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30 Oct 2022
A curfew is in place in Chad as the government suspends seven opposition parties. On Thursday, at least 50 protesters were killed during clashes with police as people demonstrated against interim leader D├ęby extending his term by two years.

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A year on from the controversial US Supreme Court decision to end the constitutional right to an abortion, one expert on medical law believes there are reasons to be hopeful on a global scale for pro-choice campaigners. Despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade, there has been a "Green Wave" in Latin American countries. In the last two years, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia have either decriminalised or fully legalised the procedure.
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Tens of thousands of peoples attended an opposition rally in Poland's capital, ahead of a vote that could determine its future in the European Union.
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The Canadian foreign minister said an Indian diplomat was asked to leave the country after intelligence alleged that Indian state actors could be behind the killing of a prominent Sikh leader.
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Turkish media cited the interior minister as saying two "terrorists" blew up a car outside the ministry's gate. Gunshots were also reportedly heard in the area after the blast.
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It's not every day that both the Kremlin and its fiercest critics unite in outrage at the European Union. But that's precisely what happened recently, after the EU banned Russian citizens from bringing their personal vehicles into the bloc. And it wasn't just about cars. The Moscow Times reported that the ban appeared to include goods ranging from smartphones and laptops, to everyday necessities like toothpaste and toilet paper.