State of emergency
A government may declare that the country is in a state of emergency. This means that the government can suspend and/or change some functions of the executive, the legislative and or the judiciary dur...
Egypt declares state of emergency after deadly church attacks - BBC News
President Sisi announces a three-month state of emergency after attacks by IS kill dozens of people.
Hawaii Island Declares A Dengue Fever State Of Emergency
The mayor of Hawaii's Big Island declared a state of emergency on Monday amid the state's largest outbreak of dengue fever since the 1940s. The move comes more than three months after the state Depart...
Hawaii Governor Declares Homelessness 'State Of Emergency'
The state saw a 23 percent increase in its homeless population between 2014 and 2015. Hawaii Gov. David Ige has declared a state of emergency to deal with the state's homelessness crisis just days aft...
Emergency law in Egypt
An Emergency Law was first enacted in Egypt in 1958, as Law No. 162 of 1958. A state of emergency was declared in 1967 during the 1967 Arab-Israeli War which lasted until 1980. After a break of 18 mon...
State of Emergency in India
A state of emergency in India refers to a period of governance under an altered constitutional setup that can be proclaimed by the President of India, when he/she perceives grave threats to the nation...
Malayan Emergency
The Malayan Emergency (Malay: Darurat) was a Malayan guerrilla war fought between Commonwealth armed forces and the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military arm of the Malayan Communi...
Malayan Emergency - Wikipedia
Martial law and state of emergency in Turkey
Since 1940 Turkey has frequently been under extraordinary rule, either the whole of the country or specific provinces. According to Articles 119-122 of the 1982 Constitution the four types of extraord...
Insurrection Act
The Insurrection Act of 1807 is the set of laws that govern the ability of the President of the United States to deploy troops within the United States to put down lawlessness, insurrection and rebell...
Insurrection Act - Wikipedia
National Emergencies Act
The National Emergencies Act (Pub.L. 94–412, 90 Stat. 1255, enacted September 14, 1976, codified at 50 U.S.C. § 1601-1651) is a United States federal law passed to stop open-e...
2006 state of emergency in the Philippines
The Philippines was under a state of emergency, announced by presidential spokesperson Ignacio Bunye on the morning of February 24, 2006, by the virtue of Proclamation No. 1017. This occurred after th...
2006 state of emergency in the Philippines - Wikipedia
WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity
Protest activity surrounding the WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999, which was to be the launch of a new millennial round of trade negotiations, occurred on November 30, 1999 (nicknamed "N30" on simil...
WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999 protest activity - Wikipedia
1997 rebellion in Albania
The Albanian Rebellion of 1997, also known as the Albanian Unrest of 1997 (Albanian: Rebelimi i vitit 1997), or the Pyramid Crisis or (improperly) the Albanian Anarchy of 1997, was an uprising spa...
1997 rebellion in Albania - Wikipedia
Indian Emergency
In India, "the Emergency" refers to a 21-month period in 1975–77 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi unilaterally had a state of emergency declared across the country. Officially issued by President Fak...
Baling Talks
The Baling Talks were held in Malaya in 1956 in an attempt to resolve the Malayan Emergency situation. The main participants were Chin Peng, David Marshall and Tunku Abdul Rahman. The talks were unsuc...
Rajan case
The Rajan case refers to the death of P. Rajan, a student of the erstwhile Regional Engineering College, Calicut, as a result of torture in local police custody in the Indian state of Kerala during th...
Rajan case - Wikipedia
Circumstances prior to the Malayan Emergency
In 1948, the Communists and the British colonial government in Malaya entered a period of guerrilla fighting which has become known to history as the Malayan Emergency.The name derives from the state ...
Albanian parliamentary election, 1997
Parliamentary elections were held in Albania on 29 June 1997 alongside a simultaneous referendum on restoring the monarchy, with a second round of voting for 32 seats on 6 July. The result was a victo...
Massacre of Ura Vajgurore
The Massacre of Ura Vajgurore occurred on 17 June 1997 in the town of Ura Vajgurore, Albania . Five people were killed and six wounded, all police officers.
The armed clash started at 11:55 the mo...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1114
United Nations Security Council resolution 1114, adopted on 19 June 1997, after recalling Resolution 1001 (1997) on the situation in Albania, the Council authorised an extension to the multinational f...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1114 - Wikipedia
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1101
United Nations Security Council resolution 1101, adopted on 28 March 1997, after reiterating its concern over the situation in Albania, the Council established a multinational protection force in the ...
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1101 - Wikipedia
Pyramid schemes in Albania
Pyramid schemes in Albania were Ponzi schemes that precipitated the 1997 unrest in Albania. They started operations in 1991 with the first being formed by Hajdin Sejdia, former economic advisor of Pri...
Military history of Australia during the Malayan Emergency
The Malayan Emergency (Anti-British National Liberation War) was a guerrilla war fought between Commonwealth armed forces and the Malayan National Liberation Army (MNLA), the military arm of the Malay...
Military history of Australia during the Malayan Emergency - Wikipedia