World

Tunisian soccer fans clash with police amid economic unrest

Tunisian soccer fans have clashed with police in the capital two days after a match was canceled amid nationwide economic protests.

United States

Pipeline protester's elderly exploitation case dismissed

Authorities have dropped a second charge against a Bismarck woman accused of abusing and exploiting her elderly mother during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota.

World

Foreign minister protests Hungarian flag at Romanian embassy

Romania's foreign minister says he will summon the Hungarian ambassador to express his discontent after the flag of a group seeking autonomy within his country was draped over Romania's national emblem at its embassy in Budapest.

World

Protests hit French prisons over violence, overcrowding

President Emmanuel Macron has ordered an overhaul of France's overcrowded penitentiary system, as prison staff burned tires and set barricades in protests over violent working conditions.

World

Iran frees 440 people arrested during protests

LONDON (Reuters) - Iran has freed 440 people arrested in Tehran during anti-government protests, a judiciary official said, amid continuing uncertainty over how many were detained around the country.

World

One year under Trump: A shrinking space for protests

Critics accuse US President Donald Trump of overseeing an increasingly severe crackdown on activism and dissent.

World

Pope seeks to turn tide of Chilean church bruised by scandal

Pope Francis' visit to Chile was always going to be fraught, but it has taken on an unprecedented degree of opposition with the firebombings of Catholic churches ahead of his Monday arrival and protests by Chileans fed up with priest sex abuse and cover-u

Top News

Pope faces protests and threats for homecoming

Pope Francis' trip to South America this week is supposed to be all about peace, unity and hope. But the pontiff could also be welcomed with protests, threats of violence and controversy over allegations of abuses by the Catholic Church.

World

Tunisians march on seventh anniversary of uprising

Commemoration of the fall of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali coincides with broader protests against state austerity measures.

World

Iran says 55 still jailed in Tehran after protests

Iran says 55 people are still being detained in the capital after hundreds were arrested during a wave of anti-government protests.

World

Tunisia protests: Government announce reforms after unrest

Over 800 anti-austerity protesters are arrested, seven years after rallies launched the Arab Spring.

World

If Iran's protests made the country more moderate, it could reap financial reward

Iran's regime claims to have quelled an uprising, but history shows such movements often mark the beginning of change.

Sport

"Shoot them" Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Ferguson makes outrageous claim after officials deny his side a late penalty

Ferguson's comments came after officials waved away late penalty protests as his side were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Plymouth Argyle

Top News

H&M closes all its stores in South Africa after protests

H&M stores were stormed after the company used an image of a black child to sell a sweatshirt that bared what some saw as a racially-charged slogan.

World

Iran's elites are much more vulnerable than they think

Anti-government Iranian protests prove that Iran's leadership may be more fractured than people think.

World

Why Iran’s protests matter this time

The demands Iranians are making through these protests are distinct from those of the 2009 demonstrations

Europe

Austria: Protests in Vienna over far-right in coalition

Tens of thousands of people protested against the Freedom Party's inclusion in government.

World

As protests wane, Iran lifts ban on messaging app Telegram

Iran's semi-official ILNA news agency is reporting that the ban on a popular messaging app has been lifted, two weeks after waning anti-government protests in which more than 21 people were killed.

Politics

Donald Trump Supporters Disrupt Sadiq Khan Speech At Fabian Society Conference

It comes after the mayor said the president cancelled London visit because Trump feared protests.

Top News

Over 700 arrested over Tunisia protests

At least 773 people have been arrested since anti-austerity protests broke out in Tunisia on January 8, Interior Ministry spokesman Colonel Major Khelifa Chibani said Friday, according to state news agency TAP.

World

Protests against Honduran leader's re-election turn violent

Protests against the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez have turned violent with security forces firing tear gas and some marchers breaking windows and setting fires.

World

Iran protesters thank Trump, call for stronger sanctions

They are risking their lives to bring freedom to Iran, and vow to continue their protests.

World

Starving Venezuelans mob field and slaughter cattle, report says

Two days of protests and looting in western Venezuela over food shortages have left at least three people dead and 16 others injured.

World

Iran's socioeconomic protests are inherently political

Iran's economic grievances can only be addressed with major political concessions and fundamental structural changes.

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