The decision Thursday by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker in Tallahassee found the recently enacted law “vague and overbroad” and amounted to an assault on First Amendment rights of free speech and assembly as well as due process protections.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, which monitors protest-related arrests and deaths, says it confirmed two more deaths on Wednesday, bringing the total to 1,001.
By Associated Press
Thousands of Cubans took to the streets to protest the failing economy, food shortages and growing number of COVID-19 cases on the island. Fueled by social media, the protests also gained support and solidarity in Miami’s Little Havana, where young…
By Student Reporting Labs
The Tokyo Olympics were like none other: postponed for a year because of the pandemic, athletes competing without fans in the stands, and protests because of rising COVID-19 cases. After 16 days of play, the torch was finally extinguished on…
By PBS NewsHour
By Associated Press
The German government has condemned an outburst of violence at protests in Berlin against the country's anti-coronavirus measures.
By Sonia Pérez D., Associated Press
Pressure has been building since Attorney General Consuelo Porras fired anti-corruption special prosecutor Juan Francisco Sandoval.
By Simon Ostrovsky
President Lukashenko's landslide victory in Belarus last year marked more than 25 years of control and the start of the authoritarian leader's sixth term. Mass demonstrations followed, with thousands of protesters imprisoned. Thousands more are fleeing to neighboring countries, crossing…
By Chalida Ekvittayavechnukul, Associated Press
Thai police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons Sunday to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters who held a rally in Bangkok despite coronavirus restrictions banning gatherings of more than five people.
By Grant Peck, Associated Press
Offices and staff of EPC have been targeted since the government earlier this month began cutting off power to customers who did not pay their bills as a form of protest against February's military takeover.
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