Author: Peyton Upchurch

Sudan PM Survives Assassination Attempt, Arrests Made

Several arrests have been made in conjunction with an attempt on the life of the Sudanese Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok. The event, which authorities are calling  an assassination attempt, underscores a time of instability in Sudan as the nation moves into a civilian-ruled system. Sudanese state media have reported that

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Car Drives Into Carnival Crowd In German Town

German police arrested a man on Feb. 24 in connection with a potential terrorist attack in Volksmaren. While police could not provide many details, they urged the public not to spread information that is not accurate. The suspect is a 29-year-old German citizen and was accused of intentionally ramming his car

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14 Children Among Dozens Killed In Attack In Ntumbo, Cameroon

According to a report released by the United Nations, at least 14 children were among dozens of people killed last weekend in an attack in Ntumbo, an English-speaking region of Cameroon.  CNN reported that the attacks were carried out by national security forces, who were looking for separatist rebels. Separatists

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Johnson Vows To Toughen Terror Rules After London Attack

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to crack down on terrorism rulings following a London terror attack. Days after extremist Sudesh Amman was released prior to the completion of his jail term, Johnson told the U.K. press that he had “come to the end of [his] patience” with the

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Pro Gun Militia Groups Descend On Virginia

The U.S. state Virginia and its government held its breath last weekend as a pro-firearm rally descended onto Richmond. The event drew a variety of self-declared militia groups and was organized as a protest in favour of the Second Amendment, in opposition to recent gun control legislation passed by Virginia’s

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French Police Clear Migrant Makeshift Camps In Northern Paris

On 6 November, the French government announced an outline for stricter immigration and migration policy, and just one day later, French police vacated two migrant camps in northern Paris. Nearly 600 officers arrived at around 6:00 a.m. on 7 November to begin escorting migrant families and individuals from the camps

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