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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
First official death in Kashmir protests prompts tighter security
An 18-year-old man has succumbed to his wounds in Indian-administered Kashmir nearly a month after he was injured during a protest, marking the first official death since India flooded the Muslim-majority Himalayan region with troops.
British authorities expect huge protests in the run-up to Brexit
Yesterday’s massive demonstrations against Boris Johnson’s and the Queen’s decision to suspend parliament may well be a harbinger of things to come as Britain moves deeper into unchartered political territory.
Indonesia urges calm after deadly Papua protests
The Indonesian government has called for calm following violent protests, including in Papua Province, over racial discrimination.
Indonesia urges calm in Papua after two weeks of protests
Indonesia’s chief security minister on Friday urged calm in the easternmost region of Papua after two weeks of sometimes violent protests, saying demonstrators’ demands for an investigation into racism had been met.
500 incidents of protests, hundreds injured in Kashmir lockdown: Sources
Hundreds of incidents of protest have erupted in Indian-administered Kashmir since the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the Muslim-majority Himalayan region of its autonomy and imposed a security clampdown more than three weeks ago.
Crackdown on Kashmiri youth to contain protests
Life in Kashmir has come to a standstill after New Delhi revoked the article 370 of the Indian constitution, stripping the disputed region of its autonomous status. Lockdown has so far remained largely in place: Colleges and public transportation remain shut, businesses are closed, and people continue to stay inside their houses. India has however decided to re-open some primary and middle schools as part of its attempt to bring back stability to Kashmir.
Hong Kong’s leader vows to narrow rifts
Facing pressure to end months of anti-government protests, Hong Kong’s leader pledged Tuesday to open up dialogue with city residents in an effort to narrow differences.
Zimbabwe police break up protests after court ban
Riot police in Zimbabwe fired teargas and beat demonstrators on Friday during a crackdown on opposition supporters who have taken to Harare's streets despite a protest ban.
Hong Kong protests shut down airport
All passenger flights in and out of Hong Kong were canceled on Monday after thousands of protesters flooded the city's airport to denounce police violence.
Scuffles break out during 39th weekend of Yellow Vests protests
Police have clashed with Yellow Vest protesters who had hit the streets of Paris for the 39th consecutive week.
Hong Kong leader rules out concessions, warns of economic downturn
Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam warned Friday that two months of demonstrations were causing economic chaos in the city but ruled out making concessions to "silence the violent protesters."
Nigeria’s prominent cleric Zakzaky granted bail after mass protests
A Nigerian court has granted bail to Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky so that he can fly to India for medical care, his lawyer says.
Thousands resume Hong Kong protests, China won't 'sit idly by'
Thousands of protesters took to Hong Kong’s streets on Sunday, a day after violent clashes between anti-government protesters and police, and as China’s official news agency warned Beijing will not let the situation in the Asian financial hub continue.
Girl's murder sparks outcry, protests in Romania
Several thousand protesters rallied in Bucharest after Romania's police chief was fired over the murder of a 15-year-old girl who had made three emergency calls to report her own kidnapping and given clues to her whereabouts.

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