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Hundreds protest outside the migration office in the southern city of Tapachula, saying they're vulnerable to criminal extortion and kidnapping.
Kazakhstan president fires defence minister following protests
As the defense minister is ousted, the Russian-led alliance of soldiers has also left Kazakhstan after providing support during the unrest.
Rio Tinto announces pushback in new lithium mine project in Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said on Tuesday that the Serbian government would not make any decisions without consulting the local communities first.
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According to a contemporary art gallery in Moscow, the chilly log is a protest about the council being slow to clear snow.
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Clashes between protesters and police during a demonstration against President Kais Saied on the 11th anniversary of the Tunisian revolution in the capital Tunis.
Anti-vaccine protesters try to storm Bulgarian parliament building
Several people, including police officers, were injured during the clashes in Sofia.
Nearly 1,700 more people arrested over recent protests in Kazakhstan
The violence that rocked the former Soviet country was the worst since Kazakhstan gained independence in 1991.
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Experts claim "the danger is coming from radicalisation within the movement".
Life in Kazakhstan's largest city slowly returns to normal.
Public transport has started operating for the first time since the violence, which left government buildings burned and gutted, and many businesses looted.
Djokovic detention puts focus on Australia asylum seekers
Novak Djokovic's supporters gather in a park opposite the immigration detention centre in Melbourne where the tennis world number is being held.
Serbia: Lithium mine opponents block roads in bad weather
Hundreds of people in Serbia spent part of a holiday weekend blocking roads to protest plans for lithium mining in the Balkan country.
Why did these Chilean beekeepers bring their hives to a protest?
Chile’s 10 year megadrought has driven the country’ beekeepers to protest in the capital as colony numbers decline.
Hundreds of protesters in Serbia call for an end to lithium mine plan
Environmental issues have gained public attention in the Balkan nation as a result of various problems with waste management air and water pollution.
Police officer bitten amid violence over COVID restrictions in Germany
It happened as the officer was attempting to check protesters' identities.
Sudanese pro-democracy protesters brave tear gas during rally in Khartoum
Sudanese pro-democracy protesters rally in the capital Khartoum as they brave tear gas to demonstrate against an October 25 coup launched by military leader General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Thousands gather to oppose Dutch virus measures despite ban
The 7-day rolling average of new daily cases edged slightly lower over the past week to 85.55 new cases per 100,000 people.
Israeli police scuffle with protesters in Sheikh Jarrah
Palestinian, Israeli, and foreign activists demonstrate in the east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, denouncing the evacuation of Palestinian families from their homes and settlement activity in the Palestinian Territories and east Jerusalem
Fire damages Australia's Old Parliament House
A fire damaged the front doors and exterior of Australia's Old Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday.
Belgium's Council of State overturns government theatre closure
The slap in the face for the government came on Tuesday afternoon.
Extinction Rebellion protests Argentina's fast fashion
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Young people say their voices are being used to make governments and companies look good.
Teargas, bullets fired at protesters during demonstration in DRC
Demonstrators converge on arterial roads in the eastern DR Congo city of Goma, setting up barricades and burning tyres and mobile phone box in the capital of the Nord Kivu province. At least one policeman died, as police fired tear gas and used live rounds to disperse the crowd.
Sudan anti-coup protests mark uprising anniversary
Sudanese took to the streets in the capital of Khartoum and elsewhere across the country for mass protests Sunday against an October military takeover and a subsequent deal that reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, but sidelined the movement.
Activists protest in Belgrade over plans to mine lithium in Serbia
Mining giant Rio Tinto wants to extract the metal, which is a vital component in electric cars, laptops, and phone batteries.
Serbia suspends plans for lithium mine after environmental protests
Activists have said that lithium excavation could inflict lasting ecological damage on rivers and farmland in the region.
German police raids in Dresden over anti-vax death threats
Police have been investigating a plot to kill Saxony state governor Michael Kretschmer and others over restrictions on the unvaccinated.