Sudan

Weekly Recap: Jan 31 to Feb 6

Weekly Recap: Jan 31 to Feb 6

Feb 7: Thousands protest against vaccine mandates in Canada last Saturday (Feb 5), Amnesty International calls Israel an apartheid state last Tuesday (Feb 1), Demonstrators protest against racism in Brazil after Congolese refugee killed last Saturday (Feb 5).

Weekly Recap: Jan 17 to Jan 23

Weekly Recap: Jan 17 to Jan 23

Jan 24: Indonesia names new capital “Nusantara”, Barbados holds its first elections after officially transitioning to a republic, with the incumbent party winning in a landslide victory, Britain warns against Russia and China that the West will not tolerate dictatorial aggression and coercion.

Weekly Recap: Jan 3 to Jan 9

Weekly Recap: Jan 3 to Jan 9

Jan 10: United States (US) officials raise the possibility of restricting military manoeuvres and missile deployments in Eastern Europe, North Korea successfully tests hypersonic missile, Armed bandits attack the northwestern Nigerian state of Zamfara, leaving an estimated 200 dead.

Weekly Recap: Nov 22 to Nov 28

Weekly Recap: Nov 22 to Nov 28

Nov 29: At least 27 refugees and asylum seekers die while crossing the English Channel, The Socialist Party of Venezuela clinches a big victory winning 20 out of 23 governor posts, China reduces its diplomatic engagement with Lithuania following the Baltic state’s opening of a de facto embassy in Taiwan.

Weekly Recap: Oct 25 to Oct 31

Weekly Recap: Oct 25 to Oct 31

Nov 1: General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan ousts Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok in a military coup in Sudan, Iran’s nuclear negotiations to resume by the end of November, China’s Foreign Minister warns that countries, including the US would pay the price if they continue to “wilfully” push their overtures on Taiwan.

Weekly Recap: Sep 13 to Sep 19

Weekly Recap: Sep 13 to Sep 19

Sep 20: French submarine building deal with Australia abruptly ended after the latter decided to join a defence pact with the United Kingdom and the United States, the US government admits that a drone strike conducted in Kabul killed 10 innocent people, and Iran formally begins the process to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, a Eurasia-adjacent alliance.

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