Weeks of protests have pushed long-time leader Serzh Sargsyan to resign, but many Armenians, including vendors and locals on Yerevan's Firdaus market, feel betrayed by government corruption and nepotism in general, as DW's Emily Sherwin found out.
Madelaine Caracas is a leader in the Nicaraguan student movement that last year launched protests against President Daniel Ortega's government. Now living in exile, she's still fighting for democracy in her homeland.
Alaa Salah became the symbol of the protests in Sudan, standing for all the women who have been driving the movement forward. Could this demonstration of female force trigger an African Spring?
The extent of corruption and brutality during The Gambia's Yahya Jammeh-era is starting to surface via a truth and reconciliation commission set up by an administration recycled from that of the long-term president.
Protesters demanded the former president's release and spoke out against the current right-wing government. Lula has insisted that his imprisonment was "unjust" and designed to keep him from returning to office.
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