Last week in South America, the National Liberation Army (ELN) and the Colombian government resumed peace talks in Venezuela on 21 November after three years of stagnation, while clashes between armed groups along Colombia’s southwest border with Ecuador reportedly resulted in a high death toll.…
Last week in the United States and Canada, demonstration activity decreased significantly in the United States while increasing slightly in Canada. In Canada, demonstrations in response to the death of Mahsa Amini in Iran were the primary drivers of activity.…
Last week in Africa, Islamist militants continued their expansion into coastal western African countries, with Al Qaeda-affiliated Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimin (JNIM) attacking military positions in Benin and Togo. In Somalia, security forces carried out large air and ground operations against Al Shabaab, reportedly killing over a hundred Al Shabaab militants.
Last week in the East Asia Pacific region, the Myanmar military clashed with the Chin National Organization/Chin National Defense Force (CNO/CNDF) in Chin state and the Cobra Column in Kayin state.…
Last week in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, gangs reportedly killed senior security officers in Mexico and Haiti. In Mexico, armed groups carried out multiple attacks against journalists in Veracruz state.…
Last week in Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia, Russian forces continued targeting critical infrastructure across Ukraine. Fighting continued along the Armenian-Artsakh-Azerbaijan Line of Contact. In Kazakhstan, President Kasym-Jomart Tokayev won re-election during presidential elections on 20 November, triggering anti-government demonstrations involving opposition activists.…
Last week in the Middle East, Houthi forces conducted a drone attack on Ad Dabbah oil terminal in the south of Yemen amid continued failures to renew the truce. Turkey launched Operation ‘Claw-Sword’ targeting Syrian Democratic Forces (QSD) and People’s Protection Units (YPG) in northern Syria and the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) northern Iraq.…
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