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# Protests

Last year
Moral panic 'fizzled out' of Dungarvan after gardaí arrested woman over alleged false statement
Protester fighting for life after clashes during demonstration over water facilities in France
Violence erupts as thousands protest across France over Macron pension reform
French police ban pension protests opposite parliament
Roads blocked and strikes escalated after Macron pushes through pension reform
Police clash with protesters in Paris as Macron forces through pension reform without vote
French citizens again protest against Macron’s planned pension age increase
Donnacha Ó Beacháin: 'Young people are fighting to reverse Georgia’s authoritarian trajectory'
Donnacha Ó Beacháin
Police fire tear gas at demonstrators protesting over Greek rail crash that killed 57 people
Thousands protest in Georgia against 'foreign agents' bill after police clamp down
Greece faces fresh strikes and protests over rail crash that killed 57 people
Greek station master's court date delayed as protests continue over train crash
Thousands of people protest in Greece over train crash that killed 57 people
Opinion: Identity politics dominated Britain's Brexit - let's not make the same mistakes
Peter Flanagan
‘Exponential increase’ in protests this year adding to costs for Gardaí
Man denies intentionally driving into anti-immigration protesters in Dublin
Paul Murphy: Anti-refugee protests a far cry from grassroots 'no to water charges' campaigns
Paul Murphy
Varadkar condemns racism 'of any form' in the Dáil amid anti-refugee protests
Thousands of protesters in Iran pardoned by country's supreme leader
Iraqis protest in capital against gender based violence following murder of YouTuber
Macron compromises on raising pension age after protests
Far right protesters aren't just in it for the cause - there's also money to be made
One agitator asks his followers for support to cover travel and other expenses related to the protests.
Anti-immigration activists monetise their YouTube accounts and ask for donations, reports Eimer McAuley.
Experts say the tactics are imported from abroad but the levels of profit are small at present.
Harris says decision-making process for those seeking asylum will be accelerated
Public order: how gardaí are responding to current waves of protests
Fianna Fáil politicians raise concerns about anti-immigrant protests at parliamentary meeting
Minister: 'No level of consultation' would change views of some on housing asylum seekers
France braces for new strikes against pension age increase
Calls for protest 'exclusion zones' following sharp rise in number of Dublin demonstrations
French PM says pension age hike 'non-negotiable' as strikes loom
Memphis disbands police unit after video of Tyre Nichols assault sparks outrage
Mansion House security review to take place after Lord Mayor concerned for safety during protest
'Not for sale' - Everton's majority shareholder not walking away despite fan fury
Pro-refugee demonstrations take place across Dublin
Lynn Ruane: In all my years of community work I've never met the ones 'fighting for Ireland'
Lynn Ruane
France prepares for 'hellish' day of protests over controversial pension reform
Dublin TD says protesters told him 'they will come to my home and burn it down'
Peru braces for new rally in Lima against President Boluarte despite state of emergency
Peru declares state of emergency in capital following severe protests
Drimnagh is latest Dublin community to form group to 'support inclusion' after protests
'We must reclaim the streets from the far-right': Ballymun planning events to welcome refugees