Protestors found not guilty of ABH and public disorder after CCTV footage emerges of police officers punching, kneeing and choking them.
The Victorian Legislative Council has voted to restrict pro-life protests to 150 metres from abortion clinics.
Romania's Prime Minister and Bucharest's Mayor have resigned as a result of a 25,000-person protest calling for better safety standards after a nightclub fire killed 32 and injured 134 people.
"The mosque will be really close to the army base, where they have all their weapons and a shooting range and stuff. Nobody wants it here."
A Canberra politician wants to grant women safer access to abortions while respecting freedom of assembly.
We investigate abortion access in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, two Canadian provinces with restricted access to abortions and conservative political climates.
Now that the Conservatives have won the election in the UK, they are gearing up to scrap Great Britain's Human Rights Act. We talked to some left-wing activists to get their thoughts on the potential end of human rights protections in the UK.
Last night's protest at the Australian Open attracted a lot of booing. We asked spectators why.
Florida being Florida, the weddings featured matching white dress suits, Sea World Discovery Cove proposal stories, and conservative protesters.
Activists halted a show candidly exploring the legacy of European colonialism, and before anyone could assess the piece's merits, a bevy of black actors in London lost their jobs.
We spoke with the anti-pipeline protesters whose massive undertaking—a 700 kilometre walk from just west of Montreal to a town on the Gulf of the St-Lawrence—is one of the boldest demonstrations against pipeline action Canada has seen yet.
As Crimea becomes part of Russia, tensions continue to rise in Ukraine and demonstrators attempt to break into parliament in Kiev. VICE News reporter Simon Ostrovsky joins the protesters in Independence Square as they fight for a change in their governmen…
Election day did nothing to quell the rage of anti-government protesters.
Over the past three Fridays, Egyptian police have arrested over 700 protesters and killed another 27, according to official figures. There was a time when these numbers would have led the news bulletins. Now, they're buried in half-hearted weekend round-u…
After the country's bloodiest summer, the trail of bodies is reinforcing one of the mainstays of the Mubarak era: unexplained deaths, denials by authorities.
Last Sunday 50 masked men armed with Molotov cocktails stormed a gold mine in northern Greece. After torching bulldozers and trucks belonging to Canadian mining company El Dorado and its Greek subsidiary Hellenic Gold, the group used tree trunks to block