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23 Oct
Protesters sing and chant at a demonstration against police brutality in Manzini, Eswatini. The tiny African country has been rocked by a wave of pro-democracy demonstrations, including workers from the transport sector as well as pupils and students who have boycotted lessons and called for free schooling.
22 Oct
Emergency crews in Eswatini help people who were injured during pro-democracy protests, in which at least one person died and 80 others were injured. Eswatini security forces used live ammunition to break up a pro-democracy protest by nurses, shooting at least 30 of them, their union says.
21 Oct
Protesters sing and chant at a demonstration against police brutality in Manzini, Eswatini. The tiny African country has been rocked by a wave of pro-democracy demonstrations, including workers from the transport sector as well as pupils and students who have boycotted lessons and called for free schooling.
30 Jun 2021
Authorities imposed a strict curfew to contain the unrest in Africa's last absolute monarchy, as protests against King Mswati III turned violent.
20 Apr 2018
Swaziland’s King Mswati III, Africa’s last absolute monarch, said he has officially renamed the country as the Kingdom of eSwatini.

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