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Hong Kong protesters stage flash mob rallies
Groups of individuals in Hong Kong have staged flash mob protests across the city’s shopping districts on the 19th week of unrest in the Chinese city.
Extinction Rebellion protesters call on BBC to 'tell climate truth'
Extinction Rebellion activists have called on the BBC to “tell the full truth” about the climate crisis as they protested outside its headquarters in central London.
Facing protesters’ wrath, Ecuador government relocates out of capital
Ecuador’s president says he has moved his government from the capital, Quito, to the coastal city of Guayaquil, as angry protesters converge on the capital city to rebuke him over rising fuel prices.
Climate protesters block roads in global 'rebellion'
Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on Monday, sparking arrests as they kicked off two weeks of global protests demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction."
Police launch pre-emptive raid against protesters
The Metropolitan Police have raided a building in Kennington (London) housing environmental protesters and arrested 10 activists.
Scores of Hong Kong protesters arrested for defying mask ban
Hong Kong police and protesters clashed on Sunday as tens of thousands marched through the central city wearing face masks in defiance of emergency laws which threaten a year in prison for hiding their faces during demonstrations.
Protesters burn US, NATO flags during Pompeo's visit in Athens
Protesters have burned US and NATO flags in Athens as the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held meetings with Greek government officials.
Indonesia president urges police restraint after protesters' deaths
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Friday called for police restraint and promised an investigation into the deaths of two students killed during protests that have spread to become the country’s biggest in decades.
Hong Kong protesters burn flag, police fire pepper spray
Protesters in Hong Kong burned a Chinese flag and police fired pepper spray Saturday in renewed clashes over grievances by the demonstrators.
'Feminist emergency' declared in Spain after summer of violence
Protesters took to the streets of more than 250 towns and cities across Spain to declare a “feminist emergency” after a series of high-profile rape cases and a summer in which 19 women were murdered by current or former partners.
Thousands demand justice for slain protesters in Sudan
Thousands protested outside the presidential palace in Khartoum on Thursday, calling for the appointment of top judicial officials and justice for demonstrators killed since December.
Argentinian protesters occupy Buenos Aires over food crisis
Several thousand protesters camped Wednesday in downtown Buenos Aires to demand Argentina declare a food emergency as the economic crisis deepened just weeks ahead of the presidential election.
Yellow Vest protesters return to streets for 43rd week
Hundreds of "yellow vests" demonstrators gather in front of the steps of the Opéra Comédie in Montpellier, for a "national" call to action.
Hong Kong police disperse brick-throwing protesters
Police in Hong Kong have fired teargas and used water cannon to disperse crowds of brick-throwing protesters.
Hong Kong police briefly turn water cannon on protesters, fire tear gas
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and brief spurts of water cannon amid running battles with brick-throwing protesters in driving rain on Sunday after violent clashes a day earlier in which police fired tear gas for the first time in more than a week.

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