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Demands Full Civil Government, Thousands Demonstrate in Khartoum

Thousands of people took to the streets in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, demanding the formation of a fully civilian government. Relations between army generals and Sudanese pro-democracy groups over the country’s future have deteriorated in recent weeks. Sudan has been ruled by an interim government consisting of a mix …

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Thousands Protest against COVID-19 Restrictions in Romania

Thousands of people marched in Bucharest on Saturday (2/10) to protest the restrictions that will begin on Monday (3/10) to contain a surge in coronavirus infections. The European nation of 19 million has seen a sharp rise in daily coronavirus cases. A month ago, the figure was about 1,000 new …

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Power Takeover Protest, Thousands of Tunisians Take to the Streets

Thousands of demonstrators on Sunday (26/9), gathered in the Tunisian capital to protest President Kais Saied’s usurpation of power, calling for him to resign immediately. Saied this week overruled most of the 2014 constitution, giving himself the power to govern by decree two months after he sacked the prime minister, …

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Ahead of Arbain Day, Thousands of Shiites Crowded Karbala

Thousands of Shia Muslims on Sunday (26/9) thronged the city of Karbala in Iraq to commemorate Arbain Day, the day that 40 days of mourning ended after the death of Imam Hussein, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad. Many worshipers perform Shiite religious rituals such as beating their chests and …

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