Famine and constructing closures are inflicting unrest world wide
Another 130 million now on the verge of hunger; Protests in Africa and the United States
Protesters have been demanding that Maryland Governor Larry Hogan lift restrictions that certain businesses and churches have closed since the Coronavirus outbreak at Church Circle in Annapolis as part of Operation Gridlock Annapolis last Saturday
Demonstrators demand that Maryland Governor Larry Hogan lift restrictions that certain businesses and churches have seen since …
Lockdown measures against the coronavirus are under pressure around the world, as millions face the difficult decision of finding work and food or starving their families – a situation that is leading to growing unrest.
From Nigeria to Argentina, from Afghanistan to South Africa, millions fear more hunger than infections. In South Africa there was unrest and looting due to serious bottlenecks. and organized protests have increased in the United States, where they gained President Trump's support, despite initially announcing the social distancing measures.
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