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11 Feb 2021
#EndSARS​: It will be premature to hold protests - Adegboruwa
9 Feb 2021
Despite months of protest by farmers and growing international attention, the Indian government has refused to give in to demands and repeal a set of agricultural laws. Farmers have vowed not to bow under pressure.
7 Feb 2021
A Moscow court jails the Kremlin's most prominent critic Alexei Navalny for nearly three years, triggering more protests resulting in more than a thousand arrests.
2 Feb 2021
Twitter temporarily blocked several accounts within India at the Delhi government’s request. This included accounts of an independent news magazine and Kisan Ekta Morcha, a joint front that represents protesting farmers.
31 Jan 2021
Unrest spread across Tunisia after the government imposed an anti-virus lockdown amid economic hardship. Many Tunisians are frustrated by the lack of political reforms a decade after the Arab Spring.
26 Jan 2021
Tens of thousands of Indian farmers protesting agricultural reforms have driven a convoy of tractors into New Delhi as the capital celebrates Republic Day with a military parade.
16 Jan 2021
Youths take to the streets and burn tyres in Dakar during a night of protests against the curfew reinstated to limit the spread of Covid-19. 'That's when I have to go to work. I am a father and I am prevented from working,' says a taxi driver.
21 Dec 2020
Prime Minister Modi has made an unexpected stop at a Sikh temple in New Delhi. His visit comes as angry farmers — many of them Sikh — are protesting laws they claim give more power to big companies.
13 Dec 2020
The small town of Hildburghausen has a high coronavirus rate, but there have been angry protests against lockdown measures. The District Administrator is now under police protection after receiving death threats.
9 Dec 2020
Sandeep Singh, 65 years old, now spends his nights at the back of his tractor, despite Delhi's bitter winter cold. Like tens of thousands of Indian farmers, he is protesting against agricultural reforms he fears could destroy his livelihood. The farmers are cooking, eating, praying, singing, protesting and sleeping, all on the highway, resolute about maintaining the blockade until Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government reverses course.
3 Dec 2020
Leading Hong Kong dissident Joshua Wong was jailed alongside two other young activists on Wednesday for taking part in last year's huge democracy protests as the crackdown on Beijing's critics gathers pace.
1 Dec 2020
Aftermath Of Protests: Looters return stolen items to Plateau government

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