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Rukiga residents protest poor service delivery...

Protestors say the Government of not considering their demands for improved services despite the various calls they have made in the past

S.African protests over new minimum wage...

South Africa, which is suffering record unemployment, is due to introduce the 20 rand ($1.60) hourly minimum wage, but it has been widely criticised as...

Taiwan veterans clash with police in pension...

Around 63 protesters were taken away after they climbed parliament's gate according to police. Others tried to pull down the gate using ropes and chains....

Police thwart street protest over sewage...

The unbearable smell caused some pedestrians to hold their noses as they jumped over and walked past the flowing sewage.

Makerere guild president, others arrested...

Police fired tiregas as they clashed with students at Makerere University main campus on a wet Monday morning.

Massive march in Barcelona against jailing...

Chanting "Freedom for the political prisoners", they marched along Parallel Avenue, a main thoroughfare, many waving the red-and-yellow Catalan flag.

Kamuli residents demand Namuganza sacking...

In a non-violent demonstration that paralyzed Kamuli Town on Tuesday morning, youths, boda-boda cyclists and traditional healers demanded for the resignation...

Columnists quit Kenyan media group over freedom...

In a joint statement, the eight highlighted several incidents in recent years that they said pointed to meddling in the independence of the Nation Media...

Mityana residents block road over power

Residents said have not had power for over two weeks and that their efforts to contact Umeme had been fruitless

Police tear gas anti-nuclear protesters in...

Demonstrators threw missiles at officers who have been blocking access to woodland at the Bure plant, halfway between Paris and Strasbourg, since a protest...

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