Facts On October 30, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was elected president with 50.9% of the votes, after the tightest and most polarized elections in the country since its re-democratization in 1985. In
For more than 1 month, Iran has been facing a series of unprecedented nationwide civil protests against the ruling regime led by the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. The protests occurred daily for almost seven consecutive
Over the past few months, Argentina has been characterised by a growing feeling of social unrest. Large-scale protests have occurred on a monthly basis, mostly concentrated in the capital, Buenos Aires. While the protests are
On October 1, the campaign group ‘Enough is Enough’ called for a National Day of Action in the United Kingdom, against rising energy prices. 300,000 people have signed up so far. This is one of
On June 22, thousands of farmers gathered to protest the Dutch government’s proposed nitrogen policy in Stroe, Gelderland. The rally was called by the farmers’ collectives Agractie and Farmers Defense Force. Since this incident, farmers
After a couple of intense weeks of the campaign, Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández appear tight in most opinion surveys, with an advantage of no more than 2%, which is within the expected error margin.
On April 22, the French army officially handed over the Gossi military base to the Malian military following the end of the operation Barkhane in Mali. Shortly after, Mali launched an investigation into a mass
Sri Lanka faces an unprecedented economic and political meltdown that has pushed the government into a deep crisis and triggered violent protests. On May 9, months of peaceful demonstrations turned violent, leading to the resignation