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World - International
2/10/2022 10:11:25 PM
Pro-Trump flags, angry rhetoric and claims that Canada is turning communist -- strong right-wing views among some at the trucker-led protests could grow into a new populist movement, say experts.

World - Region
2/10/2022 9:14:22 PM
Thousands of Sudanese took to the streets Thursday in the latest mass rally protesting against last year's power grab that upended a transition to civilian rule, witnesses said.

Multimedia - In Pictures
2/8/2022 4:21:47 PM

World - Region
2/7/2022 2:44:00 PM
Sudanese security forces fired tear Monday at thousands of demonstrators calling for civilian rule and justice for protesters killed since last year's power grab, witnesses and an AFP correspondent said.

World - International
2/6/2022 4:14:17 PM
More demonstrators poured onto the streets of Ottawa and other Canadian cities on Saturday demanding an end to Covid vaccine mandates, as protests against pandemic restrictions entered their second week.

World - International
2/5/2022 7:15:40 PM
Philip Anderson is no fan of online content moderation. His conservative posts have gotten him kicked off Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Two years ago, Anderson organized a ‘free speech’ protest against the big tech companies. A counterprotester knocked his teeth out.

World - Region
2/5/2022 5:24:00 PM
Thousands of supporters of Sudan's army rallied Saturday in front of UN headquarters in Khartoum, in a new show of force after months of protests against an October military takeover.

World - Region
2/1/2022 11:41:56 AM
The head of Amnesty International told AFP on Monday the rights group will publish a report labelling Israel's treatment of the Palestinians as "apartheid" despite Israeli calls to withdraw it.

World - International
1/31/2022 10:49:22 PM
Security forces in Myanmar have arrested dozens of people in a preemptive move to suppress plans for a nationwide strike Tuesday on the one-year anniversary of the army's seizure of power, state-run media reported.

World - International
1/29/2022 12:19:41 PM
Hundreds of Canadian truckers converged on Ottawa Friday for a major demonstration against vaccine mandates to cross the Canada-US border.

World - International
1/24/2022 9:06:07 PM
A UK government minister resigned Monday in protest over the government's handling of fraudulent loans granted as part of a pandemic business support scheme.

World - International
1/23/2022 6:46:10 PM
Police fired water cannons and thick clouds of tear gas in Brussels on Sunday to disperse demonstrators protesting against COVID-19 vaccinations and restrictions that aim to curb the fast-spreading omicron variant.

World - Region
1/22/2022 9:31:54 PM
Afghanistan's new Taliban authorities warned Saturday they have the right to crack down on dissent and jail protesters, as concerns grew over the disappearance of two women activists.

World - International
1/22/2022 7:17:31 PM
Thousands of people gathered in European capitals Saturday to protest vaccine passports and other requirements governments have imposed in hopes of ending the coronavirus pandemic.

World - Africa
1/22/2022 3:56:59 PM
Security forces fired tear gas at protesters barricading the streets and throwing rocks in Burkina Faso's capital on Saturday, as anger grows at the government's inability to stop jihadist attacks spreading across the country.

World - International
1/20/2022 10:18:58 PM
Cuban courts have wrapped up the hearing phase of six mass trials for people accused of involvement in the largest and most unruly protests on the island in decades, leaving more than 100 defendants awaiting potentially heavy sentences.

World - Region
1/19/2022 1:28:47 PM
An Israeli Cabinet minister on Wednesday dismissed claims that police used controversial spyware to surveil protesters, a day after a newspaper investigation prompted outraged lawmakers to seek a formal inquiry.

World - International
1/18/2022 9:49:58 PM
Kazakhstan's influential former leader released a short video on Tuesday in which he talked about the violent unrest that engulfed the ex-Soviet nation earlier this month and rejected reports alleging that he fled the country amid tensions with the current president.

World - Region
1/18/2022 3:32:30 PM
Sudanese shuttered shops and barricaded Khartoum streets on Tuesday in a civil disobedience campaign to protest one of the bloodiest days since an October military takeover derailed the country's democratic transition.

World - Region
1/17/2022 5:47:32 PM
Palestinian residents of a flashpoint east Jerusalem neighborhood held a tense standoff with Israeli authorities on Monday as police came to evict them from a disputed property.

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