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# Protests

Last year
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
Housing Minister 'disturbed' by anti-refugee protests in Ballymun over the weekend
Iran sentences three more to death over Amini protests
Debunked: No, refugees are not still being housed at a school in Drimnagh
Extinction Rebellion ‘to temporarily shift away from public disruption’ tactics
All time
Iran's President vows 'no mercy' for 'hostile' protest movement
Iran ousted from UN women's rights body over protest crackdown
A doctor, rap artists and footballer among those facing death penalty in Iran
More Iranians at imminent risk of execution, according to human rights groups
International outcry of 'inhumanity' as Iran carries out execution over Amini protests
Iran carries out first known execution over Mahsa Amini protests
'No Killer Robots': San Francisco pauses deadly police robot policy amid public outcry
Opinion: China's zero-covid policy tightens its perfect dictatorship
Teng Biao
Opinion: The poor state of public services in Ireland is not the fault of refugees
Fellipe Lopes
Fresh clashes in south China over Covid lockdowns as authorities warn of 'crackdown'
Ireland’s Tehran embassy reopening ‘under review’, says Coveney
Chinese police arrest protestors and BBC journalist as anti-lockdown protests erupt
Hundreds take to streets in China as opposition to government's zero-Covid policy mounts
Iran arrests niece of leader Ayatollah Khamenei after condemning regime, brother claims
Met Police ‘fully prepared’ to counter further Just Stop Oil protests ahead of Christmas
UN human rights council eyes investigation of Iran's crackdown on protests
Iran arrests two top actors who removed headscarves, state media reports
FactCheck: Iranian protesters have been arrested & killed, but 15,000 aren't sentenced to death
Iran issues first death sentence for Mahsa Amini 'riots'
'People are in real crisis': Cost-of-living protests take place across the country
Templemore swimming pool to be re-opened to local groups following protests
Man detained after eggs thrown at Britain's King Charles during visit to York
Bolsonaro asks supporters to 'unblock' roads following election defeat
Drivers drag Just Stop Oil protesters away during London road blockages
Iran security forces 'open fire' as thousands mourn Mahsa Amini
Just Stop Oil protesters halt traffic and throw soup over UK Government department