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Scuffles erupted as thousands of Iraqis mark 3rd anniversary of nationwide protests
Scuffles broke out between protesters and security forces injuring dozens as thousands gathered Saturday in Iraq's capital to mark three years since nationwide demonstrations erupted against endemic corruption.
Protests across Indonesia as anger mounts over fuel price increase
Thousands of people rallied in Indonesia's biggest cities on Tuesday, demanding the government reverse its first subsidised fuel price increase in eight years amid soaring inflation.
Haitians launch protests, demand ouster of prime minister
Thousands of protesters in Haiti’s capital and other major cities blocked roads, shut down businesses and marched through the streets Monday to demand that Prime Minister Ariel Henry step down and to call for a better quality of life.
Sri Lanka acting president declares emergency amid protests
Sri Lanka’s acting president on Monday declared a state of emergency giving him broad authority amid growing protests demanding his resignation two days before the country’s lawmakers are set to elect a new president.
Panama government reduces fuel prices in face of protests
Panama's president announced a reduction in gasoline prices and freezing of rates for several other essential products Monday in the face of continuing protests against inflation and corruption.
Sri Lanka president’s brother stopped from flying out amid crisis
Sri Lankan immigration officials said they have prevented the president’s brother and former finance minister Basil Rajapaksa from flying out of the country, as anger rises against the powerful family for a debilitating economic crisis.
Tear gas fired as Sudan anti-coup protests flare again
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Friday at hundreds of protesters who rallied for a second day in a row in the capital against last year's military coup, witnesses said.
Ecuador's gov’t, Indigenous leaders reach deal ending protests
Ecuador's government and Indigenous groups' leaders reached an agreement to end more than two weeks of protests against the social and economic policies of President Guillermo Lasso which left at least eight dead, Indigenous leaders said.
Ecuador gov’t, Indigenous leaders hold first talks amid protests
Ecuador's government and Indigenous leaders met on Saturday for the first formal talks since mass protests began two weeks ago, and President Guillermo Lasso eased security measures.
Ecuador opposition MPs push to remove president after protests
A group of opposition lawmakers in Ecuador are pushing for the removal of conservative President Guillermo Lasso after nearly two weeks of mass protests led by Indigenous groups demanding lower fuel and food prices, though other legislators say they will not back his ouster.
Belgium hit by protests over cost of living spike
A day of strikes in Belgium over the cost of living forced Brussels Airport to cancel all departing flights on Monday and halted many bus services across the country.
Ecuador declares state of emergency amid Indigenous protests
Ecuador's President Guillermo Lasso declared a state of emergency in three provinces late Friday in response to protests by Indigenous people demanding cuts in fuel prices.
Huge protests in Asia over Indian officials’ remarks about Muslims’ Prophet
Muslims took to the streets in huge protests around Asia after Friday prayers, sparked by derogatory remarks about the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by two officials from India’s ruling party that has triggered a diplomatic backlash against New Delhi.
Peru declares state of emergency on highways as protests continue
Peru declared a one-month state of emergency to allow the armed forces to supervise its highways, as the government of President Pedro Castillo tries to stem nationwide protests over rising fuel and food prices.
Peru president imposes curfew in Lima after protests
Peruvian President Pedro Castillo announced a curfew for Tuesday for the capital Lima and neighboring port city Callao following a demonstration that caused roadblocks and "acts of violence".

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