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Over the past day, we've mapped 41 events with the following breakdown by event category.
After more than a year of deadlock, Lebanon has finally formed a new government. The new government will have a lot of work to do to dig out from the economic crisis as inflation continues to soar in the country.
A nationwide protest is being planned later this month by trade unions in Colombia. The anti-government protests in Colombia have become violent in the past and travelers should be aware of likely unrest on September 28.
The fallout from the prisoner escape earlier this week continues in the West Bank, as Israeli police have arrested family members of the escapees. Protests in support of the escapees have grown violent over the past couple of days and Israeli officials say they have leads on where the escapees are located. More violence is likely over the coming weekend as protests and search operations continue.
Police have seized large stockpiles of fertilizer that were to be used for making improvised explosive devices by Boko Haram. While a large number of militants have surrendered over the past couple of months, the threat from Boko Haram and ISWAP still remains very high.
As noted in yesterday's brief, resistance forces in Myanmar are continuing to target junta forces. The cooperation between different factions of the resistance will aid in further attacks over the coming weeks.