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DW News 10 Oct 2020

Armenia, Azerbaijan break ceasefire: What next for Nagorno-Karabakh? DW News


A ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan appears to have been short-lived. The two former Soviet republics agreed to halt their decades-long conflict over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh after talks brokered by Russia. But shortly after the ceasefire came into effect, each side blamed the other for breaking the armistice. Caught in the middle are thousands of displaced civilians.

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At least 12 peaceful protestors were killed yesterday in #Nigeria according to Amnesty International, as authorities open fired on the crowd.

Since it first began earlier this month, the #EndSARS movement has swep the entire country as many people hit the streets to protests against #police brutality in Nigeria.

The movement was met with harsh crackdown from Nigerian authorities. The open fire last night marked a new height of violence coming from the state.

As the state holds on to its hard stance, what's next for the movement?

Many in the country are beginig to doubt if the authorities are really willing to change, according to Seun Bakare, programmes manager of Amnesty International Nigeria.

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