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'Deals with the devil always unravel': the UK blind spot for Sudan's abuses | Rebecca Lowe

'Deals with the devil always unravel': the UK blind spot for Sudan's abuses | Rebecca Lowe

Britain and the EU are under fire for engaging with a nation with one of the world’s worst human rights records – all in the name of stemming migration When Amjed Farid was transferred to a small
Police intervene as opening of Sierra Leone parliament is overtaken by chaos

Police intervene as opening of Sierra Leone parliament is overtaken by chaos

Police use force as members of ousted All People’s Congress party are removed from parliament after defying high court injunctions Julius Maada Bio’s fledgling tenure as president of Sierra Leone was

Ethereum's Dialogue Divide Is Slowing Answers to Its Toughest Questions

In the wake of new growth, developers working on the world's second-largest blockchain are struggling to determine how best to gauge user sentiment.

New Ideas Energize Ethereum Though True Signaling Solution Still Elusive

At an invitation-only meeting in Toronto, ethereum developers and companies met to discuss how best to alter the platform given its variety of users.

California City's Blockchain Token Is Definitely Maybe Happening

The "labyrinth" of city politics defies easy interpretation, but it seems that Berkeley is actually on its way to issue on a bond on the blockchain.

Code Is Law - But It's Not the Only Law for Blockchains

It's the combination of internal and external rules that ultimately dictates how blockchain-based platforms will operate, says Primavera De Filippi.

The Age of Endless Blockchain Forks Is Coming to an End

Real-world assets will force a change in blockchain governance, writes EY's Paul Brody. Forks will still be possible, but will attract fewer users.
After beatings, black potions and brutality, the Gambia seeks a fresh start | Ruth Maclean

After beatings, black potions and brutality, the Gambia seeks a fresh start | Ruth Maclean

For nearly a quarter of a century, Yahya Jammeh ruled with an iron fist – now moves are afoot to ensure it never happens againWhen Fatou Jatta was summoned to the presidential palace to be “cured” by
Malaysia's king will pardon jailed politician Anwar Ibrahim, PM says – video

Malaysia's king will pardon jailed politician Anwar Ibrahim, PM says – video

The newly elected prime minister, Mahathir Mohamad, also pledges to recover billions of dollars lost in the 1MDB corruption scandalMalaysia: Mahathir Mohamad says Anwar Ibrahim to be given royal
Mass grave of alleged victims of former president Jammeh found in the Gambia

Mass grave of alleged victims of former president Jammeh found in the Gambia

Bodies discovered of 12 west Africans human rights groups say were killed by paramilitary hit squad under orders of Yahya JammehA mass grave containing the bodies of 12 west Africans allegedly killed
Colombia discovers the art of keeping young people off the streets

Colombia discovers the art of keeping young people off the streets

After a failed peace pact raised the spectre of gang violence, music and dance have thrown the youth of Colombia’s Chocó region a lifeline A rat skitters through the prison cell where Harold Cuesta

Crypto Tribalism Is Holding Back Blockchain

A more united front among all who believe in blockchain tech's sweeping potential could help ensure a more constructive legal environment.

Experimental Voting Effort Aims to Break Ethereum Governance Gridlock

Vitalik Buterin has suggested experimenting with quadratic voting, a governance model furthered by Dr. Glen Weyl, on the ethereum platform.

EOS Is Launched But Not Yet Live – Why?

EOS still needs millions on tokens staked before its mainnet can officially go live, unlocking its tokens for holders to trade and use.
Widows in CAR: 'I was kicked out of our house by his parents'

Widows in CAR: 'I was kicked out of our house by his parents'

If a man dies in the Central African Republic, his wife is at risk of being evicted from their home by his relativesMarie Noélla Sambelle was with her husband Gilbert Yalivenda for more than two
Thousands of children are imprisoned across Africa. They need justice | Graça Machel

Thousands of children are imprisoned across Africa. They need justice | Graça Machel

Young people are all but invisible in the justice system, facing ill treatment at the hands of those who should be protecting them The legendary editor of the Guardian newspaper CP Scott famously
Battling tokenism: Zimbabwe's female politicians pin hopes on polls

Battling tokenism: Zimbabwe's female politicians pin hopes on polls

In July’s crucial election – the first since the fall of Mugabe – women hope to deliver a decisive blow against sexism Women in Zimbabwe are hoping for a political breakthrough in the forthcoming

EOS Locked 7 Accounts and This Has Implications for Everyone in Crypto

Seven EOS accounts were frozen to prevent token theft. But does this seemingly moral decision spell havoc for the broader crypto market?
Philippines 'sitting on a timebomb' as inquiry urged into political killings

Philippines 'sitting on a timebomb' as inquiry urged into political killings

Exiled land rights defender calls for international help to investigate rights abuses under President Rodrigo DuterteA human rights activist branded a terrorist by the Philippine government has urged

The Downside of Democracy (and What it Means for Blockchain Governance)

Introducing on-chain governance to crypto networks is likely to make them more like nation-states with the inefficiencies that entails.