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8 Dec 2019
As part of a fresh round of global climate protests, demonstrations are planned in more than 500 German cities — from Aachen to Zwickau. In Berlin alone, over 50,000 protesters are expected in the government district.
20 Oct 2019
At least two protesters have died as Indonesian students have mobilized the largest demonstrations in two decades against a new set of proposed conservative laws they say will discriminate against women and minorities.
24 Jan 2019
Mass demonstrations in Venezuela as US and others recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president.
15 Jan 2019
Mass demonstrations in Zimbabwe as fuel prices more than double.
6 Feb 2017
Romania's premier announces a dramatic climbdown on contentious corruption legislation after five days of demonstrations that were the biggest since the fall of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in 1989.

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