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Algeria: 61 Injured in Clashes in South

Algeria: 61 Injured in Clashes in South
by hayakhan on March 14, 2014 in Africa

Sixty-one people were injured, including eight in a very serious condition burned with acid, and dozens of local burned for 24 hours in inter-communal clashes in Ghardaia city in southern Algeria, the agency reported Friday APS news.

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Mysterious Shooter Haunts in Thailand

Mysterious Shooter Haunts in Thailand
by Hancerper on February 26, 2014 in Thailand

Unknown shooter terrorize protesters in the capital of Thailand, Bangkok and surrounding areas. The mysterious shooter in action early this morning( 02/26/2014) .

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Ukraine: Police Meets The Ultimatum and Assault Camp Kiev

Ukraine: Police Meets The Ultimatum and Assault Camp Kiev
by hayakhan on February 19, 2014 in Ukraine

At 2000 hours it expired government protesters to leave the square. The special body riot Berkuk, accompanied by pressurized water truck bursts to decamp.

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Clashes Happening in Kiev, Two Protesters Reportedly Killed

Clashes Happening in Kiev, Two Protesters Reportedly Killed
by m1mung on January 22, 2014 in Ukraine

Clashes Happening in Kiev, two Protesters Reportedly Killed.

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The Thai Government Declared a State of Emergency in Bangkok

The Thai Government Declared a State of Emergency in Bangkok
by hayakhan on January 21, 2014 in Thailand

The Executive Yingluck Shinawatra seek to contain protesters demanding the fall of Prime Minister with a measure that is valid for 60 days.

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Protests, Hungary Learners Mastering Having Bare

Protests, Hungary Learners Mastering Having Bare
by Novankbw on October 10, 2013 in Hungary

Protests, Hungary Learners Mastering Having Bare.

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Thousands of Tunisians Demonstrate for The Fall of The Government

Thousands of Tunisians Demonstrate for The Fall of The Government
by nimrita111 on September 7, 2013 in Africa

Thousands of Tunisians demonstrated Saturday night at Bardo, near Tunis, to demand the fall of the government led by the Islamist party Ennahda, forty days after the assassination of the opponent Mohamed Brahmi.

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Six Dead and 190 Injured After a New Day of Protests

Six Dead and 190 Injured After a New Day of Protests
by hayakhan on August 31, 2013 in Egypt

Islamist protests have gone Calm less support than expected, although they have not been without incidents in major Egyptian cities.

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The Violence Does Not Stop in Egypt: More Than 700 Dead in Three Days

The Violence Does Not Stop in Egypt: More Than 700 Dead in Three Days
by nimrita111 on August 17, 2013 in Egypt

The interim government’s military used helicopters to shoot into the crowd called by Muslim Brotherhood against the dismissal of Mohamed Mursi. They looted 40 Christian churches and authorities report at least 83 dead.

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Egypt: Morsi Prolonged Detention Amid Protests

Egypt: Morsi Prolonged Detention Amid Protests
by hayakhan on August 13, 2013 in Egypt

Egyptian court Monday extended 15-day preventive detention of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. His supporters barricaded for more than a month on two places in Cairo, continuing their protests despite the threat of the new authorities to disperse.

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