These stories were just posted by a friend of mine, but I want to make sure they get more exposure.
A coup/coup attempt is underway in Niger. "The country has gone through five constitutions and periods of military rule since it gained independence from France in 1960."
What will ECOWAS say/do? They've been pretty vocal that no coup-leadership/forced change of power will be recognized...
"The opposition also boycotted October 20 legislative elections, after which the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) suspended Niger as a member and the European Union put a freeze on its development aid."
Also,Burmese/Myanmar refugees are the victims of violence in Bangladesh.
"Described by the UN as one of the most persecuted minorities on earth, thousands of Rohingyas from Myanmar's northern Rakhaine state stream across the border into Bangladesh every year."
"Bangladesh recognises 28,000 Rohingya as official refugees, who live in official camps under the supervision of the UN.
This figure is a fraction of the estimated 220,000 unofficial refugees, MSF says.
There are an estimated 700,000 Rohingya in Myanmar, where they are not recognised as citizens and have no right to own land."
Thanks for reading. Please let me know if you have updates.