Friday, November 11
Police in Portland, Ore., used pepper spray and rubber projectiles against protesters early Friday after anti-Donald Trump demonstrations erupted in several big cities and on college campuses across the United States.
Tuesday, October 11
Une soixantaine d’étudiants de l’université de Maurice ont effectué un sit-in sur le campus universitaire, ce lundi 10 octobre. Deux décisions de l’administration sont à l’origine de ce mécontentement.
Friday, September 23
Protesters chanting “What curfew?” marched early Friday in defiance of orders by Charlotte’s mayor to clear the streets after midnight, as anger spilled onto the streets for a third night following a deadly police shooting that has become the latest showdown over questions on law enforcement and race.
Tuesday, June 21
At least eight people were killed in clashes in southern Mexico over the weekend when police and members of a teachers' union faced off in violent confrontations, a senior state official said, piling fresh pressure on the country's embattled ruling party.
Thursday, May 26
Can the French government convince its people that reform is necessary?
Thursday, March 10
François Hollande faces a potential French youth revolution over controversial labour reforms, as thousands took to the streets of Paris and other cities across the country.
Tuesday, February 23
A state government in India promised to introduce a bill to grant coveted “backward” status to a relatively prosperous caste group, officials said Monday, in an effort to quell protests that have raged for the past four days.
Friday, February 19
The Haryana Government was forced to requisition the Army in several districts of the state on Friday after Jat mobs on a rampage set on fire the house of Finance Minister Capt Abhimanyu Sindhu as well as several vehicles in Rohtak.
Thursday, August 27
Tension prevails in India's Gujarat state where two days of caste-related violence has left eight people dead.
Monday, November 24
Ils n’ont de l’eau, disent-ils, que quelques heures par jour.