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.
More than 450 people were injured at massive anti-corruption protests on Friday. Prosecutors say they are reviewing footage and interviewing victims in a bid to bring offenders to justice.
The recent crackdown on opposition leaders and the media in Uganda are clear signs the country is slowly sinking into anarchy and becoming a lawless state. This could lead to instability, writes DW's Isaac Mugabi.
Despite hundreds being injured the night before, tens of thousands of people have again protested in Bucharest. Romania remains one of the poorest and most corrupt countries in the EU.
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