Following police raids against the Last Generation movement, Saskia Esken from Germany's ruling SPD party warned against using heavy-handed tactics on climate protesters.
We take a look at papers' hopes for the upcoming presidential elections in Turkey. We also discuss cartoonists' takes on the coronation of King Charles III, as well as a "bitter pill to swallow" in Syria, and how the growing use of artificial intelligence is already hurting people in Kenya. Le Monde dives into fake protests orchestrated by Russian intelligence agencies.
Kenya's opposition leader has been mobilizing protests against President Ruto, who was voted in last year. Protests were halted for a month, only to resume after a negotiation impasse.
Ethiopia's Gondar protests over plan to disband regional forces. In tonight's edition: At least two people have been killed in Ethiopia's Amhara region amid protests against the government's efforts to disband regional special forces.
Anti-pension reform protesters again flooded the streets of cities around France on the 11th day of organized action against the unpopular proposal.
Kenya‘s opposition leader Raila Odinga suspended anti-government protests after pressure from religious leaders and civil society groups. Over the years, Odinga has used mass demonstrations as a means to push for political changes and concessions from the government. But does the popular politician use his support for his own interests?
India's foreign ministry says it rejects attempts by Beijing to change the names of mountains and rivers in its Arunachal Pradesh state. China also lays claim to the region.
Large anti-government protests have rocked Africa during the last few weeks. DW looks at what's driving Africans to take to the streets across the continent?
A young man was shot dead in Kenya on Monday, a hospital said, as anti-government protests turned increasingly violent, with police firing tear gas at opposition leader Raila Odinga's convoy and his supporters, and looters going on the rampage.
The death of a popular rapper has prompted many young people in Mozambique to protest against the country's problems. The Mozambican state and the ruling FRELIMO party are responding with repression.
Kenyan President William Ruto vowed on Tuesday to protect his citizens amid the ongoing anti-government protests, which have seen many lose their homes and businesses in the aftermath, while opposition leader Raila Odinga said he will continue on with demonstrations.
It is crucial week for the future of the French government’s plans to reform the pension system. Another huge strike is planned by the unions for Tuesday, and any significant dip in the number of people taking part in demonstrations will weaken their cause.