Sudan

'Not afraid of the government': One month of protests in Sudan

The current wave of anti-government protests has become the longest since Sudan gained independence in 1956.

'Not afraid of the government': One month of protests in Sudan

United States

US Women's March: Controversy around co-president

Tamika Mallory, a co-president of the US Women's March, refuses to condemn Louis Farrakhan's anti-Jewish views, prompting some sponsors to withdraw from the event.

Reporter's Notebook

Sudan protests: 'This time it's different'

Despite killings, tear gas, arrests and beatings, demonstrators step out and demand end to President Bashir's rule.

Sudan

Sudan police fire live rounds outside home of slain protester

About 2,000 people gather in a Khartoum suburb where a man was killed for allegedly sheltering demonstrators.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe doctors treat 68 for gunshot wounds after protests

Hundreds arrested after violent demonstrations against skyrocketing fuel prices.

Zimbabwe doctors treat 68 for gunshot wounds after protests

Zimbabwe

Angry Zimbabweans riot after 150 percent fuel price rise imposed

Demonstrators block major roads, loot shops after President Mnangagwa's announcement sharply raising petrol prices.

France

Macron's 'grand debate' comes under fire from French opposition

French president's letter to the public criticised for ruling out discussion of reforms such as the wealth tax scrap.

Tunisia

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Economic malaise that sparked the revolution continues on the anniversary of the 2011 Arab Spring's beginning.

Tunisia: Socioeconomic injustice persists 8 years after uprising

Asia

Funeral held for Kashmir rebel leader killed in clash

The government suspended train service and reportedly blocked internet access in the India-administered region, trying to halt thousands of mourners from paying their respects to Zeenat ul-Islam.

Poverty & Development

Bangladesh police and garment workers clash over wage rise

Police fire tear gas and water cannon on protesters, who have been demanding higher wages for the past two weeks.

Bangladesh police and garment workers clash over wage rise

Opinion

The PTM in Pakistan: Another Bangladesh in the making?

A disaster looms in Pakistan, if the demands of the Pashtun population remain unaddressed.

Taha Siddiqui

by Taha Siddiqui

Taha Siddiqui

Venezuela

Maduro opponents hold protest, call for new Venezuela elections

The president of Venezuela's National Assembly says he is ready to assume leadership of the country and call for new elections to remove President Nicolas Maduro.

Sudan

Sudan police fire tear gas as hundreds protest

Protesters calling for 'freedom, peace, justice' march through Khartoum as police respond with volleys of tear gas.

Europe

French donate over $130,000 to support boxer who punched police

Former boxing champion Christophe Dettinger has received widespread support from the French, angering officials.

France

'Yellow vest' protesters storm ministry in Paris

Protests involving 50,000 turn violent in French cities as demonstrators smash into ministry with a forklift in Paris.

France: 'Yellow vest' protesters storm ministry in Paris