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Turkish opposition mounts mass protest against Erdogan

La Prensa Latina 22 May 2022
Istanbul, May 21 (EFE).- Tens of thousands of people gathered here Saturday for a protest organized by Turkey’s main opposition CHP party against what it calls the growing authoritarianism of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in power since 2003 ... “It’s a protest not only against the injustice toward Kaftancioglu.
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Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq chief warns of ‘suspicious’ attempts to trigger political unrest in Iraq

Press TV 22 May 2022
The elections were originally planned to be held in 2022, but the date was brought forward in response to a mass protest movement that broke out in 2019 to call for economic reforms, better public services, and an effective fight against unemployment and corruption in state institutions.
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Tunisian political parties vow to fight Saied's 'autocratic rule'

Middle East Online 22 May 2022
"We will face the new step of his autocratic rule with protests in streets and by uniting the opposition front to overthrow the coup," Ennahda official Riadh Chaibi told Reuters ... The president has nonetheless attracted broad opposition across Tunisia's political spectrum ... It called for a mass protest on June 18 ... ....
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Tunisian parties vow to fight president's 'autocratic rule'

The New Arab 22 May 2022
Tunisia president Kais Saied thinks history is on his side ... "We will face the new step of his autocratic rule with protests in streets and by uniting the opposition front to overthrow the coup," Ennahda official Riadh Chaibi told Reuters ... It called for a mass protest on June 18 ... ....
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S. Korea Blue House opens to public for first time in 74 years

Longview News-Journal 22 May 2022
“Under the (former President) Lee Myung-bak administration, there were lots of protests so it was really hard to commute to this area ... Thousands of people have gathered near the Blue House in the past for mass rallies and marches ... “I hope that protests decrease and more people ...
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S. Korea Blue House opens to public for 1st time in 74 years

The Morning Journal 22 May 2022
“Under the (former President) Lee Myung-bak administration, there were lots of protests so it was really hard to commute to this area ... Thousands of people have gathered near the Blue House in the past for mass rallies and marches ... “I hope that protests decrease and more people ...
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Dozens plead for peace at Youngstown prayer rally

The Vindicator 22 May 2022
Part of the problem stems from abusive police practices, which fosters distrust between law enforcement and communities they serve and can lead to protests ... Some officers become offended by mass protests, which often results in a decrease in proactive policing, Davis explained.
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AP News Summary at 2:39 a.m. EDT

The Bismarck Tribune 22 May 2022
Noem's daughter got special treatment North Dakota governor's political spending revs up; Burgum gives $935K to Dakota Leadership PAC Capitol abortion rights rallies draw large crowds, and counter-protests ... Is mass death now tolerated in America? ... Is mass death now acceptable in America?.
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AP News Summary at 3:13 a.m. EDT

The Bismarck Tribune 22 May 2022
Noem's daughter got special treatment North Dakota governor's political spending revs up; Burgum gives $935K to Dakota Leadership PAC Capitol abortion rights rallies draw large crowds, and counter-protests ... Is mass death now tolerated in America? ... Is mass death now acceptable in America?.
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AP News Summary at 3:44 a.m. EDT

The Bismarck Tribune 22 May 2022
Noem's daughter got special treatment North Dakota governor's political spending revs up; Burgum gives $935K to Dakota Leadership PAC Capitol abortion rights rallies draw large crowds, and counter-protests ... Is mass death now tolerated in America? ... Is mass death now acceptable in America?.
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AP News Summary at 4:18 a.m. EDT

The Bismarck Tribune 22 May 2022
Noem's daughter got special treatment North Dakota governor's political spending revs up; Burgum gives $935K to Dakota Leadership PAC Capitol abortion rights rallies draw large crowds, and counter-protests ... Is mass death now tolerated in America? ... Is mass death now acceptable in America?.
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AP News Summary at 4:55 a.m. EDT

The Bismarck Tribune 22 May 2022
Noem's daughter got special treatment North Dakota governor's political spending revs up; Burgum gives $935K to Dakota Leadership PAC Capitol abortion rights rallies draw large crowds, and counter-protests ... Is mass death now tolerated in America? ... Is mass death now acceptable in America?.
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Worlds apart: 24 hours with two refugees in Poland

Al Jazeera 22 May 2022
... authoritarian leader, Alexander Lukashenko, of orchestrating the crisis by encouraging the flow of migrants and refugees as a form of retribution for EU sanctions imposed on the leader after his disputed re-election in 2020 and subsequent crackdown on mass pro-democracy protests.
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Tunisian parties vow to fight president’s ‘autocratic rule’

Metro USA 21 May 2022
“We will face the new step of his autocratic rule with protests in streets and by uniting the opposition front to overthrow the coup,” Ennahda official Riadh Chaibi told Reuters ... The president has nonetheless attracted broad opposition across Tunisia’s political spectrum ... It called for a mass protest on June 18 ... .
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Rahul Bhat's Killing: Kashmiri Pandits Take Out Protest March In Srinagar

NDTV 21 May 2022
Before leaving the Lal Chowk area, the protesters en mass chanted "Om" and then marched to the BJP's state office in the Jawahar Nagar area of the city where they raised slogans against the party ... .

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