A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
Islamic fundamentalists have stepped up attacks on secular Bangladeshi bloggers and campaigners in the past few months, with the latest being the murder of an LGBT activist. DW presents some facts about the killings.
Protesters have criticized Egyptian President al-Sissi's decision to hand over control of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. He warned against attempts to "terrorize" the nation amid a crack down on dissenters.
Police have used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse a violent demonstration in Sao Paulo over fare hikes. Some protesters started throwing rocks at security forces and caused damaged to banks and offices.
Street protests erupted in Brazil after President Dilma Rousseff appointed ex-president Lula da Silva as her chief of staff. Government critics accuse her of trying to secure immunity for Lula in a massive graft scandal.
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