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By Daniel Politi, Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
It was the first courtroom disruption since the court’s decision in June that stripped away women’s constitutional protections for abortion after nearly a half-century under Roe v. Wade.
By Associated Press
Iranian counterprotesters have gathered across the country in a show of support for authorities after nearly a week of anti-government protests and unrest.
Clashes between Iranian security forces and protesters angry over the death of a 22-year-old woman in police custody have killed at least nine people since the violence erupted over the weekend.
Demonstrators on Monday had set fires and forced entry into the U.N. mission offices in Goma, accusing the peacekeeping forces of failing to protect civilians amid rising violence in Congo's eastern region.
By Jean-Yves Kamale, Associated Press
By Krutika Pathi, Krishan Francis, Associated Press
Sri Lankan protesters retreated from government buildings they had seized and military troops reinforced security at the Parliament on Thursday.
By Krishan Francis, Associated Press
Sri Lanka's lawmakers have agreed to elect a new president next week but are struggling to decide on the makeup of a new government to lift the bankrupt country out of economic and political collapse.
By Bharatha Mallawarachi, Associated Press
Police have imposed a curfew in Sri Lanka's capital and surrounding areas a day before a planned protest demanding the country's president and prime minister resign over an economic crisis that has caused severe shortages of essential supplies.
The United States and others have condemned the violence in this east African country which has been rocked by near-weekly protests since an Oct. 25 coup upended its fragile transition to democracy.
By Colleen Slevin, Deepa Bharath, Associated Press
Last Friday, on Earth Day, a 50-year-old photographer and climate-change activist named Wynn Bruce set himself on fire outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
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