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At least one protester killed in Ecuador in anti-austerity march
At least one indigenous protester was killed in unrest in Ecuador's capital Quito amid protests that were expected to continue for an eighth day on Thursday against President Lenin Moreno's austerity measures.
March of anger by French police shows discontent with poor working conditions
Discontented police officers in the French capital, Paris, are on a “march of anger” against poor working conditions and an anti-police sentiment that has been there since the so-called yellow vest protests erupted nearly a year ago.
Thousands march in Algeria, say no election before elite quits
Tens of thousands of Algerians have marched in the capital to demand that the rest of the ruling elite follow former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in quitting power before any new election.
Mexicans march to vent anger at police over rape cases
Hundreds of protesters flooded the streets of Mexico City demanding justice for two teenage girls who were allegedly raped by police officers.
Tens of thousands march again in Hong Kong
Hong Kong witnessed another huge anti-government march on Sunday with seemingly no end in sight to the turmoil engulfing the finance hub.
Haitians march against rape after students sexually assaulted
More than 1,000 Haitians took to the streets of the capital Port-au-Prince on Sunday to denounce sexual violence in the country after two students were gang-raped this week.
German exports rebounded unexpectedly in March
German exports rose unexpectedly in March, data showed on Friday, raising hopes that a slowdown in Europe’s largest economy will not significantly dent growth in the first quarter despite headwinds from trade disputes.
Hundreds march in Paris for 25th Yellow Vests protest
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Paris on Saturday for the 25th consecutive weekly Yellow Vests march.
UK car output falls 14% in March, worse seen if no Brexit deal
British car output fell for the tenth month in a row in March, hit by a slowdown in key foreign markets, and the sector stands to suffer a lot more if the country leaves the European Union without a deal, an industry body said on Tuesday.
China's industrial profits picked up in March with 13.9% rise
Profits at China’s industrial firms grew in March, rebounding from four months of contraction, adding to optimism the world’s second-largest economy may be starting to stabilize.
Japan's March factory output decline flags risk of GDP contraction
Japan’s industrial output fell in January-March at the fastest pace in almost five years, suggesting the economy may post a mild contraction in the first quarter as manufacturers struggle with the US-Sino trade war.
Sudan military rulers urge talks ahead of 'million-man' march
There is expected to be a million-man march in Sudan on Thursday, according to protest leaders who demand a peaceful transition to civilian rule; and at the same time the military council has called for talks with the Alliance for Freedom and Change.
Reuters poll: China Q1 GDP growth seen cooling to 6.3 percent, but March may suggest rebound
China’s first-quarter economy growth likely cooled to the weakest pace in at least 27 years, a Reuters poll showed, but a flurry of measures to boost domestic demand may have put a floor under slowing activity in March.
Indonesia posts surprise trade surplus in March, analysts doubt sustainability
Indonesia posted a surprise trade surplus for a second straight month in March, supporting the central bank’s outlook of a narrowing current account deficit, but economists warn a trade deficit could return after Wednesday’s presidential elections.

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