Green lasers everywhere.
Green lasers everywhere.
According to figures from protest leaders, nearly double the number of people who voted for Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi a year ago Sunday want him to step down.
Organizers of a protest against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi claim more than 22 million people have signed their petition demanding the Islamist leader step down. Demonstrations Sunday showed the polarization between Morsi and seculars, liberals, moderate Muslims and Christians, the AP reports.
An all-too-familiar image of police pepper spraying a woman during demonstrations in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Monday.
The prime minister told protesters they would “pay a price” and said he’ll meet with protest leaders Wednesday. Dramatic photos from the past two days as riot police attempt to push demonstrators out of Taksim Square.
A man ran onto the court during the finals at Roland Garros stadium in Paris.
The photo, which has been retweeted more than 800 times, appears to have been taken on May 1.
Turks have flooded the Internet with pleas for the media to cover anti-government demonstrations that have rocked Istanbul and other Turkish cities this week.
Don’t believe everything you see on the Internet.
The government’s response to a sit-in at a park on Friday has sparked widespread anti-government protests and violence that continued into the weekend.
A pedestrian project in a popular Istanbul park spurred demonstrators to stay the night in hopes of convincing construction workers to stop cutting down trees.
What do we want? Change! How do we want it? Politely!
Russian drag queen Dolly Bellefleur had the crowd cheering yesterday as she sang a colorful anthem at a protest in Amsterdam. From Russia with love?
Fast food employees began picketing New York City chain restaurants, including McDonald’s, Burger King, and KFC, demanding better wages and the right to organize a union.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s breathing problems have worsened and there is a new ‘severe’ infection, Associated Press reports.
The internet dance craze just happened outside Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo.
SHE KNEW HE WAS TROUBLE WHEN HE WALKED INNNNNNN.
Members plan to take a stand against unpaid internships first in New York, then London and Paris.
Stand up. Live better. Lost in the feeding frenzy of the busiest shopping day of the year was the fact in many cities, Walmart employees were forming picket lines.
It’s a dangerous world out there.
“One very frightened little girl.”
Conservative Islamists, upset over a movie alleged to have been produced in the United States showing Muhammad having sex, have replaced the American flag with a black flag praising Allah.
The Occupy movement camping out in Charlotte is no fan of President Obama or the Democrats, as proved by these protest signs (and a couple puppets).
In Tampa, a bunch of ladies dressed up as vaginas to combat Republican “war on women.”
She visited the Burbank Costco to protest the chain not selling her book, I Hate Everything. Hilarity ensued.
Workers and management from a local mine join Tea Party activists to razz the Veep as the energy battles intensify.
WARNING: These are obviously disturbing images, so discretion is advised. An exile from Tibet immolates himself in New Dehli to protest the upcoming visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao. Tibet is currently under Chinese occupation and has been struggling for independence for decades. The protester survived and is in critical condition.
The former VP cancelled his trip to Toronto because, “Canada is too dangerous.”
These photos are unreal. A protest in Bolivia demanding rights for the disabled turned violent yesterday as hundreds of people in wheelchairs and crutches clashed with riot police.