GUINEA ANTI GOVERNMENT PROTESTERS BURIED AMID TEARS

Eight men killed by security forces for speaking out against President Alpha Conde of Guinea and his government had been buried. However, opposition leaders said that eight men were killed while protesting the bad government of president Alpha Conde. Furthermore, the opposition leader, Cellou Dalein Diallo stated that funerals have …

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IRAQ: UNCERTAINTY AS IRAQI PARLIAMENT APPROVES PRIME MINISTER’S RESIGNATION.

There is uncertainty in Iraq after parliament approved Prime Minister Abdul Mahdi’s resignation. This approval came after two months of protests that has left more than 400 people dead. However, Iraqi legislators approved Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s resignation on Sunday 1st December 2019 during a parliament session. The parliament meeting was …

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SCHOLARSHIP IN DENMARK FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

The Denmark scholarship “FIG Foundation PhD Scholarships 2020” for Developing Countries is ongoing now. International Federation of Surveyors (in French ” Fédération Internationale des Géomètres” abbreviated FIG) is offering scholarships to students from developing countries interested in studying for a PhD degree and in Surveying/Geomatics. The Application Deadline is  1st February 2020.  The …

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SOWORE!: THEY GAVE US 1M TO STOP #FREESOWOREPROTEST

Convener of the Concerned Nigerians Group, Deji Adeyanju, has alleged that some top government sympathizers tried to bribe his group to stop its planned protest against the detention of Omoyele Sowore, a co-convener of RevolutionNow movement. Deji disclosed this on Tuesday at the ongoing protest in front of the Headquarters …

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SPAIN ELECTION PRODUCED NO CLEAR MAJORITY WINNER

A report from Spain early Tuesday stated that the just concluded election delivered a highly fragmented parliament. According to the report, there were no clear majority winner out of Sunday’s election in Spain. Moreover, Ciudadanos Party is calling for coalition with Socialists and People’s Party. The preliminarycoalition still needs support …

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