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1. Violent Protests Outside Brazil Congress Over Austerity Measures
November 29, 2016

Police used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse thousands of demonstrators protesting against cutbacks to social programs outside Brazil's Congress on Tuesday as Senators prepared to vote for a 20-year cap on federal spending. Protestors burned three cars, smashed windows on government buildings and threw rocks at police on the ministry-lined central esplanade of Brasilia, according to a Reuters photographer at the scene. Around 10,000 protesters — ranging from students and...... (read more)

2. India Promises Substitute for Pellet Guns that Blinded Hundreds of Kashmiri Protestors
August 25, 2016

India’s home minister on a visit to Kashmir said substitutes will soon be found for pellet guns that have blinded or caused severe eye injuries to hundreds of people during the worst protests to have wracked the Himalayan region in six years.   The use of pellet guns by security forces to quell the demonstrations has flooded hospitals with victims and triggered huge anger in Kashmir. Human rights groups, such as Amnesty International, have called for prohibiting their use. ...... (read more)

3. Demonstrators Confront Turkish Military During Attempted Coup
July 15, 2016

Pro-government protestors in Istanbul took to the streets to confront an attempted coup by the Turkish military... (read more)

4. Police Fire at Papua New Guinea Protesters, 4 Killed
June 08, 2016

SYDNEY— Four people were reportedly killed when police in Papua New Guinea opened fire during a protest in the capital, Port Moresby.  The South Pacific country's parliament has been told the violence took place during a demonstration by students. Protestors say the police in Papua New Guinea fired shots directly into the crowd during a rally over alleged government corruption.  The violence reportedly took place when officers tried to arrest the president of a student council.  Opposition members of parliament have said that four people have died, and several others w... (read more)

5. Hundreds of Protesters Arrested at US Capitol
April 11, 2016

Police have arrested more than 400 protesters who were demonstrating by the U.S. Capitol in Washington against the role of money in politics, saying the protesters engaged in "unlawful demonstration activity." Video of the protest Monday showed a police officer saying "If you don't want to be arrested, move on back to 1st street." U.S. Capitol Police said the demonstrators are being processed using mass arrest procedures. Some of the protestors were led away from the east front of the Capitol in plastic handcuffs. The protest was organized by a coalition of ... (read more)

6. Rules to blog by, for blog publishers and readers
May 30, 2015

successroute.biz SuccessRoute.biz. ">Rules to blog by, for blog publishers and readers by Dr. Jeffrey Lant Maybe HE likes all the hubbub. But will you? The calm of my Cambridge, Massachusetts neighborhood was punctuated the other day by student protestors outside Harvard University's Science Center. There 1960's wannabees chanted "Harvard, Harvard, shame on you, honoring a racist fool." The cause of this mayhem was Professor Martin Peretz and his latest blog post on his The New Republic website: "But, frankly Muslim life is cheap, most notably to... (read more)

Author: Vaurn James

7. First major protest during g20 summit staged in toronto - China Children's Cotton Tights
September 21, 2014

Protestors march a massive banner stating "Native Land Rights Now" during a demonstration for indigenous sovereignty ahead of the G8 and G20 summits in downtown Toronto June 24, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)TORONTO, June 25 (Xinhua) -- A major protest was staged Friday in Toronto on the eve of the fourth Group of 20 (G20) Summit, as at least 2,000 people took to the streets in the Canadian host city.The protesters, mostly young people and many appearing to be college students, gathered in a local park around 2 p.m. before starting to march toward the area where the main venue of the G20 summit ... (read more)

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8. Demonstration in afghan town turn violent as 2 killed - China Movable Storage Racks
July 28, 2014

TALUQAN, Afghanistan, May 18 (Xinhua) -- Demonstration to condemn the alleged killing of four civilians by NATO-led troops in Takhar province turned into violence on Wednesday as two people were killed and 15 others injured, a doctor said."The hospital in Taluqan city has received two dead and 15 injured," a doctor in the hospital Faiz Mohammad Ahmadi told Xinhua.The protestors blamed NATO-led troops for targeting a house outside Takhar provincial capital Taluqan city Tuesday night and killing four civilians including two women and arresting two others.Meanwhile, the NATO-led International Sec... (read more)

Author: akjxue@sina.com akjxue

9. Hundreds of malians protest extension of interim government - Windows Shades Blinds
November 19, 2013

BAMAKO - Hundreds of Malians took to the streets Monday to protestan agreement just signed between West African mediators and theleader of this March's military coup that keeps an interim civilianpresident in place for one year, to organize elections. A mobforced its way into the presidential palace and attacked theinterim president, who is being treated for injuries. Hundreds of protestors forced their way into the office of Mali'sinterim president, Dioncounda Traore, Monday, demanding he resign. The president's chief of staff, Souleymane Niafo, says that the mobbeat up the presiden... (read more)

Author: grehh hernjer

10. Double whammy! city warns store after occupy protestors smashwindows
August 05, 2013

To the folks at Weston Wear, it was like getting salt rubbedin their wound. The day after a marauding band of Occupy protestors smashed the Valencia Street clothing store swindows , the owners got another jolt a city citation notice forhaving graffiti on the plywood they had put up over the vandalizedwindows. It was just a head scratcher to us, said Bridget Moore, thestore manager. It seemed there was no thought as to why we had abunch of plywood up. The store s four windows were smashed in the Monday night protest ostensibly held over income inequality and Weston Wear hadthem boarded ... (read more)

Author: efwegbe erergeer

11. Asia Rights Activists Highlight Risks for Development Opponents
July 09, 2013

BANGKOK — Human rights advocates in Southeast Asia are warning about increasing dangers to environmental and community organizers, following several high-profile killings in recent years. They say Asia's economic growth is increasing conflicts with local communities and endangering advocates who oppose big development projects.   Police scuffled with protestors, mostly women, in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh earlier this month. The demonstrators were resisting eviction from their homes to make way for a luxury housing estate.   Such protests are becoming more common ... (read more)

12. Turkish PM Takes Aim at Social Media
June 24, 2013

ISTANBUL — Turkey's prime minister has condemned social media and promised a crackdown on it and its users. There have already been arrests, and new legislation is being drafted to curb its use. But observers claim social media will be increasingly used in the face of a growing police crackdown on protests. Prime Minister Erdogan is on the stump rallying the party faithful against weeks of civil unrest against what protestors claim is his increasingly authoritarian rule. But addressing thousands of supporters Saturday, he dismissed fears of authoritarianism, claiming the unrest is pa... (read more)

13. Brazil Beats Japan, Protests Spoil Confederations Cup Opening Day
June 15, 2013

BRASILIA — Neymar's stunning early strike set Brazil on the way to a 3-0 win over Japan in the opening match of the Confederations Cup on Saturday although the occasion was marred by trouble at a protest outside the stadium. More than 30 people were injured and 22 arrested as police used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse protestors angry at the amount of public money being spent on stadiums for the tournament and next year's World Cup. President Dilma Rousseff and FIFA president Sepp Blatter were jeered before the match at the Mane Garrincha National stadium as the publi... (read more)

14. Turkey's Erdogan Rejects EU Criticism
June 07, 2013

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused his critics of hypocrisy for criticizing a police crackdown on anti-government protesters in Turkey. Speaking at the Istanbul Conference of the Ministry of European Affairs Friday, hours after returning from a trip to North Africa, Mr. Erdogan said similar methods were used against protestors in the United States and in France, Germany and Greece, all members of the EU. Mr. Erdogan spoke in response to the remarks made by EU enlargement commissioner Stefan Fuele, who said that use of excessive police force has no place in a democracy.... (read more)

15. Chinese Environmental Protestors Demand Transparency
May 17, 2013

BEIJING — In the short space of several weeks, two provinces in China have seen three protests against the construction of oil refinery plants. Protestors say they are concerned about the possible health and environmental impact of the plants. The protests not only highlight how environmental activism is growing in this country where speaking out about touchy topics can easily land one in jail, but the need for more transparency. Protests over oil refineries and petrochemical facilities in China, particularly those that produce paraxylene or PX, are becoming increasingly common. PX is a ... (read more)

16. Hundreds of malians protest extension of interim government - Led Par Bulbs Manufacturer
April 24, 2013

BAMAKO - Hundreds of Malians took to the streets Monday to protestan agreement just signed between West African mediators and theleader of this March's military coup that keeps an interim civilianpresident in place for one year, to organize elections. A mobforced its way into the presidential palace and attacked theinterim president, who is being treated for injuries. Hundreds of protestors forced their way into the office of Mali'sinterim president, Dioncounda Traore, Monday, demanding he resign. The president's chief of staff, Souleymane Niafo, says that the mobbeat up the presiden... (read more)

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17. PROTESTERS REACTED AWFULLY TOWARDS POLICE OFFICIALS
April 23, 2013

Protesters reacted awfully towards police officials. There were many attempt to provoke policemen to use force, but police restrained themselves. Protestors protesting for women rights were openly abusing daughters of policemen on duty to provoke them. Protestors fled out their agitation over Delhi Police in New Delhi on FRIDAY, after a brutal rape of 5 year old in east Delhi. Protestors kicked and pushed yellow metal barricades at the gates of the police HQ in an attempt to break through. In order to main the law and order Delhi police became vigil and controlled the outburst. However, th... (read more)

Author: Neeti Aggarwal

18. PROTESTERS REACTED AWFULLY TOWARDS POLICE OFFICIALS
April 22, 2013

Protesters reacted awfully towards police officials. There were many attempts to provoke policemen to use force, but police restrained themselves. Protestors protesting for women rights were openly abusing daughters of policemen on duty to provoke them. Protestors fled out their agitation over Delhi Police in New Delhi on FRIDAY, after a brutal rape of 5 year old in east Delhi protestors kicked and pushed yellow metal barricades at the gates of the police HQ in an attempt to break through. In order to main the law and order Delhi police became vigil and controlled the outburst. ... (read more)

Author: Sheerat Khuran

19. Creating Gardens at Your Place of Business
April 18, 2013

If you are a large multinational company, then you are probably used to some people having a problem with what they perceive to be your company statement. We all know how this goes. Some small grassroots group finds out that you use a particular type of chemical in your washing or degreasing operations. They tell others and soon there are protestors talking about something somewhere which may or may not have to do with your actual business decisions or how harmful they may or may not be for your company. We hear you. The easy thing about all of this is that you can get yourself toget... (read more)

Author: evss green

20. Protesters Join Funeral of Former British Prime Minister
April 17, 2013

LONDON — Tens of thousands of people lined London’s streets on Wednesday for the funeral of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Along with the crowds mourning her passing, there were also hundreds of protestors celebrating the death of one of Britain’s most divisive politicians.  ... (read more)

21. Pakistan: The hatchet must be buried along with the dead
April 01, 2013

For the second time this year, the ethnic Hazara community in Quetta has been massacred in devastating bomb explosions carried out by an anti-Shia militant group, Lashkar-i-Jhangvi. And on both occasions, the hapless Hazaras refused to bury their dead until their demands for protection and changes in the provincial government of Balochistan were accepted. Both in January and February, the Hazara Shias protested by keeping the bodies of their loved ones on the streets for four days at a stretch in Quetta's freezing temperatures and even during rain. Under Islamic principles, bodies are req... (read more)

Author: ankur choudhary

22. Afghan, US Tensions Threaten Orderly Withdrawal
March 20, 2013

WASHINGTON — Tensions between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and U.S. military officials are threatening an orderly transfer of security responsibility ahead of the NATO and U.S. troop withdrawal next year.  Disagreements over the role and location of U.S. troops are fueling controversy and mistrust as we hear in this report from VOA correspondent Meredith Buel. Shouting “death to America,” hundreds of protestors recently traveled from Wardak province to the Afghan capital Kabul demanding the withdrawal of U.S. troops. Afghan President Hamid Karzai ordered U.S. Special... (read more)

23. Israeli Police Disperse Palestinian Protestors at Holy Site
March 08, 2013

Israeli police have fired stun grenades at Palestinian protestors who threw rocks and firebombs at them at one of Jerusalem's holiest sites.Police say riots began after Muslim prayers Friday at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City. Authorities say several hundred Palestinian protestors, many of whom were wearing masks, attacked police after they entered the site to disperse the protests. Several police officers were injured.The area where the mosque stands is known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. ... (read more)

24. Asian Economic Growth Masks Growing Corruption Problem
February 19, 2013

BANGKOK — Corruption in Asia continues to be a drag on growing economies, draining billions of dollars from economic development and triggering a public backlash in some places. Calls for reform are coming from the private sector and United Nations even as the region’s economic prospects improve.     When protestors took to the streets of Bangkok last year, calls were made for the Thai Government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to address signs of growing corruption in Thailand.   A 79-year-old businessman pointed to rising costs of doing business, including b... (read more)

25. Latest News : Telangana Heat To Sharmila's Walk ! Hello Andhra
February 15, 2013

Hello Andhra : Telangana heat struck to the Maro Praja Prasthanam walkathon of YS Jagan's sister Sharmila. Her walk continued in Nalgonda district on Friday evening. When she was in Mukundapur of Nagarjunasagar constituency some Telangana protestors tried to block her way. When Sharmila was speaking from her vehicle to the public Telangana protestors circled the place sloganing Jai Telangana. Tension prevailed at the location for some time. The place was full of slogans demanding Sharmila to give a statement on Telangana with a clarity. Sharmila's tour will continue on Saturday in Tr... (read more)

Author: helloandhra news

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