You are here

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
Hong Kong riots: the “one country, two systems” principle is in deep crisis
The storming of the Legislative Council in Hong Kong by protestors last Monday confirms that the “one country, two systems” principle granted by Beijing to the financial and commercial enclave is facing a deep crisis
Thousands block London roads to demand action on climate change
Thousands of environmental activists paralyzed parts of central London by blocking Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, and Waterloo Bridge in a bid to force the government to do more to tackle climate change
President López Obrador suspends Peña Nieto's education reform
The President said the education reform didn't translate into the improvement of the quality of public education
French media denounce "Yellow Vest" attacks on press
Over the coming week, Macron will launch three months of national debate to air yellow-vest grievances in the hope of appeasing the movement, which has undermined his authority and upended his reform drive
Protests for free and independent public media intensify in Hungary
About 2,000 Hungarians protested at the state television building to demand independent public media and courts in the latest gathering uniting a fragmented opposition in action against right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban
The civil resistance was crashed by the anti-riot police, while some protesters, as well as journalists, were beaten
Over 120 members of the Bikers Association of Northern State of Mexico demanded the federal government to repeal the recent gasoline hike as they consider it “unfair”
Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist, Alejandro Solalinde Guerra, distanced all peaceful demonstrations from the recent looting in the country and called citizens not be afraid of protesting against the gasoline hike
Local police monitor demonstrations in downtown Mexico City with no violent displays registered so far; Tapachula protesters also committed to a peaceful demonstration