A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
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.
Tourists who were visiting Cologne in the past few days may have thought they arrived in a very intense, violent and divided city. But could it be that both protesting sides are more similar than they want to believe?
Thousands of Brazilians have taken to the streets to demand that embattled President Dilma Rousseff be removed from office. The president stands accused of illegal budgeting maneuvers that she argues are common practice.
Demonstrations in support of Brazilian President Rousseff have marched against her possible impeachment. The Supreme Court is to vote on the legality of the impeachment commission after reports it was stacked.
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