Day: November 25, 2021

Is the Prime Minister Increasing or Reducing Tensions in Sudan?

Sudan’s instability has expanded for ages and remains one of the unresolved conflict beds in Africa. For many Sudanese, seeking refuge in other countries has become the next best alternative, but for some who are still staying in Sudan, protesting seems to be another option. Recently, some protesters took to

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Kuwaiti Dissidents Return Home After Emir’s Pardon

Three Kuwaiti dissidents returned home on Monday after ten years of self-imposed exile in Turkey. The three politicians were recently pardoned by Emir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah, as part of his efforts to appease opposing legislators, who have held the country in a state of gridlock. Jamaan al-Harbesh, Mubarak Al-Waalan,

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International Olympic Committee Entering Dangerous Waters

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is supposedly engaging in risky behavior as it takes part in a call with Peng Shuai. This communication was meant to reassure the public of her safety following a three weeks of inactivity. Peng Shuai is a 35-year old World Doubles number one as ranked

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Europe: The Surge In Demonstrations Against COVID-19 Restrictions

On November 20th, protests responding to the Netherlands’ newest partial COVID-19 restrictions turned violent on the second night, according to Al Jazeera. They further stated that police arrested approximately 40 demonstrators, and that “five police officers [have been] injured.” Many officers suffered concussions, knee injuries, and hearing damage; one is

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