Author: Megan Edwards Prat

The Tigray Crisis Enters Third Week Without Signs That Hostilities Will Cease

Alamata, a small town in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray, usually famous for its beautiful green mountains, is now the battleground in Ethiopia’s unfolding civil war. The fighting broke out on November 4th between the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), and the federal government. The conflict stemmed from the Prime

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Protesters In Belarus Threaten National Strike, Pressure Lukashenko to Resign

Nearly three months after the disputed re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko to his sixth-term in government, Belarusian protestors are still swarming the streets, demanding the resignation of a leader often deemed “Europe’s last dictator.” Factory workers, business owners, and students went on strike Monday, October 26th after Lukashenko ignored a

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