Nigeria's patience for the overzealous SARS police unit has reached a breaking point as thousands have taken to the streets in protest. Yet peaceful demonstrations have been met by police violence and murder as Nigeria is launched into civil unrest.
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Conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan may increase intra-NATO tensions as Turkish and NATO interests diverge and conflict.
Since the start of the European Migrant Crisis in 2013, asylum seekers have been confined to camps in the Greek Islands. Now, as they face COVID-19, overpopulation and mass fires, the EU is failing to protect their rights.
Armenia and Azerbaijan's 'frozen conflict', rooted in the Soviet Union's dissolution, has intensified under the eye of powerful state actors.
The death and subsequent rush to fill the seat of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has shone a light on the politicization of America's highest court. So why is this not the same in Canada and how does our nomination process differ?