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May 13, 2018 10:27 AM Eurovision 2018: 'Was she MIMING?' Fans claim SuRie's performance breached rules

EUROVISION 2018 fans blasted SuRie and other performers on the Lisbon stage, after a protester who brutally disrupted the Brit’s performance seemed to prove that she was miming. And it didn’t take 20-20 vision to spot that most or ALL of the other countries seemed to be miming too – with Moldova in particular obviously fluffing lines. After the SuRie 30

May 13, 2018 1:38 AM World War 3: Israel DESTROY Palestine tunnels after VIOLENT PROTEST breaks out in Gaza

ISRAEL’s army have taken defiant action to destroy tunnels used by the Palestinian militant group Hamas, as violence between the two nations continues to rage in the Gaza strip. Fresh skirmishes between the Middle Eastern nations broke out on Friday when dozens of Palestinian demonstrators broke into the Gaza side of the Kerem Shalom terminal, the main channel 26

May 11, 2018 8:33 PM Hong Kong independence activists face THREE years in jail

TWO Hong Kong pro-independence activists have been found guilty of unlawful assembly and face three years in jail. Yau Wai-Ching and Sixtus “Baggio” Leung, of the Youngspiration party tried to take their oaths as legislatures after they tried to enter a legislative council that they were supposedly banned from. On November 2, 2016 the group clashed with security 21

May 3, 2018 6:18 PM Judge upholds ban on protest during Dutch war commemoration

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - A Dutch judge has upheld a ban on a noisy demonstration that an activist had planned during the country's annual two minutes of silence to commemorate its war dead, ruling that it amounted to a disruption of public order. A judge in Amsterdam ruled Thursday that the city was justified in outlawing the demonstration planned 4

April 24, 2018 8:17 PM Yemenis protest ban in advance of supreme court arguments

NEW YORK (AP) - Yemeni Americans in New York are speaking out against a U.S. travel ban as the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments over whether it should be upheld. Some Yemeni owners of bodegas, the corner stores so prevalent in New York City, shut down for an hour on Tuesday afternoon to protest against the ban. It was a shortened version 8

April 21, 2018 10:47 AM India introduces death penalty for rape of young children

NEW DELHI (AP) - India's government on Saturday prescribed the death penalty for people convicted of raping children under 12 to help combat an increase in violent crime against women. An ordinance was approved by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Cabinet and was being sent to the president for approval, the Press Trust of India news agency reported 9

April 21, 2018 8:10 AM 'Here to stay, here to fight': Hundreds of people protest against Windrush scandal as Dianne Abbott leads calls for 'justice' at Brixton rally

Hundreds of people gathered to show their solidarity with the Windrush generation as it emerged those caught up in the scandal would be given compensated. On Friday Theresa May confirmed the Government will make compensation payments to members of the Windrush generation who suffered as a result of official challenges to their migration status, however 14

April 13, 2018 2:56 AM Vic group gather to protest Manus stabbing

A small group of protesters has gathered at Melbourne's Immigration Department offices, demanding the federal government immediately provide care and treatment to a refugee reportedly stabbed on Manus Island. Members of the Refugee Action Collective gathered on Friday following reports the Afghan refugee, in offshore processing at Manus Island, was stabbed 5

April 9, 2018 7:07 PM Schools 'to drop gathering nationality data'

Privacy campaigners say the Department for Education is to drop the controversial requirement for schools in England to collect data about pupils' nationality. The Against Borders for Children protest group had warned the information could be used to check on the immigration status of pupils. Campaigners hailed it as a "victory" after a boycott and legal 16

April 3, 2018 12:12 PM David Miliband calls on EU to allow half a million refugees to resettle in Europe

DAVID Miliband urged the European Union to stop “playing catch up” with the refugee crisis and step up its efforts to tackle it by bringing in half a million refugees over the next five years, a proposal likely to anger many EU state members. International Rescue Committee (IRC) chairman Mr Miliband's proposal would see the number of people welcomed 22