At the height of the Arab Spring in February 2011, a mass protest movement took to the streets in Bahrain…
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27 February 2020: The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) has now expanded real-time coverage to Latin America…
24 October 2019: The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) is pleased to announce the expansion of real-time…
NEW: Armed pro-Trump demonstrations didn’t stop at #January6th. Our latest data show that the rate of armed events actually increased in 2021 relative to 2020, and over 80% took place at statehouses and legislative facilities.
— Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (@ACLEDINFO) January 5, 2022
Violence directed against government officials and government property increased last week in #Ukraine amid anti-#Russian demonstrations calling for the protection of Ukrainian interests in negotiations over the #Donbass conflict: https://t.co/6YnIJEzHaw pic.twitter.com/jVrix7VNxc
— Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (@ACLEDINFO) September 27, 2019
— Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (@ACLEDINFO) September 29, 2019