Many young Kenyans feel that corruption is stealing their future, and with it, their chances for better education, work and money.
Protests against corruption, poor services and unemployment are challenging the Shiite political class that since 2003 has pilfered the country's resources. Demonstrations in Iraq are not new, but these are different.
Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets to protest a law that denies men access to surrogate mothers. Demonstrators were especially angry with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who had once promised his support.
Curfews have been imposed, troops put on the streets and the internet reportedly shut down. Burgeoning protests in Iraq against corruption and poor services represent a major challenge and risk boiling over.
Protesters in the southern German city of Munich have denounced the CSU's hard-line migration policies and urged an "end to the incitement of hate." The party slammed the rally and what it called "political agitation."
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