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1 hr ago | NEWS.com.au
THE owner of a Queensland outback pub has told how she spent a terrifying hour fearing for her life after a drunken mob armed with rocks and iron bars started a riot early Sunday morning.
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4 hrs ago | Jurist
Brazilian lawmakers argue the legislation is required to fill a missing piece [ UK Guardian report] in the Brazilian legal system as the country's international exposure grows.
9 hrs ago | South China Morning Post
Five urban management officials in Zhejiang province were set upon and assaulted by hundreds of enraged locals angered by their law enforcement technique on Saturday, leaving two severely injured.
10 hrs ago | Indybay.org
A community barbeque and speakout was held on April 12 in Stockton, Calif., organized by the Inter Council for Mothers of Murdered Children.
12 hrs ago | The Daily Star
An Egyptian man walks with his bicycle past riot police taking a break after dispersing students who support the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohammad Morsi, during clashes following a demonstration at the Cairo University in the Egyptian capital on April 15, 2014.
Jerusalem police have limited Muslim access to the Temple Mount again Sunday, after Arab youths attempted to riot yet again at Judaism's holiest site.
My first glimpse of Koza was a burned out car on a monochrome print I picked up at a recycle shop in Naha.
Muzaffarnagar, Apr 19: A local court has extended judicial custody of a gangrape accused in a Muzaffarnagar riot-related case.
I was like, 'That's comforting.' . . . If you divide the job correctly, there were like 20 people, even more, [on the assembly line].
At Colorado State University last weekend, the hosts of a block party called 911 for help clearing out hundreds of attendees.
A diver dressed as the Easter Bunny swims among sharks, rays and other species of fish in the Shipwreck habitat at the South East Asia Aquarium of Resorts World Sentosa, a popular tourist attraction in Singapore.
A Bahraini man died on Friday from shotgun pellet wounds sustained during clashes with police almost two months ago, rights activists said, becoming the first person to be killed in such circumstances since February last year.
Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns yesterday's grave violations of the rights of political prisoners in Tehran's Evin prison.
As thousands of Jewish visitors stream in to visit the Cave of the Patriarchs to celebrate Passover holiday, dozens of rioters throw stones at soldiers in West Bank city.
Many of the photos coming out of Venezuela, Ukraine, Thailand and Turkey over the past 10 months are images of violent disarray.
BBC is accused of 'crass insensitivity' towards family of murdered PC Blakelock after man cleared of killing him is allowed to talk about how his death was 'celebration time' The BBC has been accused of 'crass insensitivity' towards the family of PC Keith Blakelock after it allowed the man cleared of killing him to gloat about the circumstances of ... (more)