Понедельник, Февраль 24, 2020
Six people died and more than 200 were injured in the Indonesian capital Jakarta after protesters clashed with security forces and set fire to a police dormitory and vehicles, officials have said. Protests by supporters of an unsuccessful presidential candidate...
Three prison guards and 29 inmates were killed in a prison riot in Tajikistan that the government blamed on Islamic State militants. Tajikistan’s Justice Ministry said the riot broke out late on Sunday in the prison in the city of...
Taxi and rental car drivers are planning to hold a demonstration in Vienna on Thursday, May 16, to demand increased regulations on ride-sharing companies, such as Uber. As many as 2000 vehicles may participate in the protest, which will start at...
Metro workers in Madrid are planning to hold a series of strikes from Wednesday, May 15, through Saturday, May 25, to denounce the workplace safety hazards. While significant disruptions, including the potential cancelations of all services, are possible during the strike periods,...
About 2,000 people have protested against a church being built on a park square in Yekaterinburg in Russia. Twenty-six people were arrested during Tuesday's clashes and there were further protests on Wednesday. Activists say building St Catherine's Cathedral on the...
The National Labour Congress (NLC) - an umbrella organization for trade unions - has called for a protest to take place in Abuja on Monday, May 13. The organization is demanding the resignation of the Minister of Labour and...
An ongoing protest is reported in the city of Mansourieh (Mount Lebanon) as of Thursday, May 9, to denounce the installation of high-voltage power lines in the city. Security forces have reportedly blocked roads leading to St. Therese Church. Heightened security measures...
Protesters packed the streets of Prague, blowing whistles and chanting: "We are not blind." Many worry that the Czech Republic's new justice minister could meddle in a criminal case against the prime minister. On Monday, tens of thousands of people...
Fuel distribution workers in Tunisia began a three-day strike on Thursday to demand higher wages, leading to long queues and empty pumps at petrol stations across the North African nation. The government is facing rising public demands for more pay...
Thousands of people in Budapest protested plans by the Hungarian government to reform the Hungarian Academy of the Sciences on Sunday, June 2. Critics claim the plans of the administration of Prime Minister Victor Orbán seek to limit academic...

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