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Angry protests erupt in Catalonia over Spain court ruling against independence leaders
Angry protests erupt across Catalonia against a decision by Spain's top court to sentence several Catalonia leaders to up to 13 years behind bars for sedition over their role in an independence referendum back in 2017.
Baghdad Provincial Council elects new governor after deadly protests
The Provincial Council of Baghdad has elected Mohammed Jaber al-Atta as the new governor of the Iraqi capital province, one week after the former head stepped down in the wake of demonstrations against corruption, staggering youth unemployment and poor public services.
More Hong Kong protests planned as metro limps back to business
Hong Kong’s metro rail system will shut early again on Thursday to allow time to repair damaged facilities, its operator said as the city braced for more anti-government demonstrations after a string of violent protests in the Asian financial hub.
Iraqis' vigilance will prevent others from exploiting their legitimate concerns: Iran FM
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the Iraqi nation’s vigilance will prevent foreigners from taking advantage of recent protests in the Arab country to advance their own interests.
Ecuador ‘open’ to foreign mediation to end protests
Ecuador’s government said on Tuesday it would be open to international mediation via the United Nations or the Catholic Church on a sixth day of violent anti-austerity protests, which it said had led to 570 arrests.
China raps EU’s 'hypocritical' stance on Hong Kong protests
China’s embassy in Paris on Monday strongly criticized French and European reaction to protests in Hong Kong, calling it hypocritical and telling France to show empathy after it experienced its own violent demonstrations.
Baghdad curfew lifted after deadly protests
A curfew was lifted in Baghdad on Saturday following days of protests which have left nearly 100 dead, but tensions remained after influential Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr demanded the government quit.
Ecuador unions call off anti-austerity protests over mass arrests
Ecuador’s transport unions on Friday called off protests against the scrapping of fuel subsidies by President Lenin Moreno after two days of unrest that halted transport nationwide and resulted in almost 370 arrests.
Hong Kong protesters defy mask ban as city grinds to halt
Masked pro-democracy protesters marched through Hong Kong in defiance of a ban on face coverings as much of the city ground to a halt on Saturday, with the subway suspended and many shops shuttered following another night of violence.
Hong Kong emergency law bans masked protests
Hong Kong's leader invoked colonial-era emergency powers Friday to ban protesters wearing face masks, but the move aimed at quelling months of unrest sparked immediate fresh rallies and vows to defy the new law.
Iraqi police fire in air during new protests in Baghdad
Riot police in Iraq have fired live rounds into the air and used tear gas to disperse protesters, who took to the streets in the capital, Baghdad, for a second consecutive day against what they describe as unemployment and poor public services.
One dead, 200 wounded in Iraqi protests
At least one person has been killed and 200 others have sustained wounds in a protest rally against alleged corruption in Iraq’s capital city of Baghdad.
China's Xi renews commitment to Hong Kong amid protests
Chinese Communist Party leader and President Xi Jinping on Monday renewed his government's commitment to allowing Hong Kong to manage its own affairs amid continuing anti-government protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Protests in Egypt call for Sisi ouster
Anti-government protests broke out in Egypt Friday, urging President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to step down.
Yellow Vests march in Paris for 44th week of protests
French "yellow vest" protesters demonstrated in Paris on Saturday, September 14, marking the anti-government movement's 44th week

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