1. With police absent in Gaza, vigilante groups arrive on the streets

    By: Mohammad Salem and Nidal al-Mughrabi RAFAH, Gaza Strip/CAIRO (Reuters) - Heads turned as the masked men with clubs walked down a Rafah street, part of a vigilante public security group set up by armed factions in Gaza after the civil police force went underground saying it was
  2. See what APC said about Niger, Kano protests over unbearable cost of living

    By Adekunle Dada The All Progressives Congress (APC) has opposition parties of sponsoring the protests that took place in Kano and Niger States The ruling party said the protests were a move to instigate unrest and undermine the government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu The APC Nati
  3. Climate Change, Society, And Pandemic Disease In Roman Italy Between 200 BCE And 600 CE

    shared paper “Records of past societies confronted with natural climate change can illuminate social responses to environmental stress and environment-disease connections, especially when locally constrained high–temporal resolution paleoclimate reconstructions are available. We p
  4. El Salvador experiencing 'alarming regression' on human rights -report

    SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - El Salvador has seen "an alarming regression" of human rights protections during President Nayib Bukele's government, a trend that has intensified under a sweeping anti-gang crackdown, Amnesty International said in a report published on Tuesday. Bukele has