By Ruth Tam
What does a 21st century protest song sound like? If you're folk musician Ezra Furman, it echoes of Bob Dylan. If you're legendary songwriter Lauryn Hill, it borrows from Rodgers and Hammerstein. If you're hip hop artist J. Cole, it's…
By Anya van Wagtendonk
More than a dozen Ebola patients are still unaccounted for after a violent attack on a Liberian Ebola treatment center Saturday, authorities say, raising fears that the virus will find a new stronghold in the country’s largest slum.
By Xander Landen
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency in Ferguson, Missouri and is imposing a curfew between midnight and 5 a.m. to respond to continued unrest in the St. Louis suburb.
By Lorna Baldwin
Video via euronews Twelve sheep and a sheepdog walk into the Louvre. If it sounds like the beginning of a joke, it's not. In Paris Friday, French farmers protesting European Union agricultural policy herded a flock of sheep down…
By PBS NewsHour
As anti-government voices grow in Kiev, police begin cracking down on protests…
As fast food workers protest low pay, some argue wage increases would kill jobs…
Protesters storm streets in Ukraine after president refuses agreement with EU…
The latest crackdown in Egypt sparked protests leading to arrests and violence.
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