Following a series of deadly protests over fuel prices, the International Monetary Fund has agreed to restructure conditions imposed on the Haitian government.
Dozens of Palestinians were wounded by gunfire on Friday as thousands demonstrated on the Gaza border for a sixth week of protests.
Armenia's Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan resigned on Monday after mass protests against his election, seen as a blatant power grab by the opposition.
“Armenia without Serzh! Armenia without Serzh!” The chant echoes among the tens of thousands of Armenians who have occupied the Republic Square in downtown Yerevan, the capital of the former…
Tens of thousands of people marched in rival far-right and anti-fascist demonstrations across Italy on Saturday, with isolated clashes erupting.
Protesters in Hong Kong gathered outside the government's headquarters Sunday evening after a leading pro-democracy activist was barred from upcoming elections.
Journalists that were detained while covering last week's protests in Sudan have now been released and are safely with their families.
Hundreds of Rohingya refugees staged protests in Bangladesh on Friday against plans to send them back to their home state of Rakhine in Myanmar.
Protests broke out in Sudan on Tuesday over soaring bread prices. A senior leader from the Communist Party, Siddig Yousif, was also arrested.
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi held talks with political parties, unions and employers to discuss means to overcome a week of unrest.
More than 200 people were arrested and dozens hurt during clashes in several parts of Tunisia, the interior ministry said Wednesday.
Experts argue that Trump's tweets last week have not been received well by the Iranian people or government and are actually worsening the situation.
Widespread protests continued in Iran on Thursday despite declarations by the Iranian government that "sedition" had ended days earlier.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards chief announced the "end of the sedition" Wednesday as tens of thousands rallied for the country's Islamic rulers.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Iran to respect the rights of peaceful protesters and expressed his "regret" at the rising death toll.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blamed the country's "enemies" on Tuesday for days of unrest that have seen 21 killed.