Week of November 28th

 Fidel Castro, the former leader of Cuba.


Fighting in Rwenzururu

Fighting broke out in Uganda between government forces and royal guards of the Rwenzururu kingdom, a somewhat autonomous region.The royal guard supports King Charles Wesley Mumb...

 Week of November 21

Election workers sort ballots in the 2011 Haitian elections.


United Nations Considers South Sudan Arms Embargo

On Thursday, the United States announced that it was willing to impose an arms embargo against South Sudan as well as travel restricti...

November 16, 2016

View of a November, 2016, protest in Indonesia. 

The interconnectivity between growing Islamic extremism across the globe cannot be disputed or underestimated. It is undeniable; a growing wave of Salafist fundamentalism is gaining traction, stemming from the battlegroun...

 Week of November 14th

View of Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia. 


Over 11,000 Arrested in Ethiopia

It was announced on November 13th that over 11,000 individuals had been arrested in Ethiopia since the government, which has been in power for 25 years, imposed a six-...

Week of November 7th 

Nicaragua’s president, Daniel Ortega. 


Museveni Closes University Following Protest

Following months of protests at Makerere University, President Yoweri Museveni has decided to close one of Uganda’s oldest academic institutions.  Lecturers hav...

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