Stories about Protest from August, 2013
A fleet of buses painted in the colors of the Pakistani flag have been converted into traveling courtrooms.
It seems likely that Russia’s fourth largest city, Yekaterinburg, will soon have as its mayor Evgeny Roizman, one of Russia’s most peculiar public figures.
Demonstrators demand that Yasuni National Park remain untouched nearly two weeks after President Correa announced the end of the Yasuni-ITT Initiative, which sought to avoid oil drilling in the park.
Members and supporters of the CNTE have been protesting in Mexico City against education reforms already passed, seeking to repeal them.
Democrats in Hong Kong are planning to occupy the city center and struggle for universal suffrage. Martin Luther King's civil disobedience campaign serves as their inspiration.
Hundreds of thousands of Filipinos gathered in Manila and several cities in the Philippines to denounce rampant corruption in the government.
Russia's best-known political blogger earned his fame fighting corruption in the private sector, but may now face five years' jail time on (possibly trumped-up) embezzlement charges. In the meantime, he's...
Twelve men and women currently on trial for their involvement in the May 6, 2012 riots appear to have been largely forgotten.
Government claims the increase in cooking gas prices would ease the tax burden of motorists but consumers are worried about its impact on the cost of living in the country
India, reeling from the news of another woman gang-raped in Mumbai, is searching for a way to stop these sexual crimes.
The government and farmers have not reached an agreement following four days of protest. Citizens meanwhile show their concern and call for action.
The mother of jailed Iranian blogger Hossein Ronaghi Maleki has now joined him in a hunger strike to raise awareness for his plight.
The investigation does not seem to be enough to quell public anger, which continues to grow over the agency's campaign of Internet posts that smeared the opposition.