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Iraq protests run into second week
Protests in Iraq continued into their second week Monday following days of clashes that left six people dead, with demonstrators rallying to put social problems in the spotlight.
Huge protests to greet Trump as he arrives in Britain
US President Donald Trump has arrived in Britain for a four-day visit during which he will meet UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth, and also face mass protests over his policies.
Prime Minister Kvirikashvili resigns protests in Georgia
Georgia's Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has resigned, citing a dispute with the leader of the ruling party, Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Jordan to drop IMF-imposed tax bill after biggest protests in years
Jordan's new prime minister says he will drop a controversial IMF-backed income tax bill which has sparked the kingdom's biggest protests in years.
Jordan protesters press on, some unions strike after new PM appointed
Hundreds of people pressed ahead with protests in Jordan’s capital on Wednesday and some unions went on strike despite King Abullah replacing his prime minister to defuse public anger.
Jordan's king suggests review of entire tax system amid massive protests
Jordan's king says the new government must launch a dialogue over a planned income tax law, which has sparked the country's biggest protests in years.
Jordan's king freezes price hikes in wake of protests
Jordan's King Abdullah II has ordered the government to suspend an increase in fuel and electricity prices in the wake of angry protests.
'I was wrong': Armenia PM quits after mass protests
Armenia's Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian resigned on Monday after mass protests against his election, seen as a blatant power grab by the opposition.
Armenia arrests 70, including 2 suspected attackers, as protests continue
Armenian authorities have announced that at least 70 people have been arrested in ongoing protests caused by the re-election of a former president into the office of prime minister.
Groups join forces in strike against Macron's economic plans
President Emmanuel Macron faced mass protests Thursday as trade unionists seek to galvanize angry students, public sector workers and striking train drivers into a joint movement against his multi-pronged drive to overhaul the French economy.
Armenia’s ex-president elected PM amid protests
Armenia’s former president was elected prime minister on Tuesday amid large-scale protests.
Protests against government job quotas continue in Bangladesh
Students of universities and colleges across Bangladesh have protested “discriminatory” job quotas for the second day as reports say more than 100 were injured in clashes a day earlier.
Massive anti-gun rallies mark a shift in US gun control debate: Activist
The massive protests held across the US on Saturday to demand tighter gun laws mark a shift in America’s gun control debate, an anti-gun activist in Washington says.
UK Islamophobic march in Birmingham draws protests
A growing number of UK citizens and lawmakers have united to condemn an Islamophobic rally by a far-right group in Birmingham, Britain’s second most populous city.
Britain set to sell new jets to Saudis despite protests
(International Desk) Britain is set to sell 48 new Typhoon jets to Saudi Arabia, despite campaigners accusing the country of war crimes.
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