in an armoured police vehicle and remained safe. The attack was made by a Boko Haram insurgency:

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Democracy Is in Danger In Thailand

In March, this year a popular pro-democracy party was dissolved by the incumbent government, and protests have been happening in Bangkok since then. The protestors have called for the dissolution of the government and scrapping the current constitution that was installed by the government after it came to power via

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Thai Protests Continue In Defiance Of Government Ban

In the biggest challenge for years to an establishment long dominated by the army and palace, protesters are calling for the resignation of the government, the drafting of a new constitution, and an end to the authorities harassing people who exercise their freedom of expression. Some of the protests included

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Two Supreme Court Justices Oppose Marriage Quality

Supreme Court justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito expressed a desire to overturn marriage quality in a four-page opinion released on Monday, 5 October. The two justices previously expressed dissenting opinions during the Obergefell v. Hodges case, the historic 2015 ruling that guaranteed sex-same marriage under the Fourteenth Amendment to

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Bangladesh To Institute Death Penalty For Rape Cases

The government of Bangladesh approved measures on October 12th to institute the death penalty for cases of rape. This follows weeks of widespread protests incited by a number of recent assault cases, including the brutal gang rape of a 37-year-old woman in Noakhali on September 2nd, which was filmed and

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