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'Unacceptable': Protests in Ukraine as anti-corruption laws scrapped
More than one thousand Ukrainians demonstrated in front of the constitutional court in Kyiv against a decision to invalidate anti-corruption measures.
Protests in Kyiv over allowing the sale of Ukraine's prized farmland
Once known as the breadbasket of Europe, Ukraine is now looking at opening up its fertile farmland to the market. It's helped sow the seeds of discontent among farmers and nationalists.
54 injured in Lebanon: violence erupts as police clash with protesters
Dozens were wounded late on Saturday as police clashed with anti-government protesters. It was one of the most violent confrontations since demonstrations began in October.
Curfew imposed in Bogotá to curb violent protests
After two days of protests against Ivan Duque's government, the president imposed a 9pm curfew in Bogotá to "guarantee the safety" of residents.
Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protests rage on
Protests at proposed extradition laws have widened to include demands for the resignation of Hong Kong's leader and democratic elections.
Georgian's call for end to Russian occupation
Thousands took the streets of the Georgian capital Tbilisi to call for an end to Russian occupation and for the interior minister to step down
Children lead climate change marches across Europe
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Brussels and London on Sunday with the aim of putting environmental issues at the heart of this month’s European elections.
Israel reopens Gaza crossing after "Great March of Return” protests
Israel reopened its commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip on Sunday, a day after a smaller than expected Palestinian protest along the border.
Ukrainian police officers clash with far-right protesters, injuring 15
More than a dozen Ukrainian police officers were injured during a clash with far-right protesters at a campaign even for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday
Being woman and HIV-positive in an armed conflict: a life-sentence in Eastern Ukraine
Discrimination and daily violence: this is the reality that HIV-positive women face in eastern Ukraine, where the incidence of HIV could turn into an epidemic bomb
Ukrainian nationalists vandalise Russian consulate in Kharkiv
Dozens of Ukrainian nationalists gathered outside the Russian consulate general in Kharkiv on Monday to protest Russia's aggression at Ukrainian vessels in the Black Sea.
Eating pizza under the shelling: the conflict in Ukraine goes on
The conflict in eastern Ukraine has caused thousands of victims and disrupted civilians' lives. But in that region, people also want to look at the future. Stories of resilience from the East.
Are Ukrainians really boycotting the World Cup in Russia?
How are Ukrainian football fans reacting to the World Cup hosted by Russia — are they tuning in and is it possible to watch matches in public across the country?
Ukraine: police raid protester camp
Police make more than 100 arrests following raid on protester camp in Kyiv.
Ukraine: Anti-government activists and police clash near parliament
Security forces moved in to clear a protest camp set up by supporters of opposition leader and former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili
Anti-government protests in Ukraine
Anti-government protesters in Kiev have begun to build a protest camp in front of Ukraine's parliament building
Russia gives Crimean Tatar leader eight years in jail
Russia gives Crimean Tatar leader eight years jail in, say critics, a travesty of a trial.
Ukraine nationalists demand purge of government on the third anniversary of the Maidan uprising
Thousands of nationalists have rallied in Kiev in a so called ‘‘Dignity’‘ march demanding a purge of Ukraine’s current government.
EU vows to keep sanctions on Russia
EU foreign ministers plan to keep sanctions in place against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
Ukraine marks Day of Dignity and Freedom
Thousands of Ukrainians have marked the third anniversary of the deadly Euromaidan protests.