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Portland mayor accuses Trump of creating hatred
Biden: Trump ‘recklessly encouraging’ Portland violence
Chinese military protests US spy plane for breaching PLA no-fly zone
The Chinese military strongly protested a US spy plane trespassing into a no-fly zone of a live-fire drill by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), a spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of National Defense said.
Protests against Netanyahu continue with momentum
Thousands of Israelis protested outside the prime minister’s official residence Saturday as summer-long demonstrations against Benjamin Netanyahu maintained their momentum.
Activist’s arrest in Portland galvanizes Black Lives Matter
The arrest during a Portland, Oregon protest of a black woman who became a leading activist in the racial justice movement after she was assaulted by a white supremacist three years ago has galvanized local and national Black Lives Matter groups.
Thai PM 'concerned' after new student demands on monarchy
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Tuesday he is concerned about a growing student protest movement after another student group issued an unusually frank 10-point call for reform of the monarchy.
President says authorities won't let Belarus be torn apart as protests erupt after election
President Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday that authorities would not let Belarus be ripped apart by instability after huge protests erupted following a presidential election on Sunday, Reuters quoted BelTA as reporting.
Thai police summon protest leaders for breaching coronavirus emergency law
Thai police summoned five organizers of student-led protests against the government, saying they had violated a coronavirus emergency decree that forbids large gatherings, police told Reuters on Wednesday
UN rights office urges US to rein in police at protests
US police and security forces must not use disproportionate force against protesters and journalists in US cities including Portland or detain them unlawfully, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Friday.
Security scare as France's Macron accosted by protesters
President Emmanuel Macron's security arrangements were brought into question on Wednesday after he was confronted by protesters calling for his resignation while strolling in a public garden on France's national holiday.
At least 165 killed in Ethiopia weeklong protests over musician’s killing
Police in Ethiopia said at least 166 people have lost their lives in violent protests that have rocked the Horn of Africa country over the past week.
Air France, Hop! to shed 7,580 jobs; union protests
Air France management said Friday it planned to eliminate 7,580 jobs at the airline and its regional unit Hop! by the end of 2022 because of the coronavirus crisis.
US violates int’l law while expecting ordinary Americans to observe ‘law and order’: Spokesman
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said while the American regime is blatantly violating all norms of international law, its president is urging ordinary people to abide by "law and order" at a time that violent protests are sweeping through the US over police brutality and racial profiling of African-Americans.
US protests show 'deep-seated internal crises': Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday (June 14) that the US anti-racism protests were a sign of deep crises in the country, in his first comments on the situation.
Lebanon in crisis talks as currency plunge sparks protests
Lebanon's government held crisis talks Friday after the country's currency plumbed record lows on the black market, triggering a night of angry protests over the worst recession in decades.
Black US authors top New York Times bestseller list as protests continue
Black American authors, including Michelle Alexander and Ijeoma Oluo, surged to the top of the latest New York Times’ bestseller list, marking the first time the top 10 entries on the “combined print and e-book non-fiction list” are primarily titles that focus on race issues in the US.

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