Kazakhstan Says at Least 164 Killed in Week of Crackdown on Protests

Authorities in Kazakhstan said at least 164 people, including three children, were killed during violent anti-government protests in the past week. According to the Kazakh Health Ministry, 103 of the deaths were in Almaty, the largest city and the center …

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Texan Man Sentenced for Attacking US Marshal with Hammer

This article was updated at 2021-12-14 17:05.Texas resident Jacob Michael Gaines has been sentenced to 46 months in jail for assaulting a Deputy U.S. Marshal with a construction hammer during a July 2020 protest in Downtown Portland, Oregon. “Mr. Gaines’ …

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German Police Injured During Anti-COVID Lockdown Protests in Mannheim

German Federal Police reported that six of officers were hurt during the mass anti-COVID restriction protests in Mannheim. According to the police, protesters started gathering at around 6:30 p.m. local time at the Mannheim water tower. Police reportedly told the …

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Polish Guard Skull Fractured after Altercation with Migrants at Poland-Belarus Border

Skirmishes have broken out between Polish security forces and the migrants that have massed on the Kuznica border crossing and left one police officer with a fractured skull. “Unfortunately – as a result of an attack by people inspired by …

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Kenosha National Guard Bracing for Rittenhouse Trial Verdict Aftermath

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has deployed 500 Wisconsin National Guard troops to support Kenosha authorities ahead of Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial verdict. “We continue to be in close contact with our partners at the local level to ensure the state provides …

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New Zealand to Deploy Police and Military to the Solomon Islands Amid Unrest

The New Zealand government announced on Wednesday it would send dozens of peacekeepers to the Solomon Islands after a request for help from the crisis-hit country, following a week of deadly riots. “We are deeply concerned by the recent civil …

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Taliban Continues Revenge Killings Against Ex-Afghan Security Forces Members: Watchdog

The Taliban forces have allegedly carried out more than 100 summary executions and forced disappearances in just four Afghan provinces, in a series of revenge attacks since the militant group seized power in August following the withdrawal of US forces …

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Solomon Islands Lockdown Over Violent Protests

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogevare of the Solomon Islands announced a 36-hour lockdown after the latest unrest on Wednesday. “Our nation witnessed another sad and unfortunate event aimed at bringing a democratically elected government down,” Sogevare said, adding that the people …

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