Russian investigators on Tuesday launched a probe into “mass unrest”, a crime punishable by up to 15 years in prison, after thousands took to the streets at the weekend to demand fair elections.
Hundreds of protesters marched through a central Sudanese city on Wednesday to condemn the killing of five school children, as the trial of ousted leader Omar Al Bashir on corruption charges was set for August.
Hundreds of protesters rallied outside Australia’s Parliament House on Monday, saying they wanted to highlight the uncertain futures of many refugees since the government replaced permanent protection visas with temporary visas.
President's motorcade passed El Paso protesters holding "Racist Go Home" signs. In Dayton, raw anger and pain were on display as protesters chanted "Ban those guns" and "Do something!"
India struck down a constitutional provision on Monday that granted special status to residents of Jammu and Kashmir state.
Hong Kong riot police clashed on Monday with pro-democracy protesters for a third straight day, as the city’s leader warned the global financial hub was nearing a “very dangerous situation” and a rare strike caused transport chaos.
Activists on Saturday threw petrol bombs and bricks at the gritty industrial area of Kwun Tong, a densely populated area of the Chinese territory on the east of the Kowloon peninsula.
The event came days after Bangladesh with the help of the UN refugee agency attempted to start the repatriation of 3,450 Rohingya Muslims but none agreed to go back voluntarily.
Tamil Nadu’s principal opposition Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) on Thursday expressed satisfaction that several mainstream opposition parties including the Congress and the Communists joined a demonstration staged by the party in Delhi to protest against the Central government’s revocation of special status to Jammu and Kashmir provided under Article 370.