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The initial reports indicated that some employees of the national intelligence agency protested because of their dissatisfaction with the dues that were paid to them for retirement.
Hezbollah warns of retaliation against US troops in region
Tebboune announced his readiness to conciliate with the protesters saying that he would “extend his hand to the Hirak (the Algerian protests) for a dialogue to build a new Algeria.”
Two people were killed when their car crashed into a traffic barrier, Hezbollah blames protesters
Iraq is working to avoid violence, says Abdul-Mahdi during Pence’s visit
Iranian government claims situation has settled down, while more casualties and arrests are reported
During the blockage, protesters clashed with the Lebanese security forces.
The country’s top three authorities made their decision based on careful studies and therefore must be implemented, says Khamenei
“If people aren’t satisfied with any of these decent leaders let them immigrate,” says Aoun
The FedSLEB’s calls came amid the 26th day of ongoing anti-government protests which have been pervading the country since 17 October.
The medical sources said that four protestors were killed while 34 were wounded, adding that one was killed by live fire, and two by rubber bullets and tear gas, but did not explain the fourth death.
Unrest costs the Iraqi economy billions of dollars, says Abdul Mahdi
Friday’s protests were the largest since the former regime was toppled in 2003
“Your voice is heard, and if you want early parliamentary election I am with you,” says PM
Iraqi public figures call on government to hold an urgent elections
Alliance says number of its leaders arrested
One person killed; 10 others wounded according to media reports
Zorgi called for revolution over poor living conditions, corruption
So far, 140 people killed, more than 13,000 injured during Great March of Return demonstrations in Gaza
We reject talks until all jailed members released, UWK says
Comments came during discussion of National Cement Company where 1,600 workers are on strike
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Tunisian capital Tunis on Sunday to demonstrate against previously announced austerity measures, commemorating, at the same time, the seventh anniversary of the country’s democratic transition of power. State security forces set up blockades in front of entrances to Habib Bourguiba Avenue, where many people in Tunis rallied at the …
Protests began last week ahead of seven-year Arab Spring anniversary
Dozens of Nubian activists were arrested Sunday in Aswan after rallying to demand their right to return to their lands. “We were arrested,” was the last update activist Muhammed Azmy posted to his Facebook on Sunday. The rally came amid repeated calls and protests by Nubian activists to demand their historical right to return to …
Residents of the city criticise the performance of security forces, says North Sinai PM
Demonstrators protested the formation of a sanitary sewer near their village
In the past two years, the university’s students paid half their fees in Egyptian pounds and the other half in US dollars
Committee member Tarek El-Khouly says lists include minor detainees and those given final sentences