Tunisia has imposed a nationwide curfew in an attempt to halt growing unrest. This after a week of increasingly violent demonstrations that have spread across the country. The violence comes amid deep frustration over high unemployment.
Friday's announcement that President Kenyatta had been re-elected sparked two days of violent protests that has left as many as 24 people dead. But as of Sunday calm appears to have returned to the East African country.
Barely a month before Kenyans vote in a hotly contested election, the opposition has alleged that there are irregularities in the electoral system. Observers are concerned about possible unrest after the polls.
Venezuelan security forces have attempted a violent crackdown on protestors demanding the government nix elections planned for Sunday. Critics have warned that the new legislature could end democracy in the country.
Throughout the night into Saturday, police cracked down on protests in Hamburg, which is hosting a two-day G20 summit. With the authorities restoring control over the city, world leaders are set to meet anew.
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