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Teen Trump supporter in photo with Native American sues Washington Post

Teen Trump supporter in photo with Native American sues Washington Post

 A high school student from Covington, Kentucky, has launched a lawsuit against the Washington Post for defamation, claiming the newspaper falsely accused him of racist acts.

  • by Keith Coffman

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He boycotted Nike over Colin Kaepernick. Now his store is closing
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He boycotted Nike over Colin Kaepernick. Now his store is closing

Stephen Martin heard all the arguments defending NFL players who protested against social injustice and police brutality. He even understood them, to an extent.

  • by Jacob Bogage
From the Archives: Sydney protests the Iraq War
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From the Archives: Sydney protests the Iraq War

Over several days from February 15, 2003, the people of Sydney joined people in over 600 cities around the world to protest the looming war with Iraq.

  • by Neil Mercer, Sean Nicholls, Ellen Connolly and Valerie Lawson
Argentinians cry out for Evita, Che, as recession bites

Argentinians cry out for Evita, Che, as recession bites

Tens of thousands of demonstrators blocked major roads in Buenos Aires to protest austerity and high unemployment.

  • by Adam Jourdan
Thousands protest against Spanish PM's olive branch to secessionists
Spain

Thousands protest against Spanish PM's olive branch to secessionists

The demonstration in Madrid was the largest against Pedro Sánchez since his minority Socialist Party government took office in June

  • by Raphael Minder
Hunger striker in stand-off with ACT government, no end in sight
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Human rights

Hunger striker in stand-off with ACT government, no end in sight

In an exclusive interview while handcuffed to his hospital bed, Isa Islam remains surprisingly strong after 55 days without food.

  • by Peter Brewer
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'Proud of culture, disgraced by country': Australia Day protesters gather in the hundreds
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'Proud of culture, disgraced by country': Australia Day protesters gather in the hundreds

A Perth protest has highlighted the high rates of Aboriginal incarceration, suicide and the appalling number of Indigenous children taken from their families.

  • by Lauren Pilat
'Offensive to celebrate genocide': Invasion Day protesters take to streets
Indigenous

'Offensive to celebrate genocide': Invasion Day protesters take to streets

Thousands of people converged on Hyde Park in Sydney to protest against Australia Day, describing it instead as the start of an "attempted subjugation of over 500 different nations".

  • by Esther Han
Greek police fire tear gas as thousands protest during Macedonia deal debate
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Greek police fire tear gas as thousands protest during Macedonia deal debate

Several thousand people massed outside the Greek legislature, some of them chanting "traitors" as politicians debated ratification of an agreement reached with the neighbouring ex-Yugoslav state last year.

  • by Renee Maltezou & Michele Kambas
Zimbabwe's civil servants to strike over salaries, as economic collapse deepens
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Zimbabwe's civil servants to strike over salaries, as economic collapse deepens

The secretary of the Civil Service Apex Council said the strike will begin on Friday.

Venezuela quells soldiers' revolt as Supreme Court blasts congress
Venezuela

Venezuela quells soldiers' revolt as Supreme Court blasts congress

The mutiny struck at a time when opposition leaders have regained momentum in their efforts to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

  • by Fabiola Sanchez