Lawyer: 17 wounded in prison where US-Nicaraguan man killed
Seventeen people who were arrested in previous anti-government protests were wounded in a prison disturbance in which a 57-year-old Nicaraguan-American dual national was shot dead, a lawyer for several inmates said Friday. Attorney Yonarqui Martínez also said three student protest leaders ...
Albania opposition set to continue anti-govt protests
Albania's center-right opposition has decided to continue protests calling for the resignation of the government and for an early parliamentary election.The leadership of the Democratic Party-led opposition decided to hold a small protest Sunday against the arrest of a senior ...
Sudan military to make “important announcement”, says state-controlled media
No details given as demonstrators continue sit-in in front of Sudanese military headquarters demanding President Omar al-Bashir's resignation
Gunfire heard in Khartoum as anti-government protests outside military headquarters enters third day
Demonstrations calling on president Omar al Bashir to step down began in December
Sudan graffiti artist honors anti-government protest victims
Her graffiti spurs discussion about how unarmed protesters became casualties
Large protests continue across Algeria for 4th Friday
Some activists complain on Twitter that public transport links to the capital Algiers were shut down
Sudan’s government crackdown on protest stirs concern
Rrising costs of bread and fuel sparked initial protests, which quickly escalated to demand removal of longtime President Omar al-Bashir
Zimbabwe activists push back on social media restrictions
But the government says there is abuse which it claims hurts the country
Update: Maduro prays with evangelical supporters
The Latest on the political crisis in Venezuela (all times local): 10:50 a.m. Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has turned to the power of prayer as opposition leaders backed by the United States amp up pressure for his ouster. Maduro on Wednesday participated ...
Showdown in Venezuela as US backs Maduro rival’s power claim
Venezuelans headed into uncharted political waters Thursday, with the young leader of a newly united and combative opposition claiming to hold the presidency and socialist President Nicolas Maduro digging in for a fight with the Trump administration. Violence flared again Wednesday ...
Bashir heads to qatar as protests rock sudan
Sudan president to meet with Qatar's emir Wednesday to discuss ways of boosting relations, Qatar state news agency QNA reports
UN rights chief condemns Sudan’s crackdown on protesters
UN high commissioner for human rights, Michelle Bachelet, calls on Sudanese authorities to stop using excessive force to repress peaceful anti-government demonstrations
12 charged in detention of Venezuelan opposition leader
A Caracas court has decided to keep the agents with the feared SEBIN intelligence police under arrest as they await trial on charges that include 'illegitimate detention' and 'abuse of functions'
Zimbabwe police arrest prominent political activist
Evan Mawarire, leader of 2016 anti-government movement, accused of inciting violence through social media
Sudan protests death toll reaches 24, panel says
Protests broke out in December over rising food prices and cash shortages
Anti-government protests in DR Congo’s North Kivu province hamper response to ebola epidemic
The WHO says all gains that have been made in fighting Ebola in North Kivu are at risk because of the upsurge in violence
Amnesty says 37 killed in Sudan’s anti-government protests
Amnesty International says it has "credible reports" that Sudanese police have killed 37 protesters in clashes during anti-government demonstrations that erupted last week across much of the country. In a statement late Monday, the London-based rights group said the use of ...
Sudan’s bashir makes first comments on ongoing protests
More demonstrations took place Monday in Jazeera state, south of Khartoum, where Bashir is scheduled to make a visit Tuesday
Nicaragua expels watchdog investigating violent protests
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights will continue its work from Washington
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