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# unrest

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Sudan wants the international community to back its new military rulers
'Your move': Seven cabin crew unions write to Ryanair shareholders demanding an end to unrest
Iran warns protesters they will 'pay the price' after third night of mass demonstrations
'We are profoundly sorry': Spanish government apologises for Catalan referendum violence
Barcelona win behind closed doors amid referendum turmoil
Police attacked in Belfast after removal of wood from nationalist bonfire site
Dublin Bus and Irish Rail workers to ballot for industrial action
Rail and Dublin Bus workers angry over treatment of Bus Éireann staff, says union boss
Coordinator for Irish rights group among 57 arrested ahead of protests in Belarus
'We've been forced into this': Dublin Fire Brigade to go on strike for two days
10,000 support staff at nearly 40 hospitals to join nurses in industrial action on 7 March
Irish people told to avoid Gambia as West Africa troops prepare to move in
Department of Foreign Affairs making contact with 'very small number' of Irish citizens in Gambia
Iraqi forces arrest would-be teenage bomber days after Kurdish wedding attack
Three-month state of emergency declared in Turkey
Airtricity League condemn Athlone Town's late withdrawal from First Division fixture
How does an oil-rich country with an economy bigger than New Zealand have food shortages?
ESB pay rise likely to stir unrest among public sector workers
'I hear the sound of helicopters overhead and the piercing sound of police sirens. The violence has been appalling'
Garry Walsh
French reports say ex-Ireland coach O'Sullivan is close to Biarritz exit
Nato is worried about the situation in Macedonia
African Cup of Nations hosts fined $100,000 after 36 people injured in 'war zone'
Rangers fans stage protests against club's board after game against Hearts abandoned
Rodgers dismisses reports of player unrest at Liverpool as 'totally untrue'
Remember the protests in Hong Kong? They're still going - and are more violent
Israel approves law to become national homeland of the Jewish people
Irish supporters' group 'shocked and angered' by treatment during FAI protest
One killed in knife attack as unrest continues across Israel and West Bank
Three arrested over Glasgow unrest following referendum result
Potshots, tear gas, snipers and curfews: 'Fighting a war with unarmed citizens' in Ferguson
Human remains disturbed as missile strike hits Gaza cemetery
Obama warns that Iraqi extremists could destabalise other countries
Ukraine troops killed as president promises to meet Putin
Mortars target Iraq voting centres as polls open in first election since US troops left
Tata Martino to leave Barcelona at end of the season - reports
Explainer: What's going on in Venezuela?
Man allegedly 'raped with gun' after arrest in Venezuela protests
Ukranian president announces ‘truce’, start of peace negotiations
Photos: 13 people killed in Kiev after police storm protest camp
At least seven killed during fresh wave of violence in Kiev