Sarajevo audience 'protests' its way into theatre to watch Croatian director's play

The performance was earlier opposed by the Croatian cultural society "Napredak" and several Bosniak associations which claimed that the play offended the religious feelings of Catholics and...

Italy protest party: Euro is destroying southern European economies

Europe's common currency, the euro, is wrecking the economies of Italy, Spain and Greece and must be fundamentally reformed or broken up, Italy's main opposition party, the Five Star Movement (M5S...

Millions of workers strike in India over reforms, wages

Tens of millions of workers and government employees went on a day-long strike across India on Friday, protesting the government's labour reform policies and demanding better pay.

Massive rally held in Sana'a in support of rebel ruling body

Thousands of Yemenis on Saturday rallied in central Sana'a in a show of support to a council set up by rebels to rule the war-wracked country.

73-year-old woman killed in police demonstration

A 73-year-old woman taking part in a role-playing police exercise was killed after being shot multiple times by an officer, police said Wednesday in Florida.

Erdogan arrives at mass rally in Istanbul against attempted coup

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived at a massive rally of hundreds of thousands of people in Istanbul on Sunday to protest last month's failed coup attempt by elements of the Turkish...

Istanbul set for mass rally against attempted coup

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend a massive rally in Istanbul on Sunday to protest last month's failed coup attempt by elements of the Turkish military.

Anti-war protest elicits harsh counter-protest

A peaceful anti-war protest was held in Zagreb's main square at 6 pm on Thursday, eliciting a peaceful counter-protest by Croatian war and civil associations and a strong response from...

Radiohead condemns violence at party in Istanbul, as police crush protest

Turkish police used tear gas and water cannons on hundreds of protestors who rallied in Istanbul Saturday against the previous night's attack on a small record shop holding a listening party for...

Protesters urge continuation of curricular reform, early election

Several hundred citizens, including leaders of some trade unions and numerous members of expert groups working on the curricular reform, said the current government was ignoring the reform.

Croatia Can Do Better Initiative announces rally for change of government

The Initiative called on Croatian citizens to join in the support for the comprehensive curriculum reform and send out the message that education is a priority for Croatian society.

200 protest outside INA demanding protection of national interests

"Croatia has been looted and humiliated, the list of (white-collar) scandals and criminal offences is being extended, while the Croatian people are living in poverty," said Vilibor Sincic

Protest against sale of state-owned assets

A protest against the sale of state-owned assets was held in Zagreb's main square on Saturday at which about 200 people demanded the replacement of Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic, telling him...

Protesters say politicians should keep away from curricular reform

According to police estimates, 25,000 people gathered for the protest. There were no reports of incidents.

Thousands attend protest of support for curricular reform

Thousands of citizens, concerned about the possible discontinuation of an integral curricular reform over political pressure, gathered for a protest of support for the reform in Zagreb's central...