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29 Nov 2020
Hundreds of demonstrators march against the death of a black man who was beaten to death by white guards at a Carrefour supermarket and some clash with police in the evening.
26 Nov 2020
A 72 hour deadline for surrender issued against Tigray fighters runs out and Prime minister Abiy Ahmed rejects all international interference. In Senegal, campaigners are slowly making headway in changing attitudes of families who continue to impose FGM on their daughters. And finally the continent reacts to the passing of football legend Diego Maradona.
15 Nov 2020
Protests have broken out in Yerevan after a Russian-brokered peace deal was signed by Armenia and Azerbaijan. Many Armenians want the prime minister's resignation for agreeing to a cease-fire agreement.
12 Nov 2020
Aftermath of #EndSARS protests: Lagos seaport corridor still congested
11 Nov 2020
Aftermath of protests: IGP team inspects vandalised stations in Ogun
30 Oct 2020
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27 Oct 2020
Growing civil unrest across Thailand could deal a big blow to its economy, already battered by the COVID-19 pandemic. A cursory glance through Thailand's history with its many coups only amplifies those concerns.
21 Oct 2020
Protests that began about two weeks ago over abuses by the police's loathed Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) have spiralled dramatically with violence reported in several cities.
20 Oct 2020
Hoodlums hijacking protests should not be mischaracterised - Awosanya
19 Oct 2020
Thousands of demonstrators opposing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rally in Jerusalem, as coronavirus restrictions, that previously limited demonstrations, are lifted.
16 Oct 2020
Young Nigerians took to the streets to force the end of a notorious police unit last week. The call to #EndSARS was ultimately met and protesters seem determined to stay on the streets to hold power to account.
11 Oct 2020
Hundreds of Algerians have defied a nationwide ban on protests and taken to the streets of Algiers to demand democratic change and mark the anniversary of 1988 demonstrations that ushered in reforms.

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We take a look at some of the independent features in the sidebar sections of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about Philippe Faucon’s "Les Harkis", which is screening in the Director's Fortnight selection. Set in 1959, it shines a light on the Algerian men who were enlisted to fight for the French Army in units known as Harkis and explores the repercussions they faced as a newly independent Algeria emerged from a deeply traumatic war of independence.
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