Last week in the United States and Canada, demonstrations led by labor groups calling for better pay and working conditions made up the largest share of events in both countries. Demonstrations in solidarity with the anti-lockdown movement in China were also recorded in both the United States and Canada last week.…
Last week in the East Asia Pacific region, fighting broke out between the Myanmar military and the Myanmar National Truth and Justice Party/Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNTJP/MNDAA) in northern Shan state.…
Last week in Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia, fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continued in Ukraine, with Russian forces forcibly relocating Ukrainian civilians from occupied regions. Meanwhile, several Ukrainian embassies in Europe received packages being investigated as threats, including letter bombs at the Ukrainian embassy in Spain.…
Last week in Africa, Al Qaeda-affiliated Jama’at Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimin (JNIM) continued offensives in Mali and Burkina Faso. An aerial strike hit a military and Wagner Group base in the Central African Republic. In Somalia, a two-day siege by Al Shabaab at a hotel near the Presidential Palace left civilians dead, while in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the March 23 Movement (M23) was accused of war crimes.
Last week in South America, several incidents of violence targeting social leaders and political figures were reported in Colombia, and armed clashes took place in the country’s southwest region. In Brazil, gang-related violence continued unabated.…
Last week in South Asia and Afghanistan, students of a religious school were killed in an attack in Aybak city, Afghanistan as the former prime minister and militia leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar was attacked in Kabul city.…
Last week in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, heightened levels of gang violence continued with attacks against civilians in Haiti and Jamaica and clashes between rival groups in Mexico. In Haiti, alleged members of the Base 5 Secondes gang and allied Canaan gang continued their offensive operations in Cabaret district, reportedly killing around 20 civilians, while demonstrations against deportations of Haitians continued along the border with the Dominican Republic.…
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