Monday, May 01, 2006

This Week in Protests

This is a late version, its also abridged, instead of explanations I'll just copy and past the title of articles.

Akhalkalaki: Javakheti Armenians Protest Russian Bases Withdrawal

Brisbane: Activists protest against meat

Caledonia: Continuation of Six Nations standoff with Police

Ottawa: Justice for Mohamed protests "Guantanamo North"

Non-Natives and Natives march in support of Six Nations

Cairo: Egyptian police have attacked Cairo demonstrators rallying in support of two pro-reform judges who appeared before a disciplinary committee to face questioning about their criticism of the government.

Bangalore: Medicos stage protest march

Ludhiana: Garbage lifted after protest

Ludhiana: Six teachers’ bodies protest state education policy, highlight demands

New Delhi: Doctors to widen protest net

Bishkek: Thousands Protest Kyrgyz President

Ulaanbaatar: Ivanhoe Mines sees end of protest and closes deal

Kathmandu: The Masses Have Won!

Moscow: Police break up anti-nuclear Red Square protest

United Kingdom
Croydon: Unions march in jobs protest

Coventry: New protest in drive to save Peugeot plant

United States
Nation Wide: Day of Silence against Homophobia

Nation Wide: Unions protest Wal-Mart health care

Cincinnati: Prayers, rallies to protest genocide in Darfur Sunday

New York: Tens of Thousands in NYC Protest War

San Francisco: Fishermen protest fishing season cut

Syracuse: Animal rights activists protest at pharmaceutical facility

Tallahassee: Teachers protest bills to increase class size

Tulsa: Tulsans to camp out to protest Ugandan war

Washington: Five U.S. lawmakers arrested in Darfur protest



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