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Several hundred people took to the streets in Tunisia on Saturday to protest against President
… Read More “First street protest against coup in Tunisia”
Taliban fighters attacked protesting women in Kabul, not far from the presidential palace on Saturday.
… Read More “Women’s protest in Kabul broken down by Taliban”
The Aba Women’s Riot of 1929 was a two-month rebellion that broke out in Nigeria led by local market
… Read More “What caused the Aba Women’s riot of 1929”
Tired and fought against the system: a 24-year-old woman, after being raped by a politician, saw
… Read More ““Authorities are forcing me to do this”: Lady sets herself on fire live on Facebook”
Tuesday, the government said that South African police had arrested 22 people suspected of committing
… Read More “Racial tensions in South Africa: 22 people arrested”
Thousands of people took to the streets in Berlin on Sunday, August 1, despite a ban by the authorities,
… Read More “Anti-restriction protests in Berlin: 600 arrests, police officers injured – videos”
More than 75,000 jobs have been affected by the violence and looting that recently ravaged several
… Read More “Violence in South Africa: Over 75,000 jobs affected”
Social unrest, which recently rocked several regions in South Africa, has crippled Zimbabwe’s
… Read More “South Africa unrest cripples Zimbabwe’s supply chains”
The term boycott did not appear until 1980, thanks to the intolerable nature of an Irish manager.
… Read More “Story of Charles Boycott – man whose name became a form of peaceful protest”
After a week of violence, the security situation in South Africa appears to be under control on Saturday.
… Read More “After more than 200 deaths, peace seems to have returned in South Africa”
Two protesters were killed, and four others were injured in clashes with security forces in the
… Read More “Ghana: 2 dead and 4 injured in clashes between protesters and police”