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World - Region
11/14/2021 3:59:43 PM
More than 1,000 Tunisians gathered on Sunday near the country's parliament to protest a presidential power grab they have deemed a "coup"

World - Region
11/13/2021 9:34:54 PM
Sudanese security forces killed at least five demonstrators Saturday in a crackdown on anti-military takeover protests, medics said, after the military tightened its grip by forming a new ruling council.

World - Region
11/13/2021 2:03:00 PM
Hundreds of Sudanese protesters took to the streets Saturday despite a heavy security presence, two days after the military sought to tighten its grip by forming a new ruling council.

World - Region
11/11/2021 10:14:08 PM
Israel faced growing calls on Thursday to release five Palestinians who have been on hunger strike for weeks to protest a controversial policy of holding them indefinitely without charge, including one who has been fasting for 120 days and is in severe condition.

World - International
11/10/2021 10:14:54 PM
The Cuban Foreign Ministry summoned hundreds of foreign diplomats to a meeting on Wednesday and accused the U.S. government of instigating a planned opposition demonstration that local authorities have banned.

World - Region
11/10/2021 4:05:15 PM
A Tunisian city held a general strike on Wednesday after a protester died of tear gas inhalation during angry demonstrations over the reopening of a rubbish dump.

Sports - World
11/9/2021 7:42:35 PM
Bayern Munich fans have been stepping up their public criticism of the club for its ties to World Cup host Qatar.

World - Region
11/8/2021 5:30:39 PM
Sudan's top general has promised that he won't hold a government position after planned elections in 2023, two weeks after the military takeover, and toppled the transitional government in a widely condemned move.

Multimedia - In Pictures
11/8/2021 1:25:33 PM
A protest by Climate activist group Extinction Rebellion during the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.

World - Region
11/7/2021 7:57:05 PM
Sudanese security forces on Sunday fired tear gas at multiple anti-power grab rallies, with protesters in several cities joining a call for two-days of civil disobedience against last month's military takeover.

World - Region
11/7/2021 12:33:39 PM
Sudanese anti-military takeover demonstrators built street barricades in and around the capital overnight Saturday following calls for civil disobedience to protest last month's military takeover. Sudanese anti-military takeover demonstrators built street barricades in and around the capital overnight Saturday following calls for civil disobedience to protest last month's military takeover.

World - International
11/6/2021 8:24:22 PM
Thousands of Georgians rallied Saturday for the jailed opposition leader and ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili as fears grew for his health because of a hunger strike lasting several weeks.

World - Africa
11/6/2021 6:12:05 PM
Pro-democracy protesters prepared Saturday to launch a two-day civil disobedience campaign against Sudan's military takeover, as Arab mediators were expected in Khartoum to defuse the crisis.

World - Region
11/6/2021 2:08:31 PM
Sudan's protest movement has rejected internationally backed initiatives to return to a power-sharing arrangement with the military after last month's power grab, calling for two days of nationwide strikes starting Sunday.

World - International
11/6/2021 10:50:23 AM
Glasgow was on Saturday bracing for a second day of protests against what campaigners say is a lack of urgency to address global warming after Greta Thunberg labelled the crunch UN climate summit there a "failure".

World - Region
11/6/2021 9:51:41 AM
One protester was killed and scores of people, mostly members of Iraqi security forces, were injured late Friday when scuffles between supporters of pro-Iran Shia militias who had camped outside Baghdad's Green Zone and anti-riot police turned deadly, officials aid.

World - Region
11/5/2021 3:51:35 PM
Hundreds of supporters of pro-Iran groups clashed with security forces in Iraq's capital on Friday, expressing their fury over last month's election result, AFP journalists and a security source said.

World - International
11/5/2021 11:38:42 AM
Thousands of youth activists were preparing to descend on Glasgow on Friday to protest against what they say is a dangerous lack of action by leaders at the COP26 climate summit.

World - Region
11/3/2021 2:54:38 PM
For the first time in Iraq, a new breed of representatives is entering parliament, born from a civil society movement fed up with the corruption that has long tarnished politics.

World - International
11/2/2021 1:47:06 PM
Authorities in Pakistan released hundreds of detained supporters of a banned Islamist party on Tuesday after a deal was struck with the group to end clashes that left seven policemen dead.

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