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9 Apr 2018
Thousands of protesters rallied across the Czech Republic Monday against the outgoing cabinet led by the second wealthiest Czech, Andrej Babis, a billionaire with a murky past. "We've had enough," chanted a crowd of about 5,000 in Prague's central Wenceslas Square while other protesters gathered in other cities across the EU member country of 10.6…
10 Mar 2018
Hundreds of pro-democracy Thais rallied in Bangkok on Saturday to skewer the ruling junta with T-shirts, signs and speeches, as activists grow bolder in their defiance of a ban on protests. The military regime has kept a tight rein on dissent since its 2014 power grab by outlawing gatherings of more than five people and…
18 May 2016
“Nigerians are passing through hell now. People should see the government as a big father who will give them solace in time of crisis. But this father is wielding a big stick against the people.
11 Feb 2016
It appears Beyonce’s Formation has ruffled more than a few feathers, not just with the Riri fans, but the general public. This rally is definitely anti-formation and not Beyonce as a human. The former mayor of NewYork slammed her performance of ”Formation” at the Super bowl, calling it incitement and hate-filled towards cops, giving the rally…

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