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Suspended Deputy Police Chief Collected 16,000 Signatures to Impeach NACC Commissioner

On May 26th, the former Deputy Chief for the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Police General Surachate Hakparn, said that he gathered approximately 16,000 signatures needed to support the petition to impeach a National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) commissioner. Surachate said previously that he would not name the commissioner until he acquired the necessary 20,000 signatures to support the impeachment petition. However,...

Most Thais Want Move Forward Party to Lead Government

An opinion survey by King Prajadhipok’s Institute shows that most Thais still favor the Move Forward Party to lead the government. The survey also showed that most Thais want the party’s former leader, Pita Limjaroenrat, to become the Prime Minister (PM). The institute’s Office of Innovation completed the nationwide survey from May 7th to May 18th. The survey was sent...

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Continued Roadblocks for Colombia’s “Total Peace” Plan

At least five Colombian soldiers were wounded in combat with a splinter faction of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia known as the Estado Mayor Central (FARC-EMC)—a leftist guerrilla group originally formed in 1964—on...

Museveni: Uganda Protesters ‘Playing with Fire’

Ugandan police and military have upped their presence in the country's capital, Kampala, in anticipation of a youth-led anti-corruption 'March2Parliament' today, an early indication that the historic "Gen-Z" protests that swept Kenya last week could...

Several Togolese Soldiers Killed in Cross-Border JNIM Attack

On July 20th, approximately 1,000 members of Ansaroul Islam—a militant Islamic group that forms part of the umbrella organization Jama'a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM)—conducted an attack on a Togolese military outpost in the country's northern...