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Protest against water charges in Ireland

Protest against water charges in Ireland

For the past five years the attention of the economic crisis in Europe, was focused on Greece. Every development, strike, protest, fault or scandal was reported by most major media organizations in the continent.

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students' protests in Amsterdam

Students Taking Action against the Boards of their Universities

Throughout Europe students have been protesting against the boards of their universities. Universities are increasingly focusing on efficiency-oriented management instead of research and education. Profit and privatization are becoming a reality for universities, but a university is not a company. Just as in 1968, students and professors all over Europe are uniting to move the focus from money to education.

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Avetisyan family allegedly murdered by Russian soldier

Tragic Stories in Armenia's Second Largest City

Tension has been growing on the streets of Armenia in the last few days, sparked by the brutal murder of an Armenian family in the city of Gyumri.

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The Latest Situation in the east of Ukraine in November

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - The Final Chapter

The last part of the series looking at the underlying causes of the crisis in Ukraine

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The flag of Ukraine

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part II

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part II the author discusses the relationship between economics and politics in Ukraine.

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The Russian bear has awoken.

The Ukraine Crisis for Dummies and Why It Is Important - Part I

A three part guide to the crisis in Ukraine. In Part I the author looks at the international political context following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

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Protests in BiH

A new way for Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Following last month's protests, Bosnian citizens seem keen to take their country's democratization process and political future into their own hands.

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A barricade done by the protesters in Kurtuluş street to protect themselves from the police

Berkin Elvan - "a child killed by the state"

Violent protests erupted once again in Istanbul after the death of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan

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The Unexpected Revolution: Ukraine’s Historic Urge for Unity

The Unexpected Revolution: Ukraine’s Historic Urge for Unity

This unexpected and powerful initiative is of historic importance for the Ukrainian people.

Olga Petrova on

Euromaidan protests in Kiev

Ukraine seeking orientation

Pro-European protesters have been flooding the streets of Kiev following the breakdown of the association agreement between Ukraine and the EU

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4 Month Anniversary of the Gezi Protests in Turkey

4 Month Anniversary of the Gezi Protests in Turkey

How it came to be, what is to become in its aftermath?

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The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU – a player in Egypt?

The EU has agreed to suspend its arms sales to Egypt at an extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council

Michel Anderlini on

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

In the last week tens of thousands of Bulgarians have gathered in the streets and protest. Nothing unsual these days but this one is different.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

Polish Members of Parliament Protest against ACTA

ACTA Protests

“Government of the People, by the Lobby Groups, for the Corporations”

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