With the oil prices that subsidize life in Algieria falling and prices rising, people feel uncertain about their future. They can’t even protest the worrying economic conditions: It’s officially a democracy, yet even peaceful protest is banned.
Many called on the interior minister, police chief and a special prosecutor to resign for failing to combat corruption. They also demanded a full investigation into a corruption scandal from 2012 known as "Gorilla."
Poland's ex-finance minister Jan Rostowski says the oppoition may be repositioning its economic policies to meet changing political realities. He explains how his party should proceed after Kaczynski changed the game.
At least four people have been killed and eight injured in anti-government protests in Venezuela. The deaths brought to at least 80 the number of people killed since the protests erupted in April.
A new US sanctions announcement has coincided with a two-day strike and a major protest in Venezuela. The sanctions are a warning of stricter measures if President Maduro goes through with rewriting the constitution.
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