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Malians ral­ly af­ter army calls for protests over ECOW­AS sanc­tions
Thou­sands protest across Mali in sup­port of rul­ing mil­i­tary af­ter West Africa bloc im­posed sanc­tions over de­layed vote.
14 Jan 2022
Tunisia po­lice use wa­ter can­non to dis­perse pro­test­ers
Tu­nis sees heavy po­lice pres­ence as hun­dreds ral­ly against Pres­i­dent Kais Saied de­spite COVID re­stric­tions.
14 Jan 2022
Su­dan se­cu­ri­ty forces fire tear gas at anti-coup pro­test­ers
A pro­test­er and a se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer have been killed as protests con­tin­ue against the Oc­to­ber 25 mil­i­tary coup.
13 Jan 2022
Kaza­khstan un­rest high­lights tricky ter­rain of fuel sub­sidy cuts
When gov­ern­ments try to let the mar­ket de­ter­mine en­er­gy prices, it can trig­ger mass up­ris­ings.
13 Jan 2022
Kaza­khstan de­tains near­ly 1,700 more peo­ple over un­rest
Kaza­kh au­thor­i­ties have now ar­rest­ed about 12,000 peo­ple for al­leged par­tic­i­pa­tion in anti-gov­ern­ment protests.
12 Jan 2022
In Kaza­khstan, the vi­o­lence has eased but ques­tions loom
Kaza­khs from Al­maty to the rur­al re­gions are in shock af­ter rare and bloody protests rocked the na­tion of 19 mil­lion.
12 Jan 2022
Dozens of Cuban pro­test­ers to face tri­al this week, rel­a­tives say
Demon­stra­tors were de­tained dur­ing un­prece­dent­ed July protests over food short­ages, ris­ing prices and oth­er griev­ances.
11 Jan 2022
Do Kaza­khstan’s protests sig­nal an end to the Nazarbayev era?
Yev­geniy Zhovtis, a promi­nent ac­tivist in Al­maty, ex­plains the caus­es and po­ten­tial ef­fects of un­prece­dent­ed un­rest.
11 Jan 2022
Pro­test­ers call for ac­tion to pre­vent Bosnia slid­ing into war
Ral­lies held in 14 coun­tries over fears that Bosn­ian Serb moves to­wards se­ces­sion could trig­ger con­flict.
10 Jan 2022
Libyan se­cu­ri­ty forces vi­o­lent­ly break up mi­grant protest
Se­cu­ri­ty forces ar­rest­ed hun­dreds of mi­grants protest­ing out­side a shut­tered UN cen­tre, ac­tivists and mi­grants said.
10 Jan 2022
Kaza­kh leader de­clares ‘coup d’etat’ over as Putin claims vic­to­ry
Pres­i­dent Tokayev says ‘coun­tert­er­ror­ism’ op­er­a­tion to end soon af­ter days of bloody protests.
10 Jan 2022
2 demon­stra­tors killed at Su­dan protest against mil­i­tary rule
Both died af­ter be­ing struck by tear gas can­is­ters as thou­sands of anti-coup pro­test­ers ral­lied.
9 Jan 2022
From: Inside Story
What will Rus­sia gain from in­ter­ven­ing in Kaza­khstan?
Kaza­kh Pres­i­dent Kassym-Jo­mart Tokayev asked a Russ­ian-led mil­i­tary al­liance for help to quell mass protests.
26:05
8 Jan 2022
Kaza­kh pres­i­dent gives shoot-to-kill or­der to quell protests
Se­cu­ri­ty forces ap­pear to re­take con­trol of Kaza­khstan’s main city a day af­ter ar­rival of Rus­sia-led troops.
7 Jan 2022
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