A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
Student protests in South Africa for free higher education continue unabated at most universities throughout the country. Some of these protests have resulted in violent clashes.
The number of anti-government activists is growing in the US. They do not pay taxes, print their own documents - and occasionally shoot and kill police officers. DW takes an in-depth look at these "sovereign citizens."
Protesters are taking to the streets in Ethiopia in the wake of a mass panic that killed dozens at a religious festival. The government is reacting with a heavy hand. One anti-regime blogger was jailed.
The witnesses of Keith Lamont Scott's death in Charlotte used Facebook Live to tell two stories of a police shooting: One of a grieving family and angry activists, and that of a protest gone wrong.
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