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The Sri Lankan authorities must not allow the army to investigate itself over allegations of excessive use of force by its members after three protesters demonstrating over access to drinking water were killed over the weekend, Amnesty
Tunisia (AFP) Police used batons and tear gas on Monday against protesters who tried to break into local government offices in Sidi Bouzid, cradle of the 2011 revolution, an AFP journalist said. Security forces also fired warning shots to disperse
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel urged an inclusive political process to his Egyptian counterpart Saturday, one day after supporters of Egypt's deposed President Mohamed Morsy violently tried to storm a media compound, officials said. Hagel expressed
Egyptian police have fired tear gas against demonstrators consisting of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood According to the Egyptian interior ministry blocked the protesters for traffic near a building complex that houses several
Deputy Secretary of State William Burns attends a meeting with Egypt's interim President Adli Mansour at El-Thadiya presidential palace in Cairo, July 15, 2013...Deputy Secretary of State William Burns is to visit Egypt late on Friday, a spokesman
Bangladesh's high court has declared the registration of the country's largest Islamist party, the Jamaat-e-Islami, illegal. Jamaat is one of two main opposition parties and a constant thorn in the side of the ruling Awami League.
Bangladeshi security forces have frequently used excessive force in responding to street protests, killing at least 150 protesters and injuring at least 2,000 more since February 2013. While large numbers of protesters have been arrested, the
Bangladesh (AP) At least 150 protesters and a dozen security forces have been killed during street demonstrations in Bangladesh over the past six months, a rights group said Thursday in urging both sides to show restraint and warning of more violence.
Britain's Foreign Secretary has condemned Egyptian authorities' violent response to protesters after overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy left several dead. Without mentioning Mr Morsy by name, Mr
On 26/7, clashes in Alexandria, the second largest city of Egypt, has killed 5 people, injured dozens. On the same day, all over Egypt for at least 146 people were injured in clashes between opposition supporters and deposed President Mohamed