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Holidaymakers face delays as fuel price protesters block England’s M5
Protesters campaigning against high fuel prices have disrupted holiday getaways to the southwest of England by driving in a convoy slowly up and down a motorway before blockading a petrol station.
Sri Lanka president flees country, protesters storm PM office
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa fled the country early on Wednesday, just days after thousands of protesters stormed his residence over the nation's crippling economic crisis.
Protest intensifies after video of US police killing black man released
Several hundred protesters marched Sunday in Akron, Ohio, after the release of body camera footage that showed police fatally shooting a black man with several dozen rounds of bullets.
Thousands protest in Madrid against NATO summit
Carrying the hammer and sickle flags of the former Soviet Union, thousands protested in Madrid on Sunday against a NATO summit which will take place in the Spanish capital next week.
New protest held in Tunis against president's plan for Constitution
Hundreds of people demonstrated in Tunis on Sunday in a second day of protest against a constitutional referendum called by President Kais Saied that his opponents say would cement his hold on power.
Americans hold rally against poverty
Thousands of Americans gathered Saturday in downtown Washington for a rally to call attention to a wide range of issues disproportionately affecting poor and low-income Americans, including health care, housing, gun violence, abortion rights and labor conditions.
Yemenis protest continued Saudi-led aggression
Thousands of Yemeni people poured into the streets in the capital Sana’a and other cities to voice their outrage over the continued acts of aggression and war crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition.
Tunisians defy riot police to protest against president
More than a thousand Tunisians rallied Sunday decrying what they said was a power grab by President Kais Saied and his proposed constitutional reforms.
Sri Lankan opposition MPs defy curfew to stage protest amid economic crisis
Armed troops in Sri Lanka blocked a Sunday opposition protest march staged in defiance of an emergency curfew to protest the island nation's worsening economic crisis, after authorities imposed a social media blackout to contain public dissent.
Tunisian protest shows widening opposition to president's one-man rule
Thousands of supporters of a hardline Tunisian party protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied for his march towards one-man rule and failure to avert an economic crisis, showing the increasingly broad opposition to his actions.
Argentinians protest against $45b agreement with IMF
Argentine protesters burned tires, hurled stones and smashed windows outside the Congress building on Thursday, railing against a $45 billion agreement with the International Monetary Fund.
Iraqis protest rise in food prices, officials blame Ukraine war
Protests erupted Wednesday in Iraq's south over a rise in food prices that officials attributed to the conflict in Ukraine.
New Zealand's parliament protest ends with clashes, arrests
New Zealand police on Wednesday ended an anti-vaccine mandate protest that had disrupted the capital for the past three weeks, dismantling an encampment outside parliament, towing away vehicles and arresting dozens.
Greeks protest at soaring cost of living
Thousands of Greeks on Saturday joined union protests in several cities against a steep rise in the cost of living as the government vowed to boost emergency support for households.

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