Security forces in the city of Monywa opened fire on anti-coup protesters on Saturday, killing at least two people according to local media.
The leaders of all three branches of Brazil’s armed forces jointly resigned following President Jair Bolsonaro's replacement of the defence minister
"We will never give up to an unjust military but we will carve our future together with our united power," Mahn Win Khaing Than, who was named the acting vice president by Myanmar's ousted lawmakers, said on Saturday.
The findings, published by the investigative journalism newsroom Disclose, suggest that the radiation levels caused by the tests were far greater than officially acknowledged.
President Teodoro Obiang Nguema said the explosion at 4 p.m. local time was due to the “negligent handling of dynamite” in the military barracks.
"We are there because we have a shared destiny with the Sahel. If the Sahel falls into the hands of terrorism, Africa will gradually fall into the hands of Islamic terrorists and Europe will live the consequences," said Macron.
Demonstrators called for civil disobedience as mass street protests against military rule in Myanmar entered their second week.
Protesters have defied a ban on public gatherings to as anti-coup demonstrations continue, while the authorities have stepped up the arrests of politicians and activists.
The attack in Metekel zone of Benishangul-Gumuz region occurred a day after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited the region and spoke about the need to end such massacres.
It comes as Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is facing regular protests calling on him to resign.
On Friday the Iraqi military said four rockets had been fired at Basmaya base but no casualties were reported.
Ivan Safronov, now an adviser to the Russian space agency, faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of spying
The clash in the Ladakh region Monday was the first deadly confrontation between India and China since 1975.