More than 75 people are dead as the result of violent crackdowns on protests in Ethiopia. It is a rare instance of protest in the country where the government deploys the law and force to shut down opposition. Human Rights Watch decried the violence, arguing that the government is now allowing its citizens to peacefully demonstrate.
0 Ethiopia’s ‘unprecedented’ protests continue in face of violent crackdown
2 Thai protests invoke “Hunger Games” three-finger salute
The Thai military, who recently took control of the country, announced the ban of a protest salute being used across…