07/06/2017 by Julia van der Doesch
Hundreds of demonstrators staged a protest in Hamburg’s city center ahead of the G20 summit on Wednesday. The protest was …
07/01/2017 by Douwe Blaauwe
Carrie Lam has become Chief Executive of the semi-autonomous territory following a ceremony attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping. But as Christine Pirovolakis reports, not everyone is happy with the new leadership.
06/13/2017 by Douwe Blaauwe
Geographically, Morocco is characterized by a rugged mountainous interior, large tracts of desert, and a lengthy coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
06/02/2017 by Julia van der Doesch
In tonight’s edition, Moroccans in the Rif region continue to protest for the release of the leader of their movement, …
05/16/2017 by Julia van der Doesch
“We are not white supremacists,” said one protestor. “We are simply just white people that love our heritage, our culture.”
05/08/2017 by Julia van der Doesch
Though a general strike brought much of Brazil to a standstill, the movement protesting President Temer’s economic reforms received little sympathy from the dominant media players. With big business interests behind pro-market policies, Brazil’s media leave little room for popular dissent.
05/06/2017 by Douwe Blaauwe
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called for a Western Hemisphere strategy to “stabilize” the situation in Venezuela.
02/21/2017 by Saeed Ramzan
Students have called on teachers to end their three week-long strike over pay, so they can return to class.
02/18/2017 by Saeed Ramzan
As the protests against police brutality in France continue to rage, the government has passed a controversial law giving police greater powers to open fire.
02/01/2017 by Julia van der Doesch
In Colombia: Members of the FARC begin to move to demobilization zones. In the U.S.: Lawyers, doctors and protesters arrive outside JFK in support of those detained. In Iran: Oscar winning filmmaker Asghar Farhadi to boycott Oscars in protest against Trump.