Public sector workers clashed with police in eSwatini on Tuesday, as they marched through the streets of the country’s second biggest town as part of wider protests to demand higher wages and reforms to the way the state pension fund is managed.
A soccer stadium in Peru was the site of pitched battle on Monday, but not between two sports teams.
The career paths of Naomi Osaka, 20, and Serena Williams, 36, are about to cross at the summit on Saturday in the United States Open final.
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Just as Barack Obama was warning that America is in the grip of a politics of fear that undermines norms and political accountability, President Donald Trump was unleashing his latest assault on traditions of governance that underpin the nation’s democracy.
Right wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and senator Marco Rubio clashed after a congressional hearing with executives from Facebook and Twitter, in which they attempted to assure politicians that they were capable of protecting November’s midterm elections from foreign interference. As the former Republican presidential nominee spoke to reporters after testimony from Facebook’s chief operation officer Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, Mr Jones began talking over him. After spotting Mr Rubio, he moved in on his interview and attempted to elicit a response from him about his website’s treatment.
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Hundreds of protesters clashed with security forces in Iraq’s southern oil hub Basra for a second day on Tuesday, after a protester died from injuries sustained during Monday’s demonstrations.
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Critics say the song is a small-town tradition and disagree with those who depict “Dixie” as an anthem of slavery and racism.
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In 34 states and the District of Columbia, there are religious exemptions that allow parents to forgo medical treatment for a child if it conflicts with their religious beliefs.
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Hundreds of Iraqi protesters stoned and tried to break into the provincial government headquarters in the southern oil hub of Basra on Friday to press demands for better public services and an end to pervasive corruption.
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards clashed with militants in the southeast of the country, killing four and wounding three, Fars News reported on Friday, citing a news release by the Guards.
Israeli security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Friday at rock-throwing Palestinians protesting against land seizures for Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, among the disputes stalling peace efforts.
A break down in talks blamed partly on Brexit has led the British to resume fishing the lucrative seabed off Normandy throughout the year, while French boats are restricted for part of the year.
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Boats are damaged and stones thrown as French and British fishermen duel in the English Channel.
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Far-right demonstrators clashed with leftist protesters in the eastern German city of Chemnitz on Monday after an Iraqi and a Syrian were arrested over a fatal stabbing that had triggered violent demonstrations.
Afghanistan officials said on Monday a Tajik or Russian aircraft had bombed a northeastern Afghan border district during a clash between gunmen and Tajik border guards, but officials in both Tajikistan and Russia denied that they had done so.
Multiple people were arrested Saturday as protestors clashed at UNC Chapel Hill following the toppling of a Confederate monument on Monday.
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