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Afghanistan ‘vote fraud’ videos raise alarm

Over the past few days, several amateur videos appearing to show election fraud in last Saturday’s election in Afghanistan have circulated on social networks. Some of them show people stamping piles of ballots. While it is not possible to prove the ballots shown in these videos ended up being counted in the election, our Observers in Afghanistan find some of the footage quite convincing. Read more... 

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Video exposes violence against female soldiers in Sri Lanka

 
A video showing women in uniform being beaten and harassed by Sri Lankan soldiers has been confirmed as authentic by the country's army. According to our local Observer, this is not an isolated incident. Read more...
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Tunisian football team pay homage to jihadist supporter

 
A video being shared by jihadists on social networks show a strange sight: members of a football team in Sousse, northern Tunisia, paying homage to one of their fans that was killed while waging jihad in Syria. Read more...
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Moroccans protest against new 'polluting' power plant

 
Hundreds of people staged a protest in Safi, on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, against the construction of a thermal power station in their city. Residents say the plant is one too many in a city already suffering from air pollution. Read more...
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Giant solar-panelled robot catching bad drivers in DR Congo

A giant robot has been sitting in the middle of the road in Lumumbashi, the Democratic Republic of Congo’s second largest city, since last week. It’s not a work of art – it’s an actual traffic controller. Read more...

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Chinese authorities crack down on petrochemical plant protesters

 
The Chinese authorities have clamped down on all information related to a protest movement against a petrochemical plant in Maoming, southern China. On Sunday, a march had led to clashes with the police. Read more...
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Saudis arrested for criticising King Abdullah on YouTube

 
Three men were arrested last week in Saudi Arabia for uploading videos in which they criticised the regime, addressing themselves directly to King Abdullah. Such actions are new in the kingdom, and are starting to create copycats. Read more...
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