The nationwide uprising against the country’s ruling elite has remained overwhelmingly peaceful since it began Oct. 17, but as the political deadlock for forming a new government drags on, tempers have risen.
By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei provided no evidence for his claims.
By Eileen Ng, Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
A search of the Hong Kong Polytechnic campus Tuesday found just one woman, in weak condition, and a senior university official said it’s unlikely anyone else remains.
By Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
Hong Kong’s work week started with multiple protests that disrupted traffic, and schools remained closed because of safety concerns.
By Patrick Quinn, Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
Hong Kong police warned protesters on Thursday that they were moving “one step closer to terrorism” by sinking the city into chaos.
By Paola Flores, Carlos Valdez, Associated Press
President Evo Morales, pushed by the military and weeks of massive protests, resigned after nearly 14 years in power and seemingly every person constitutionally in line for the job quit as well.
By Alice Fung, Associated Press
The pledge from Carrie Lam follows a day of violence in which one person was shot and another set on fire.
By Eileen Ng, Associated Press
A university student who fell off a parking garage after police fired tear gas during clashes with anti-government protesters died Friday in a rare fatality after five months of unrest.
By Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Murtada Faraj, Associated Press
Police and hospital officials said at least one person was killed and 24 wounded in the clashes on the bridge, where security forces used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas grenades.
By Amna Nawaz, Layla Quran
The streets of Baghdad were silent Tuesday after a week of peaceful protests -- against corruption, unemployment and lack of basic services -- turned deadly. More than 100 people were killed as Iraqi security forces and armed groups clashed with…
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