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Iran’s president tries to assuage anger as protests continue

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has appealed for national unity and tried to allay anger against the country’s rulers, even as anti-government protests that have...

UN calls on Iran to avoid using ‘unnecessary force’ on protesters

The United Nations Secretary-General has called on Iran to refrain from using “unnecessary or disproportionate force” against protesters as unrest over a young woman’s...

Russian police disperse protests against army mobilisation in Russia

Russian police moved quickly on Saturday to disperse peaceful protests against Russian president Vladimir Putin’s military mobilisation order, arresting hundreds, including some children, in...

At least 26 killed in protests after woman’s death, Iranian state TV suggests

The death toll from protests over the death of a 22-year-old woman in police custody has risen to more than two dozen, Iranian state...

Sri Lanka’s ousted president returns home after fleeing

Sri Lanka’s former president, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who fled the country in July after tens of thousands of protesters stormed his home and office in...

Iraqi cleric orders followers to continue protest in Baghdad

Influential Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has told his followers to continue their sit-in inside Iraq’s government zone, and called for the dissolution of the...

Rallies held to support ferry workers sacked by P&O

Hundreds of people have marched in protest at ports in the “fight for justice” after almost 800 seafarers were sacked without notice earlier this...

Widespread protests against P&O over sackings

Protests have been held across the country against P&O Ferries after its “appalling” decision to sack 800 seafarers as the company issued a fresh...

Climate activists attempt to block access to three German airports

Climate activists have blocked roads leading to Germany’s three biggest airports, gluing themselves to the ground before police arrived. Members of the group Uprising of...

Colombia’s highest court rules to decriminalise abortion

Colombia’s Constitutional Court has issued an order decriminalising abortion, making the country the fourth in Latin America to do so. Under the ruling, abortions will...

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