Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and its most populated country.
The 44th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution was on Saturday.
To start off, we’re looking into: Nobel Peace Prize shared among activists Last week, the Nobel Prizes were awarded, including the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. Winners promote peace in various ways, from human rights to disarmament. About a third of them have been shared among different people and organizations.
Kenyans were hit hard both economically and through healthcare by the pandemic. So when it came to the country’s recent presidential election, it was between William Ruto, who ran as an outsider despite having been the deputy president for the past decade, and Raila Odinga, the country’s former
In February 2021, General Min Aung Hlaing and his junta, or group of military leaders, ousted the democratically elected government in Myanmar. Since then, General Hlaing has been condemned by the international community and received sanctions for the new government’s suppression of human rights and attacks involving ethnic minorities.
A recent poll shows that Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa are losing faith in democracy and are leaning more toward authoritarian kinds of government. The poll, done for the BBC and conducted by the Arab Barometer network, showed that across nine different Arab countries and the Palestinian
Criticisms of his comments have run the gamut from those who argue that Senator Mike Lee is merely splitting hairs to those who say that he is advocating for abolishing democracy. With a pair of tweets, Republican Senator Mike Lee of Utah set off a firestorm, with incensed commentators calling