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23 Jun
The Ondo State High Court, Sitting in Olokuta Correctional Centre, Akure the state capital has granted bail to Kemisola Ogunniyi, the EndSARS protester who delivered in prison custody.
5 Mar
Thousands attend 33-year-old Lwin Lwin Oo's funeral. He was shot dead during clashes with security forces on February 28 in Myanmar's southern coastal city of Dawei.
10 Feb
Police have fired rubber bullets on demonstrators in Myanmar who gathered in defiance of rules imposed by the military junta that make their protests illegal.
26 Jan
Russian police used brutal force in their crackdown on Saturday's pro-Navalny rallies. Now, one officer has apologized for a particularly egregious incident in St Petersburg.
16 Nov 2020
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22 Jan 2020
Intricately detailed Hong Kong protester figurines have become the latest must-have collectibles as toy stores recreate the pro-democracy movement's street battles with police in their shop displays.
31 Dec 2019
Sudan sentences 29 to death over the killing of a protester
29 Dec 2019
Iraqi protesters in the southern city of Basra burn tyres and block roads as the latest deadline for choosing a new prime minister loomed. Anti-government protests have rocked Baghdad and the Shiite-majority south since October 1, with demonstrators calling for an overhaul of a regime they deem corrupt and inefficient.
28 Dec 2019
Iraqi anti-government protesters burn tyres to block roads in the southern city of Basra to vent their anger against the candidates put forward by political parties to replace the previous prime minister Adel Abdel Mahdi.
9 Nov 2019
Tens of thousands of protesters in Chile clash with police during a huge rally kicking off the third week of anti-government demonstrations that have sparked deadly unrest.
25 Oct 2019
Image of soldier embracing protester in Lebanon goes viral
20 Oct 2019
Hundreds of Hong Kongers stage a sit-in outside the school of a protester who was shot by police as authorities said the wounded 18-year-old was now in a stable condition. The international finance hub has been left reeling from the shooting, the first time a demonstrator has been struck with a live round in nearly four months of increasingly violent pro-democracy protests.

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