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Three students of the Lancang Kuning University in Riau were reportedly expelled by campus management after they criticized the rector.
Opponents of Myanmar's coup took to the streets again on Saturday, Feb. 20.
Myanmar's "Spiderman" suited up for the eighth day of protests to join tens of thousands of people around the country who oppose the military coup.
Supporters of Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi clashed with police. Three people were wounded when police fired rubber bullets to break the crowd.
The Islamic Defenders Front's (FPI) plan to stage the 1812 demonstration in front of the State Palace today drew many protests on Twitter.
PA 212 deputy secretary Novel Bamukmin asserted that his side would keep staging the 1812 rally demanding the release of FPI leader Rizieq Shihab.
The West Papua Police arrest 36 in Manokwari and Sorong after a rally to commemorate the West Papua New Guinea National Congress (WPNGNC) anniversary.
500 pairs of shoes lined up before the DPR Building as part of a demonstration demanding the passage of the sexual violence eradication bill (RUU PKS)
The Jakarta Students Federation (Fijar) demonstrated in front of the Education and Culture Ministry headquarters today.
National Police (Polri) question the intent behind KontraS' video compilation of numerous police brutality during the anti-omnibus law protests.
Demonstration against French President Emmanuel Macron was held again in front of the French Embassy today, November 6, 2020.
Transjakarta director Prasetia reported three bus lines rerouted in an anticipatory measure of two rallies in Horse Statue and French Embassy today.
32 labor confederations and federations were set to hold yet another rally against the new Omnibus Law on Job Creation in 24 provinces today, Nov. 2.
Transjakarta President Director Jhony claimed he witnessed the arson of bus stops during the students' rally on Thursday, Oct 8.
The ruling PDIP chairperson Megawati Sukarnoputri asked President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo not to spoil the millennial generation.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko has again considered students' protest against the Job Creation Law a paradox.
Opposition members of parliament told Prayuth Chan-ocha to stop hiding behind proclamations of loyalty to the monarchy and step down.
Hundreds of students held a demonstration against the Omnibus Law of the Job Creation Law in the Arjuna Wiwaha Horse Statue area today.
Jakarta Metro Police Chief said all rioters in the protest against the omnibus law on Job Creation would be charged although they were students.
Thousands of people planned to take to the street again today, October 22, protesting the Omnibus Law on Job Creation in front of the State Palace.