Dozens are reported dead after the worst violence in the country’s 22-year history as an independent nation.
Russian protests are wild.
“As in many countries in the world, in Russia, you need permission before staging a protest. We understand this was the reason that they were temporarily detained,” said an IOC spokeswoman.
About 800 people gathered at the state capitol in Salt Lake City Tuesday for two separate rallies over marriage for same-sex couples.
Anti-government demonstrations in Ukraine are escalating and it’s not just Molotov cocktails in Kiev tonight.
It’s not been an easy few days for the French President.
“I am a proud gay man and I have the right to live and love the person of my choice.”
Anti-government protesters are gathering in Bangkok Monday to try to shut down the city center, and ultimately to force out Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
An online campaign stopped this cone-troversial plan from going ahead.
Warning: graphic images. Pytor Pavlensky carried out the stunt on the country’s Police Day national holiday.
Truckers frustrated by the shutdown slowed traffic around the Capital Beltway to 15 miles per hour.
“Today’s success is just the beginning.”
The March on Washington was 50 years ago this week.
Two weeks after protests that included topless woman jumping the Russian embassy fence, the crosswalk outside the building have been painted rainbow colors.
Protesters hoped to send a message to Congress to end the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.
Employees say they want wages raised to $15 an hour and the right to form unions without retaliation.
There were some religious protests outside of Comic-Con today. Luckily, Hannibal came to the non-cannibal-rescue.
Democrats vow to fight the legislation in court.
Six Greenpeace protesters are climbing up The Shard to protest against Shell’s plans to drill in the Arctic.
During what was dubbed the “Friday of Rage,” when supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi took to the streets, shots were fired and at least one man was killed. WARNING: Extremely graphic images.
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.