Police used water cannon, stun grenades and tear gas to disperse protesters who forced their way into the national security
Farmers in several Indian states are protesting against three new bills the government says will open up the tightly-controlled agriculture
Videos on social media show demonstrators calling on Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi to step aside. Dozens of anti-government protesters
Police estimate roughly one in two are unable to afford the procedure that is key for seeking justice Reporting rape is traumatic for
Intellectuals such as Cornel West and Achille Mbembe call on Portugal to act after series of racist attacks. Just over
Court overturns life sentences against unnamed defendants for journalist's murder to between seven and 20 years in jail. A Saudi
Iranian forces committed serious human rights violations against the demonstrators, says new report by rights group. Rights group Amnesty International
Tests on the Russian opposition politician show evidence of poisoning but his life not in danger, Berlin hospital says. The
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas appeals for de-escalation of mounting tensions between NATO allies Greece and Turkey. Germany's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has
Deputy Health Minister Olzhas Abishev was arrested earlier this week. An app introduced by Kazakhstan’s government to ease access to