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28 Mar 2021
The 39th weekly protest against Israeli PM Netanyahu's alleged corruption and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic saw thousands gather in Jerusalem with only three days left for the parliamentary elections.
28 Feb 2021
Twenty of France's 101 departments are placed under "reinforced surveillance" due to the increased circulation of the coronavirus epidemic, and may be subject to local confinement measures from the weekend of 6 March if the situation continues to deteriorate, announces Prime Minister Jean Castex.
22 Feb 2021
Spain's government will confront all forms of violence, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says following a third night of violent protests over the jailing of a rapper for controversial tweets.
1 Jan 2021
Authorities in Mali have charged six figures, including former Prime Minister Boubou Cisse, with trying to stage a coup.
14 Dec 2020
Thousands of Pakistan opposition protesters on Sunday rallied against Prime Minister Imran Khan's government in Lahore. It was the latest in a series of rallies across the country organised by an alliance of opposition parties.
13 Dec 2020
Inflatable ducks bob on a pro-democracy crowd of thousands in Thailand's capital Bangkok. They gathered to show their anger after the Thai prime minister was found not guilty of a conflict of interest by the Constitutional Court. The nine-judge court ruled that Prayut Chan-O-Cha was not guilty of conflict of interest by living in an army residence after leaving the military.
25 Oct 2020
Thousands of Thai protesters march on the Prime Minister's office to demand his resignation after scuffling with royalists opposed to the youth-led movement's calls for reforms to the monarchy.
8 Jun 2020
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4 Apr 2020
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg discussed the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in her country. She also called for "stronger multilateral cooperation" and urged more countries to contribute to a multi-donor fund Norway has created at the United Nations to help developing nations deal with the consequences of the global health crisis.
14 Mar 2020
Sudan's post-uprising Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is unharmed after a bomb and gun attack targeted his convoy on Monday on the way to work in the capital Khartoum. Also, in Nigeria, the influential traditional ruler of Kano is dethroned after a long-running row with authorities. Meanwhile, critics of a controversial social media bill speak out against it at a public hearing at the Nigerian Senate. Journalists and social media users are worried it could stifle freedom of expression.
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