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20 May 2018
The State Congress of the All Progressives Congress in Niger was held amidst protest by delegates from Lapai, Agaie, Mashegu, Tafa, Kontagora Gbako, Lavun and Katchia local government areas. The protest followed the affirmation of the candidates for the 36 executive positions who had no challengers as announced by the Chairman of the Congress, Mr…
2 Apr 2018
Protests along the Gaza border with Israel have dwindled after the conflict's deadliest day in years, but both sides braced for further tensions Monday after Palestinians called for more demonstrations. The death toll from Friday's violence along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel rose by one to 17 on Monday when the health…
27 May 2016
Trade union members were seen slowing traffic at the Gravelines Nuclear Power Station, handing out leaflets and encouraging drivers to join the strike.
18 May 2016
The protesters carried placards with inscriptions: “We reject Islamisation under any guise. Allow us to live in peace in our land. No grazing Bill’ among others.
9 May 2016
Protesters yesterday gathered outside parliament in Greece ahead of a vote on further austerity measures in return for more international bailout money.
14 Apr 2015
Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday after the brother of a rebel leader was killed by government forces.
13 Apr 2015
Two student activists have been shot dead in Bangladesh, police said Monday, as the largest Islamist party tried to enforce a nationwide strike to protest at the execution of a senior leader. There were also reports of protesters firebombing vehicles around the country as tensions ran high following the execution late Saturday of Mohammad Kamaruzzaman,…
24 Mar 2015
The leaders of the three main Guinean opposition parties met in Paris Tuesday and called for renewed protests against President Alpha Conde, who they claimed has "lost all legitimacy".

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