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Vice- President, ECB
"I agree with the Trump policy about putting additional requests to China, because China can do more."
Former US Secretary of State
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MEP, Christian Democrats
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Plant breeding scientist
"Kurds believe they are worse off as part of Iraq."
research fellow at LSE's Middle East Centre
Around 100.000 Spanish “indignados” have begun a four day protest in Madrid to mark the first anniversary of their anti-austerity movement.
Spain’s ‘Indignados’ gathered in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol square on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of the birth of the movement.
Anti-capitalist demonstrations took place in a number of European cities on Saturday, as part of a global day of action.
Demonstrators with the
A social movement unparalleled since the end of the dictator Franco was born in Spain on 15 May last year: ‘los Indignados’, the Indignant
Occupy Washington protesters have defied a police deadline to clear two occupy camps or face arrest.
In a gesture of rebellion the protesters have
Violence flared on the streets of Lisbon as members of the right-wing Portuguese nationalist party clashed with supporters of the left wing
Anonymous and defiant, a masked woman has been chosen as the figurehead of a turbulent 12 months. The US current affairs publication Time has
The Protester is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2011. The choice recognises the impact of people power across the globe.
It includes the
A month after being cleared off the streets, the US Occupy movement has staged fresh protests at some of the country’s busiest ports.
On the West
Cities across the United States staged protests on Thursday in a day of action to mark two months of grass-roots demonstrations against economic
Anti-capitalist protesters camped outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London have defied a deadline to leave or face legal action.
They may have been evicted from their protest camp in New York, but that has not stopped them from attempting to continue demonstrating.
Hundreds of Wall Street protesters returned to Zuccotti park in central New York only hours after being evicted by police.
The mood was defiant as
Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have regrouped, and are vowing to continue their struggle.
It comes after protesters were successfully
To learn more about the 15-M movement, euronews spoke to Chema Ruiz.
Beatriz Beiras, euronews: Mr Ruiz, you’re a lawyer helping people having
Police have moved in and cleared a protest site in New York’s financial district.
The members of Occupy Wall Street had been camped there since
Police have moved in to clear protesters from Zuccotti Park in New York’s financial district. Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have been
Protesters, under the ‘Indignados’ banner, march through Madrid demanding social change, one week ahead of a general election that will most likely
Spain’s “indignados” protesters have been gathering in Madrid’s Puerta del Sol, a week before the country goes to the polls.
They came to express
It caught Spanish politics by surprise: thousands of Spaniards outraged by the authorities’ failure to respond to ordinary people’s desperation. They