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The Ukrainian police launched an assault on Wednesday against barricades set up by protesters in the center of Kiev, on the fourth day of violent clashes that left at least five dead . the riot police launched a crackdown
About 100,000 Ukrainians were inspired by a new law does not hold: Again they went in Kiev against the government on the road. The initially peaceful rally gave way to bloody violence. There were riots between
The commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the last war against Israel on Sunday was stained with blood in Egypt . While thousands of people celebrated the anniversary show their support to the Army in Tahrir Square , in its vicinity , the
The Sudanese security forces must immediately stop using arbitrary and unlawful force against protesters, the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies and Amnesty International urged today, after confirming that at least 50 demonstrators
A riot policeman fires his weapon while confronting stone-throwing demonstrators during an anti-government protest in Belem. Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through the streets of Brazil's biggest cities in a growing protest that is
Police fire rubber bullets at people protesting the increase in the price of public transportation in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo: AP Since early June, protests that began out of anger over public transit fare increases have spread across Brazil ,
The Selecao remain the one issue that all of Brazil can agree on in the current climate. They are a unifying presence, a beacon of hope for a population that is angry with its leadership. "We don't feel any more pressure because of that," right-back
It was a striking image used to portray a shocking statistic...Mattheus Mendes Costa, a student who helped create the display, believes the spending on stadiums for the Cup is what awakened Brazilians to what the country could achieve elsewhere. "It'
45 PM EDT People gather to board a public bus in a bus station at Recife, June 21, 2013. Demonstrators in Brazil gathered this week to continue the growing protest that is tapping into widespread anger at poor public services.
An international group monitoring the safety of journalists warned members of the press Friday to keep a low profile and be mindful of police tactics in Brazil. At least 30,000 demonstrators clashed with police Wednesday in Fortaleza, Brazil's fifth-