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Thousands in Paris anti-racism rally mark 2005 riots
Condemning racism and police heavy-handedness, thousands of people attended a "march of dignity" rally in Paris to mark a decade since the deaths of two youths sparked nationwide riots.
State of emergency in Ferguson as teen charged with shootout
St. Louis County declared a state of emergency after a night of unrest in Ferguson, as a teenager was charged with shooting at police officers.
Shots fired as Ferguson marks anniversary of teen's death
A day of peaceful remembrance marking the anniversary of a black teen's killing by police in the US city of Ferguson came to a violent end Sunday as gunfire left at least one protester injured.
Over 10,000 Finns rally in support of multiculturalism
Over ten thousand people rallied in Helsinki to support multiculturalism and protest recent controversial statements by a populist legislator, police said.
Walmart pulls Confederate flag merchandise after Charleston attack
Walmart announced it has decided to remove Confederate flag merchandise from its stores as a debate rages around the banner seen by many as a symbol of racial violence.
Netanyahu denounces 'resurgent' anti-Semitism
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced a resurgence in anti-Semitism both in the Middle East and in the West.
Black Miss Japan fights for race revolution
Ariana Miyamoto entered the Miss Universe Japan beauty contest after a mixed-race friend committed suicide.
Michelle Obama 'knocked back' by race perceptions
Michelle Obama says she had to fight misperceptions due to her African-American race during the 2008 White House campaign.
Prince to lead peace concert in Baltimore
Prince announced a peace concert in Baltimore on Mother's Day after the death in police custody of an African American man sparked sometimes violent protests.
Obama urges deeper look at race, hints at his future
President Barack Obama urged Americans to address the root causes of recent racially-tinged unrest, focusing not just on police actions.
Baltimore lifts curfew, National Guard begins pullout
Baltimore lifted a curfew that was imposed across the US East Coast city following widespread riots, as thousands of National Guard troops began to pull out.
Baltimore braces for fresh large-scale protest
National Guard troops patrolled the tense streets of Baltimore in large numbers in anticipation of a fresh large-scale protest over the death of a young African-American man in police custody.
Baltimore police use smoke bombs, pepper pellets on protesters
Police in Baltimore fired smoke bombs and pepper pellets at hundreds of protesters who defied a night-time curfew that took effect across the city.
Baltimore awakes to aftermath of riots over black man's custody death
Riot police stood guard on the smouldering streets of the US city of Baltimore after protesters incensed by the death of a young black man.
New 'Daily Show' host in storm over 'racist, sexist' jokes
Newly anointed "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah faced mounting criticism after the emergence of several past social media posts accused of being racist.
Seven months on, Ferguson shooting takes its toll
Seven months under the wrong kind of spotlight is taking its toll on Ferguson as it tries to move past the dark shadow cast by the police killing of unarmed black teenager.
Third night of US protests against police killings
Thousands of demonstrators marched in major cities across the United States in a fresh wave of protests against a spate of killings of unarmed black men by white police officers.
White policeman kills unarmed black man in Arizona
A white police officer shot dead a black man in Arizona when he mistook some pills for a gun amid protests in New York triggered by a string of similar incidents.
Obama to move on police body cameras after Ferguson unrest
President Barack Obama will seek to release funds aimed at equipping more US police officers with body cameras.
Celebrities call for 'Black Friday' boycott
US celebrities called for a boycott to take place- to protest a grand jury's decision not to prosecute a police officer who fatally shot a black teen.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
11 april 2011, 15:03
Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
20 march 2015, 12:46
Obama says US to 're-assess' options after Netanyahu win
02 june 2015, 10:40
Rights groups urge Merkel to press Egypt over violations
07 july 2015, 14:07
EU's Juncker wants 'to avoid Grexit'
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