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By Anna Bisignano After 30 years of military rule under an oppressive dictatorship Sudan has finally toppled its president Omar al-Bashir, in April 2019. Revolutions are not new in Sudan: the revolution that overthrew President Omar al-Bashir had been going...
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by Stefano Bocconetti The American High Court has ruled on abortion: bringing the US history 50 years back, everyone says. But this is not the case - it's probably even worse. Why? "Because the difference between now and the last...
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By Emanuele Giordana Myanmar's coup junta has confirmed that it has transferred the democratic leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from the unknown location in Yangon where she was imprisoned after the February 2021 coup to another unknown site in...

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