March 8 was designated as International Women’s Day, an ode to the march in Petrograd, Russia just before the Russian Revolution.
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Protestors provoked by a raft of issues marched through Charlotte, N.C., under the watchful eye of hundreds of police officers. The marchers chanted, sang and carried signs deploring the bailout of failing banks, immigration policies of the United States, bankers'…
By Tom LeGro
About 200 protestors gathered in a Tampa, Fla., park Monday and marched through the city's streets toward the site of the 2012 Republican National Convention. They were matched by a sizable police presence, and inclement weather triggered led to a…
By Tom LeGro
Ten-thousand women marched Tuesday in Tahrir Square after brutal attacks of women were reported during protests in Cairo. Margaret Warner discusses Egypt's political struggles with corporate executive May Nabil, who participated in the demonstrations.
There was continuing criticism Monday about University of California, Davis police dousing student activists with pepper spray at close range during demonstrations over the weekend. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports.
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In other news Monday, security forces in Syria confronted protesters and used tear gas to disperse crowds. About 4,000 people demonstrated in Daraa, where protests began a week ago. In Yemen, an explosion at a weapons factory killed at least…
Frontline followed 24-year-old Gigi Ibrahim, one of the young Egyptians who led the protests that ousted longtime President Hosni Mubarak, as the movement accelerated and she struggled to explain her involvement in the protests to her family.
By Larisa Epatko
Thousands of Iranians rallied outside the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran Wednesday to mark 30 years since Iranian students took over the compound and held dozens of Americans hostage. Opposition supporters also briefly staged their own protests.
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