The fall of Aleppo outraged the international community, leading citizens to raise their voices. Demonstrations were held in support of the Syrian city and its civilians.
In 2013, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in Turkey to protest Erdogan’s authoritarian policies. The memory of those days is still present in the current presidential election campaign.
A march in Cologne to protest Turkey's assault on a Kurdish region of Syria has come to an end. But not before police targeted demonstrators waving the banned flags of the Kurdistan Workers' Party.
The murder of an elderly Holocaust survivor in Paris has shocked Europe. However, Michel Friedman writes in this guest commentary, the killing should surprise no one: Anti-Semitism is omnipresent.
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