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Death of popular singer in Ethiopia reopens old wounds
Simon Marks | Many fear more of the violent protests that have left at least 166 people dead.
Iraq’s revolution continues after state violence leads to prime minister’s ouster
Ahmed Youssef | “If the butcher had resigned two months ago we would have spared so many of our children.”
Sudan’s revolution 1 year on: Families of disappeared, martyrs still wait for justice
Mohammed Amin | Military members of the government, especially Hemedti, are likely responsible for the violence.
Forty days of revolution in Iraq
Ahmed Youssef | Something is different about the October protests
Thousands fill Khartoum streets in ‘millions march’, driven back by security forces under gunfire, tear gas
Security forces fired teargas at protesters who continued to press on toward the presidential palace
Scenes from a protest camp dispersed
This won’t deter me from continuing what we started: a revolution to build the Sudan we want
After the violent dispersal of the Khartoum sit-in: Revolutionaries block roads, start civil disobedience
Protesters put up barricades on thousands of kilometers of roads after the violent sit-in dispersal
Sudan: Initial agreement on transition plan announced after attack on mass sit-in
The protest movement blamed the violence on “remnants of the ousted regime"
Report from Gaza: Wounds of return
Hamza Abu Eltarabesh | 'This is the price you pay for being a Palestinian and not ceding your land'
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Omar Sirri and Renad Mansour
Surviving on violence: Iraq’s political elite
Violence has helped to sustain this status quo and prevent meaningful reform that could help Iraqis.
Hafsa Halawa
Rage in Baghdad
Hafsa Halwa unpacks the ongoing protests in Iraq, which have left over 100 dead and 6,100 injured.
Yasmin El-Rifae
Unauthorized memory
Yesterday they shot and killed a woman on Talaat Harb Street. She was walking, along with other members
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Over 30 killed after Sudanese paramilitaries violently disperse protest sit-in in Khartoum
Court reduces sentence of police officer who killed Shaimaa al-Sabbagh from 15 to 10 years in prison
Court acquits Mubarak of ordering 2011 protester killings
Verdict in retrial of officer accused of killing Shaimaa al-Sabbagh set for June 19
Court finally acquits last policeman accused of killing January 25 protesters
Court annuls sentence handed down to officer convicted of killing Shaimaa al-Sabbagh
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