Supporters of two separate opposition groups rallied in different locations in Kazakhstan's biggest city, Almaty, and a few other big cities on Sunday to demand political reforms and the release of people they described as political prisoners.
Since taking ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her top allies into custody, troops have stepped up arrests of civil servants, doctors and others joining strikes demanding the generals relinquish power.
Posts on the Facebook accounts of Ted Hui, Eddie Chu and Ray Chan say they have been arrested in relation to the incidents in the legislature's main chamber. The trio separately disrupted legislative meetings on two occasions.
King Sultan Abdullah was going to meet top leaders from key political parties to verify support for opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who could replace Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.
The lawyer, Lyudmila Kazak was defending Maria Kolesnikova, a key member of a council Belarus’ political opposition set up to push for a new presidential election.
Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who will need the king's assent to replace current premier Muhyiddin Yassin, told a news conference his support from lawmakers means "Muhyiddin has fallen as PM."
The talks in Sochi come as the UN rights chief urges investigation into torture allegations against Belarus security forces stemming from the response to protests over the disputed reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko.
Another prominent Belarusian figure and lawyer of the opposition Coordination Council, Maxim Znak, has been taken by masked men from his office.
The June 5 Movement has triggered a show-down with the government with unflinching demands that President Keita resign over his perceived failures in tackling the dire economy and eight-year conflict in Mali.
The opposition, backed by Turkish forces, entered Nairab in Idlib province where heavy fighting continues. The Syrian regime had captured Nairab on February 3.
"We will mobilise for street protests on Thursday and Friday, and on Saturday we will all be in the streets," Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido as he called for three days of protests against President Nicolas Maduro.
Several people detained by Syrian regime and opposition were simultaneously released in Abu al Zindeen district.
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