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Palestine

Israeli police, Ethiopian protesters clash in Tel Aviv

Clashes have again broken out between Israeli regime forces and Ethiopian Jews protesting persisting racial discrimination against them leading to…

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Yemen

Yemeni Anti-Saudi Protest Held in Geneva

Dozens of Yemeni expatriates living in European countries held a rally in front of the United Nations headquarters in the…

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Bahrain

Bahrain: Shiite demand Sheikh Salman’s release in fresh demos

Bahrainis have held fresh demonstrations across the Persian Gulf kingdom to call for the release of all political figures and…

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Palestine

Hundreds protest Israel plan to ruin Palestinian village

Hundreds of Palestinians, Israelis, and foreigners have taken to the streets of a village near the occupied West Bank city…

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Yemen

Yemeni People Demand Int’l Investigation of Saudi War Crimes

A huge crowd of Yemeni demonstrators called after rallies in capital Sana’a for immediate international investigation into the crimes committed…

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Pakistan

Shia-Hazara protest observed in Quetta against their killings

The Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) has criticised the government and security forces for what it called their slack attitude in…

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Bahrain

Bahrainis Continue Nightly Protests

Bahraini people continue street protests at nights to show solidarity with the detained political activists, and stress that they are…

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Yemen

Yemenis to Stage Massive Protests against Saudi Siege

The Yemeni people plan to hold a massive demonstration in the capital, Sana’a, on Monday to condemn continued attacks by…

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Saudi Arab

Sheikh Nimr’s Brother Warns Riyadh against Cleric’s Execution

If the Saudi regime goes ahead with its decision to execute prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr, it would…

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Bahrain

Bahrainis demand release of Shia leader Sheikh Salman

Hundreds of demonstrators in Bahrain have taken to the streets across the Persian Gulf country in a show of protest…

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