At least one police officer was set on fire and two dozen protesters detained. The Jalisco governor promised an investigation and condemned the violence, which he described as having been "never before seen".
The Egyptian government easily silences or dismisses critics but even President Sisi is having a hard time ignoring one wealthy exile sparking protests in Egypt.
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Many Uyghurs don't speak out due to fear of repercussions and others don't because they have been indoctrinated against criticising the Chinese government.
A new law in Russia can pave the way for the government to have greater control over what Russians can access on the internet.
Egypt's Abdul Fatah el Sisi is preparing the ground to demolish constitutional term limits, and he will probably get away with it.
The bus was hijacked mid-afternoon and hit pedestrians along the way as it careened down the street in the city of Longyan, said police.
State-run telecoms monopoly announced Cubans will be offered full internet access for mobile phones beginning this week.
Multiple blasts targeted a Shia cultural centre. The assault was the latest attack on the home of Afghanistan's government, which is fighting Daesh and a resurgent Taliban.
Many leaders across the Arab world were not happy with the coverage of the media outlet. They blamed it for undermining the old power structures. TRT World asks Tarek Cherkaoui, a communications expert, to explain how the Al Jazeera story unfolded.
A search is underway in the region to find the missing soldiers.
DAESH has claimed responsibility after a bomber detonated his explosive vest in Iskan, a mostly Shi'ite district in the west of the Iraqi capital.
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