Police said protesters had vandalised a restaurant after a peaceful chanting of slogans
Bangladesh’s track record in treating journalists is shameful
More than 2,000 people were injured nationwide
President Sebastian Pinera told the thronging masses that he had 'heard the message' in a post...
Why violence is always about to break out
The government needs to be firm and unwavering in its stance against the true perpetrators
To instigate mob violence -- especially against minorities -- is a crime of the utmost seriousness
We vilify some killers, but defend others
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Why are we witnessing so much death and destruction in our society?
How can student organizations be improved?
The government has refused to concede to the protesters’ demand for an independent inquiry into...
Uganda’s new bill is unnatural and un-African
Universities must be led by administrators for whom the welfare of their students is the primary...
The candle-light vigils for Abrar Fahad are a bold repudiation of silence
Violence in the name of student politics has gone on for too long, and it is time the two were...
Two protesters have been shot, one in the chest and one in the leg
Mugabe inherited a country with great potential, but he threw it all away
The path of physical violence is being taken all too frequently
About 11 women and children have been abused each day
Enforcing our laws may help end mob violence
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