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While talking to newsmen, the protesting woman said that the influential men of her area attempted to kidnap her daughter, who was saved by the local people but the culprits are issuing dire threats to her family members now.
The teachers were protesting for the fulfilment of their demands, some of which were already agreed to by the provincial authorities.
Moreover, Hafiz Saeed's Jamaatud Dawa is taking out a protest at Chauburji while the JI is protesting at Masjid-e-Shuhada.
I once again appeal to the protesting parties in the name of Islam, humanity, decency and morality to defer their protest keeping in view the critical situation of the country.
seven days after the protesting party knew or should have known of the facts giving rise to the
Tomorrow, the protesting employees will march towards civil secretariat as a second phase of ongoing protest.
Eye witnesses told Sudan Tribune that fresh protests erupted Thursday in and around the institute of financial and banking studies in downtown Khartoum but the police had managed to disperse the protesting students using teargas and batons.
Sustaining a negative dialogue with customers is something that about one fourth of respondents saw as a deterrent to protesting.
Photos from the southwestern city of Chengdu and the central city of Zhengzhou showed hundreds of people marching with banners and signs protesting Japan's claim on what China calls the Diaoyu islands.
Opposition leader Oommen Chandy, addressing fellow Congressmen who were protesting here, said the LDF government's protest in Delhi was nothing but 'a political gimmick'.
Mostly silent in recent years, they have begun protesting against the hard-line President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and perhaps fomenting additional, resistance to his rule.