Thousands of protesters in central Tunis have marched against the seizure power by President, Kais Saied, demanding he step down.
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Alavi was reporting on victims of most recent protests… The countrywide protests erupted in autumn after Jina dead in police custody.
Demonstrators clashed with police while trying to storm parliament after thousands gathered to protest soaring inflation and corruption.
The Iranian State media has denied claims that the “morality police” were shut down as a result of the killing of Mahsa Amini.
China’s vast security apparatus has moved swiftly to smother mass protests that swept the country, with police patrolling streets.
Mexico’s electorate is rejecting President Obrador’s plans for reforming the election commission, suspecting a power grab.
Egyptian authorities reportedly detained hundreds of people in a nationwide crackdown following calls for anti-government protests.
It’s often forgotten that Iran’s Green protest movement of 2009 was the precursor to the so-called “Arab Spring,” one observer notes.
Universities in Iran have turned into a battleground between authorities and student demonstrators. The latest protests mirror earlier generations.
People protested in front of government buildings in a north-west Iranian city after one of the biggest nights yet of demonstrations.