Tagged With Protests

Saudi Arabia executes 26-year-old man for protesting against the government when he was a teen, human rights groups say


Twitter taught me, a young Nigerian journalist, that you're never alone. Now the government has banned it, threatening my livelihood.


Minneapolis residents are still occupying George Floyd Square as the city vows to reopen the intersection



Biden revokes Trump executive order for sculpture garden of 'American Heroes'


Improvised flamethrower modeled on an Elon Musk design among the weaponry found at US protests, documents focusing on the far-right reveal


Americans can't keep ignoring the dozens of states sneaking through laws that attack the right to protest and make it more dangerous to take to the streets



Colombian protesters as young as 13 years old are being killed in the streets as they fight for a better future. The rest of the world should have their backs.


GOP state lawmaker facing criminal charges related to a video that appears to show him allowing right-wing protestors to enter the Oregon Capitol


How America's state police got military weapons


Hundreds of Jewish supremacists chant 'Death to Arabs' as tensions boil over in Jerusalem clashes


Oklahoma just passed a law providing protections to some drivers who hit protesters with a car


The Postal Service is reportedly monitoring Americans' social media for 'inflammatory' content, per report



Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict will never bring me peace


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs 'anti-riot' bill that grants civil immunity to drivers who hit protesters and protects police budgets from being cut


An Oregon man was arrested after pointing a gun at anti-police protestors and firing into the air, police say


Myanmar's military junta has reportedly killed at least 43 children since February coup



In 2 months, Myanmar's military has killed more than 500 people. The international community has done little to help.


People in Myanmar are using trash to protest as the death toll climbs to more than 500


Protesters in Myanmar may be targeting textile factories owned by China to force the country to speak out against the military coup


At least 138 peaceful protesters have been killed in Myanmar since a February 1 coup, according to the UN