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Violence over agriculture reforms overshadows India’s Republic Day

Violence over agriculture reforms overshadows India’s Republic Day

The government had opposed the farmers’ rally, saying it would be a “national embarrassment” if it overshadowed Republic Day.

  • by Samaan Lateef

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‘I couldn’t think of a better use of the award’: Peter Kingston rebuffs Australia Day honour in protest
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‘I couldn’t think of a better use of the award’: Peter Kingston rebuffs Australia Day honour in protest

The artist’s stand ramps up pressure for an overhaul of the Australia Day award’s system.

  • by Linda Morris
As it happened: Thousands march in Brisbane Invasion Day rally

As it happened: Thousands march in Brisbane Invasion Day rally

Thousands of people have peacefully marched in the Invasion Day rally through Brisbane, calling for the date of Australia Day to be changed.

  • by Stuart Layt
Invasion Day protest legal bid ‘snookered’ by Health Minister, court hears

Invasion Day protest legal bid ‘snookered’ by Health Minister, court hears

Protesters are doubling down on their intentions to go ahead with the rally even in the absence of an exemption despite warnings of fines for those who breach health orders.

  • by Angus Thompson and Laura Chung
‘Get out Bolsonaro!’ say ex-supporters of far-right President

‘Get out Bolsonaro!’ say ex-supporters of far-right President

After watching him jettison his anti-corruption pledges and botch Brazil’s coronavirus response, some say they were wrong to back the Trump of the Tropics.

  • by Gabriel Stargardter
‘We want revenge’: Violent demonstrations signal a fractured left

‘We want revenge’: Violent demonstrations signal a fractured left

Violent and destructive activity among far-left groups has been increasing across America, as extremists employ tactics that many on the left fear will alienate people from their cause.

  • by Marissa J. Lang and Kimberly Kindy
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Police arrest over 1,000 at Russia protests backing jailed Kremlin foe Navalny

Police arrest over 1,000 at Russia protests backing jailed Kremlin foe Navalny

Police detained over 1,000 people across Russia on Saturday and used force to break up rallies around the country as tens of thousands of protesters demanded the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, whose wife was among those detained.

Anti-fascist protesters vandalise buildings in Portland and Seattle over Biden inauguration

Anti-fascist protesters vandalise buildings in Portland and Seattle over Biden inauguration

People dressed in black and with their faces covered broke windows and the glass door at the Democratic Party of Oregon business office in Portland, spray-painting an anarchist symbol over the party sign

  • by Daniel Trotta and Bhargav Acharya
DC locks down, Delta bans guns, prepares no-fly list ahead of inauguration

DC locks down, Delta bans guns, prepares no-fly list ahead of inauguration

At an emergency security briefing, Vice-President Mike Pence said the "American people deserve a safe inauguration on January 20".

  • by Makini Brice
'A springboard for civil war': How the far-right used social media to orchestrate the Capitol riots

'A springboard for civil war': How the far-right used social media to orchestrate the Capitol riots

For one strange moment, it looked as if the US Capitol Building had been invaded by Vikings – but almost none of it was spontaneous.

  • by Laurence Dodds
Nearly 30 arrested after clashes at Trump supporters rally

Nearly 30 arrested after clashes at Trump supporters rally

Police in the District of Columbia said they arrested people for a variety of offences, from assault to weapons possession and resisting arrests and rioting.

  • by Michael Balsamo and Ashraf Khalil