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Mid Week Digest – 05/10/2023

Pro-Khan unrest in Pakistan, upcoming elections in Turkey and flooding in Rwanda and DRC   Pakistan: Former PM’s arrest fuels violent, widespread protests The arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan on May 9 triggered violent countrywide protests that have resulted in significant travel disruptions, clashes between security forces and

Mid Week Digest – 05/03/2023

Homicides spike in Costa Rica and worldwide May Day Protests   Costa Rica: Record-high crime figures prompt crackdown on gangs Recent figures released by Costa Rican law enforcement indicate a rising threat of gang-related crime, including homicide, particularly in areas of San José and Limón provinces. Statistics provided by the

Mid Week Digest – 04/26/2023

Evacuations ongoing amid ceasefire in Sudan and French unions plan May Day rallies   Sudan: Temporary ceasefire enables evacuation of foreign nationals A 72-hour ceasefire between Sudan’s warring factions has enabled the evacuation of thousands of foreign nationals despite reports of intermittent gunfire and explosions in and around the capital

Mid Week Digest – 04/19/2023

Military factions fighting across Sudan and Ugandan anti-LGBTQ bill awaits presidential approval   Sudan: High casualties, mass disruption reported amid military clashes Rival military factions battling for control of Sudan have caused five consecutive days of violence, endangering civilians and disrupting critical services. Clashes between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF)

Mid Week Digest – 04/12/2023

State of Emergency in Honduras and Northern Ghana and Togo boost security   Honduras: State of Emergency extended for third time amid high crime As part of an ongoing anti-gang initiative, Honduran President Xiomara Castro and her administration have once again extended a state of emergency in many parts of

Mid Week Digest – 04/05/2023

State of Emergency in Western Ecuador and opposition protests in Senegal   Ecuador: Lasso declares State of Emergency over rising insecurity Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso declared a 60-day State of Emergency (SoE) in Zone 8 – which includes the cantons of Guayaquil, Durán, and Samborondón – and the nearby provinces

Mid Week Digest – 03/29/2023

Labor groups stage massive 24-hr strike in Germany and Netanyahu delays judicial overhaul in Israel   Germany: Labor strike paralyzes transportation networks nationwide Large-scale labor actions paralyzed nearly all modes of transit across Germany on March 27, as two unions organized demonstrations, strikes, and walkouts to demand significant wage increases

Mid Week Digest – 03/22/2023

Pension reform protests escalate in France and violent anti-government rallies in Kenya   France: Protests against pension reforms persist, turn violent Demonstrations and labor strikes against pension reforms have escalated into violent protests across France, deteriorating the security environment in the country over the past week. Millions of protesters throughout

Mid Week Digest – 03/15/2023

Cyclone Freddy impacts Mozambique and Malawi and anti-government protests in Moldova   Southern Africa: Cyclone leaves casualties, widespread damage Tropical Cyclone Freddy has brought heavy landfall and 150 mph (240 kph) winds to Mozambique and Malawi since March 11, causing casualties, internal displacement, and extensive damage to infrastructure and private

Mid Week Digest – 03/08/2023

Anti-extractives protests in southern Columbia, civil unrest flares in Sri Lanka and earthquake, cyclones strike Vanuatu   Colombia: Government reaches agreement with protestors at oil site A weeks-long protest denouncing the operating practices of a foreign-owned oil and gas company in Los Pozos – a town in Colombia’s southern Caquetá

Mid Week Digest – 03/01/2023

Unrest over electoral reforms in Mexico, settler riots inflame tensions in West Bank and presidential elections in Nigeria   Mexico: Tens of thousands protest divisive electoral reforms Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across Mexico on Feb. 26 in response to proposed electoral reforms that are expected

Mid Week Digest – 02/22/2023

TTP attack in southern Pakistan and flooding impacts coastal Brazil   Pakistan: Karachi police station attack claimed by Pakistani Taliban A Feb. 17 attack on a police headquarters in the southern city of Karachi highlights the motivation and capability of Pakistan’s largest and most active terrorist group – the Tehrik-i-Taliban

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