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AP: Protests, tear gas in Myanmar after UN envoy urges action

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Security forces in Myanmar again used force Saturday to disperse anti-coup protesters, a day after the U.N. special...

VOA: Thai Royalists Say ‘Faith’ in Monarchy Winning as Protests Quiet

BANGKOK - As unprecedented verbal attacks rain down on the Thai monarchy, Warisanun Sribawontanakit, a supporter of that monarchy, says protecting the...

Amid pandemic and protests, civics survey finds Americans know more of their rights

In a period defined by an impeachment inquiry, a pandemic, nationwide protests over racial injustice, and a contentious presidential campaign, Americans’ knowledge...

BBC: Benny Tai: Hong Kong university fires professor who led protests

A leading Hong Kong university has fired its law professor, Benny Tai, due to a criminal conviction over his role in the...

VOA: Anti-Racism Protests Spark Conversations Within Chinese Immigrant Families

WASHINGTON - Twenty-year-old Eileen Huang is an English major at Yale University. Growing up in a Chinese immigrant family in a small...

CNN: What antifa members are really doing during protests

Many anti-fascist activists hide their identity when fighting white supremacy. But a few are speaking out after police brutality protests across...

VOA: Who Are Antifa?

As protests spill into the streets of a number of U.S. cities, some officials are blaming the violence seen during some rallies...

VOA: Oxford ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ Protests Reignited as Racial Tensions Rise in Britain

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests that have erupted across the world in recent weeks have reinvigorated demands in Europe for statues of...

Penn State campuses, colleges host events to discuss protests, unrest

As nationwide protests continue in the wake of the death of George Floyd, members of the Penn State community continue to hold and plan  events...

BBC: Black Lives Matter protests: Why are statues so powerful?

After statues around the world were defaced as part of the Black Lives Matters protests, Kelly Grovier looks at why some...
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