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· June, 2009

Stories about Protest from June, 2009

24 June 2009

Iran: Riots police attacked protesters

Palestine: Fighting For Their Land In The Canadian Courts

Israel: Predicting Iran's Future

Israel: Activism in Israel and Iran

Iran: Neda becomes a symbol for the protesters

Neda was an Iranian woman who was shot dead by Basij militia on Saturday during a protest of thousands against the Iranian presidential election results that declared Mahmoud Ahmadinejad president....

23 June 2009

Ukraine: Iranian Students Protest in Kyiv

Russia: Views on Events in Iran

Nepal: The Future Of The Madhesi Movement

China: More corpses found in Shishou hotel; disputes continue.

The death of a chef triggered a mass protest that finally brought over ten thousand armed police into the town for crackdown. The dead’s families along with thousands of people...

Martinique, Guadeloupe: Sarkozy Visit

Trinidad & Tobago: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Breezeblog: Valuing a Free Press

Armenia: Opposition detainees released

Following a general amnesty agreed upon by the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia on 19 June, several senior opposition figures on trial and in detention for over a...

Iran: Suffering in Iran

22 June 2009

Lithuania: Oslo mayor in gay protest

Iran: Protesters in Tehran

Bermuda: “No Confidence” Motion Thwarted

Part of the backlash against Bermudian Premier Ewart Brown's decision to accept four former Guantanamo detainees into the island has been the opposition party's tabling of a "No Confidence" vote...

Haiti: Run-off Elections

Iran: Protest Continues

Iran: Videos of protests and vigils

A disputed June 12 election in Iran that returned President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to power, has sparked the most violent unrest since the Islamic Revolution in 1979. Protesters and the opposition...

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