Chaos erupted again at the U.S.-Mexico border Monday, as border patrol officers fired tear gas at migrants they say were throwing rocks. Meanwhile, other migrants reportedly tried to cross the border. U.S. officials say no children were harmed. For context…
U.S. authorities fired tear gas into Mexico during the first hours of the new year to repel about 150 migrants who tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana.
By Associated Press
There are two broad types of tear gas—and they’re both engineered to cause pain.
By Angus Chen, Scientific American
Hundreds of protesters were corralled by police in Washington, D.C. this morning before Donald Trump took the oath of office. Many of them seemed to follow the "Black bloc" style of protests, which can be more violent and emphasize anarchy…
By News Desk
Protests in Egypt continued this week as Egyptians demanded President Mohammed Morsi withdraw his decree granting him broad powers free from judicial review. Ray Suarez reports on the state of politics in Egypt in light of Morsi's decree, as secular…
After a riot at a soccer match killed at least 74 people Wednesday in Port Said, Egypt, new violence erupted Thursday in Cairo with protesters demanding that the country's generals give up power. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports.
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