Day: February 2, 2022

Burkina Faso Suspended From African Union Following Coup

The African Union has voted to suspend Burkina Faso following the country’s military coup. The A.U.’s Peace and Security Council released a statement announcing their decision “to suspend the participation of Burkina Faso in all A.U. activities until the effective restoration of constitutional order in the country.” A military faction

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French Lawmakers Receive Death Threats Because Of Government-Approved Vaccine Pass 

French lawmakers from France’s ruling party received death threats from anti-vaccination protestors over a bill that imposes further restrictions on unvaccinated people. The new bill went into effect mid-January despite tens of thousands of unvaccinated people protesting throughout France, according to Euro News. The backlash against French politicians came from anti-vaccination protestors

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Kurdistan Vs. Syria: A Conflict For Autonomy

Kurdish-led forces raided a prison seized by Islamic State fighters in northeastern Syria and forced at least 300 militants to surrender. The Islamic State seized this prison in an attempt to free thousands of fellow jihadists and is using hundreds of imprisoned boys as human shields. Around 180 inmates and

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