State oil company workers and doctors in Sudan said they were joining protests against the military coup that has derailed the country's planned transition to democracy.
Sudanese flooded the streets of Khartoum and elsewhere in the country to protest against the coup and press demands for a return to civilian rule.
Military-aligned demonstrators cut off major roads and bridges in Sudan's capital Khartoum as ties between the military and civilians in the ruling government sour.
A Gulf Centre for Human Rights report highlighted attacks on civil society activists and the media, as well as torture against citizens.
The protesters converged on the presidential palace in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, shouting "One army, one people" and demanding "a military government".
Frustrated with the transitional government, the protesters gathered in front of the presidential palace in the capital Khartoum, demanding military control over the country.
In recent months, protests led by leftist movements have demanded Bolsonaro's impeachment due to his mismanagement of the pandemic. But Saturday's demonstrations were also against a hike in food and fuel prices.
Tunisians rise up against ongoing state of exception two months since President Kais Saied seized governing powers amidst mounting frustration at the absence of a new government and worries over authoritarian ruling.
It was the latest troubling sign that the Taliban are restricting women’s rights as they settle into government, just a month since they overran the capital of Kabul.
The debt-ridden real estate developer is facing protests from investors who fear the company can go bankrupt.
United Nations says it documented the deaths of four protesters from gunfire, as well as house-to-house searching of protesters.
The slow start to the coronavirus vaccination programme in Thailand and economic pain from restrictions and business closures has heaped pressure on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha's government.
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