Protests And Demonstrations
Text of President Barack Obama's remarks to the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, as provided by the White House: Mr.
WASHINGTON - On the eve of conservative commentator Glenn Beck's rally at the Lincoln Memorial, a blogger's assertion that parts of the nation's capital should be avoided touched off accusations of racism and a sharp response by angry city leaders.
BANGKOK - A group of anonymous Internet activists has set up a website to display information about Thailand that comes from the whistle-blower site Wikileaks, which is blocked to some viewers in the Southeast Asian country.
SHENZHEN, China - Young workers who normally spend their days assembling iPhones and other high-tech gadgets packed a stadium at their massive campus Wednesday, waving pompoms and shouting slogans at a rally to raise morale following a string of suicides at the company's heavily regimented factories.
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan will monitor seven major websites, including Google and Yahoo, to block anti-Islamic links and content, an official said Friday.
- Pakistan lifts Facebook ban
- Pakistani court lifts ban on Facebook
- Protesters blockade Greek stock exchange
- Hackers disrupt Australian government Web sites
- Removal of anti-Chavez TV channel spurs protests
- Iran warns opposition on cell phone, e-mail use
- Iran cleric's funeral becomes opposition protest
- Iraqi journalists protest government pressure
- China state media says 156 killed in riots in west
- Ethnic riots spread in China's west; 140 killed
- China says 140 killed in riots in west
- Web support pours out for Iran protesters
- Iranian opposition head calls for rally Thursday
- Iran's Revolutionary Guard warns online media