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A wave of mass protests is shaking the world from Haiti to Hong Kong
As the year ends, 2019 will be remembered for the massive demonstrations that are currently shaking the world from Haiti to Hong Kong against neoliberal economic programs and corruption
Chaos grips Hong Kong’s airport as riot police charge protesters
Demonstrators say they are fighting the erosion of the “one country, two systems” arrangement that enshrined some autonomy for Hong Kong since China took it back from Britain in 1997
Police in the state of Sonora fought a pitched three-hour battle to free a border rail crossing at Nogales that had been blocked by people protesting a gasoline price increase
Sunday's demonstrators carried a banner reading "We are families too" and placards reading "I respect your family, respect mine."
Outside the hotel, many anti-Trump demonstrators called the New York billionaire businessman a fascist or white supremacist.
Demonstrators called on federal officials to remove the Republican presidential candidate's name from the building.
At a press conference, dissident teachers said they will continue holding demonstrations to pressure the government.
Protesters blocked several points of the Mexico City-Toluca highway as well as Reforma near the Revolution Monument and some lanes of Calzada de Tlalpan and Eje Central.