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US & Canada · Tennessee

Nurses to protest sentencing in Tennessee patient-death case

62% Center coverage: 24 sources
Hundreds of health care workers gathered outside a Nashville courthouse on Friday to protest the sentencing of a former nurse. RaDonda Vaught was found guilty in March of criminally negligent homicide and gross neglect of an impaired adult after she accidentally administered the wrong medication. The maximum sentence is unlikely given her lack of prior offenses. A presentencing report rated her risk of reoffending as low. Vaught faces three to six years for gross neglect and one to two years for criminally negligent homicides.See the Story
Protest · Abadan

Iran Protesters Seek Justice as Building Collapse Toll Rises

46% Center coverage: 26 sources
Hundreds take to streets in southwestern Iran demanding justice after tower block collapse. Large section of the 10-storey Metropol building crumbled on Monday, causing one of Iran's deadliest such disasters in years. At least 10 people were arrested following the incident, including the mayor and two former mayors.See the Story
Europe · London

Victims groups slam UK plan for amnesty over Troubles crimes

63% Center coverage: 16 sources
Relatives of people killed during Northern Ireland's decades of violence protest in London. British government says Legacy and Reconciliation bill reflects likelihood of convicting. Bill would end most prosecutions for killings by British soldiers and members of militant groups. More than 3,500 people died during three decades of Violence, known as the Troubles.See the Story
US & Canada · Kampala

Uganda detains opposition figure urging protests over prices

50% Left coverage: 12 sources
Kizza Besigye, a four-time presidential candidate, has been unable to leave his home since May 12. Ugandan police routinely detain opposition figures inside their homes. His detention followed his call for Ugandans to protest against rising commodity prices. The government blames mostly on the war in Ukraine, a major supplier of grain and edible oils.See the Story
Protestors · Jammu and Kashmir

Police arrest 10 youths for anti-India protest in Kashmir

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Police in disputed Kashmir arrested at least 10 youths during overnight raids following an anti-India protest that erupted as an Indian court sentenced a prominent Kashmiri pro-independence leader to life in prison, officials said Thursday.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Republicans Call For DOJ To Enforce Law That Would Bar Abortion Rights Demonstrators From Protesting At Justices' Homes

50% Left coverage: 8 sources
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares and 24 other state attorneys general are demanding that the Justice Department enforce a federal law. The law forbids picketing at the homes of federal judges. A draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn the landmark Roe vs. Wade ruling prompted protests by abortion-rights supporters.See the Story
Protest · Abuja

Kaduna-Abuja train victims' families protest, beg FG to respond to bandits' demands

The victims were abducted when bandits attacked the Kaduna-bound train on March 28. A masked terrorist wore a military uniform and stood behind the abductees in the new video. Eight passengers were killed during the train attack, while a yet-to-be-confirmed number of persons were kidnapped.See the Story

GMP forced into pay out to nurse fined £10k over lockdown protest

Karen Reissmann received fixed penalty notice from Greater Manchester Police. Around 40 people were expected to attend the outdoor event at St Peter's Square in Manchester. Protest was intended to highlight treatment of NHS workers. Police conceded they had 'misunderstood the effects' of COVID-19 regulations.See the Story
Protest · Porto

Workers in protest: this budget doesn't fit

Hundreds of workers, from north to south of the country, gathered in protest in front of the Assembly of the Republic on the day of the final approval of the 2022 State Budget. The protest was marked by the slogans of the workers to the Government: they called for an “increase in wages and pensions” and only “against the increase in the cost of living and the attack on rights”.See the Story

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