A Ugandan pop singer and lawmaker seeking to challenge veteran President Yoweri at the next election said on Tuesday he had been placed under house arrest.
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Female activists led by Alaa Salah, 22, call for a ‘new Sudan’ as demonstrators at Khartoum sit-in keep up pressure on ruling military council.
Piled onto the roof of a train or packed inside, protesters rolled into Khartoum to support activists demanding military relinquish power to civilians.
Sudanese military invites protesters that toppled President Omar al-Bashir to talks amid tensions after they suspended talks with generals over the weekend.
EU is praising Facebook, Google and Twitter for tackling disinformation while urging the social media giants to do more in clamping down on fake accounts.
Brazil’s court reduced sentence of incarcerated former President da Silva, opening the possibility he could be moved to house arrest later this year.
N. Korea is using cryptocurrency markets to evade global sanctions and is likely using the virtual money to fund its weapons of mass destruction programs.
Sudan protesters call for million march for civilian rule after head of military council said it would hand over if civilian groups can agree on new leader.
In its annual press freedom index, Reporters Sans Frontières has dropped Bangladesh to 150th out of 180 countries – the lowest ranking it has ever received.
Demonstrators in Sudan’s capital are defying attempts by the military to break up their ongoing protest, and demanding civilian leadership.