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Egypt hands down 17 life sentences over deadly 2014 unrest
A court in the Egyptian capital of Cairo has handed down life sentences to 17 people over their involvement in the country's anti-government protests in 2014 in which three people died.
Sudan president picks new intelligence chief amid protests
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has picked a new intelligence chief amid a widening crackdown on protests against price hikes.
Protests rock Bangladesh as court jails Zia for five years
A court in Bangladesh has sentenced opposition leader Khaleda Zia to five years in jail after convicting the two-time former premier of embezzling money meant for an orphanage.
Protests mar Turkish president's meeting with Pope
As Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is on an official visit to Rome, some 150 Kurdish and Italian protesters clash with police officers in front of the Vatican after the demonstrators staged a rally to express their opposition to Turkey's military operation in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin.
Bahrainis continue daily protests ahead of 7th uprising anniversary
Bahrain continues to be the scene of anti-regime protests on an almost daily basis, as people in the Persian Gulf kingdom gear up to mark the seventh anniversary of their uprising.
Tunisia says over 900 arrested in anti-austerity protests
Tunisian authorities have announced the apprehension of more than 900 people following demonstrations against austerity measures imposed by the government.
New protests as Tunisia marks uprising anniversary
Tunisians on Sunday marked seven years since the uprising that launched the Arab Spring, with more protests after days of unrest over persisting poverty and unemployment.
Japan protests after Chinese vessel sails in vicinity of disputed isles
Japan has officially protested to China over an incident in which a Chinese frigate sailed in waters near disputed islands in the East China Sea, calling on Beijing to avoid actions that could impede the betterment of bilateral relations.
UK says Iran’s domestic affairs ‘none of our business’
The United Kingdom’s Ambassador to Iran said the Islamic Republic’s domestic affairs, including recent unrests, are none of his country’s business and that the UK will stay out of Iranian internal affairs.
Iran's embassy in London protests media hype in UK
Iran's embassy in London in a letter to the Office of Communications, known as 'Ofcom' objected to the media hype by some Persian-language media in Britain during the recent unrests in Iran.
Attorney Gen. names Micheal D’Andrea as mastermind of Iran's unrest
Attorney General Montazeri on Thu. revealed that the mastermind behind the eruption of protests in the country was a US-Israeli-Saudi think tank that had been plotting for the rallies since four years ago.
Honduras opposition calls for month of protests against president
Honduras's leftwing opposition called for a month of protests and possible insurrection to reject President Juan Orlando Hernandez's claim to have won re-election in a bitterly disputed poll held in November.
UN envoy to Iran reacts to recent protests in Iran
United Nations Resident Coordinator in Iran Gary Lewis tweeted on Wednesday reacting to the recent protests in Tehran and some other Iranian cities.

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