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# Civil Unrest

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# Civil Unrest
Shoot-on-sight orders issued in Sri Lanka amid deadly violence
Sri Lanka is suffering its worst economic crisis since independence in 1948.
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# attempted coup
Maduro denies plans to flee Venezuela as Juan Guaidó calls on military to revolt
Guaidó claimed this was the “beginning of the end” of Maduro’s regime, and there was “no turning back.”
# Civil Unrest
Shooting at anti-Trump protest as demonstrators plan more action
A man was injured after he was shot in the leg.
# Civil Unrest
Violent protests in Paris see police fire tear gas just two weeks ahead of Euro 2016
French workers are objecting to new labour laws.
# uprising
Masked gunmen have captured the Yemeni president's chief of staff
The abductors are believed to be Shiite militiamen.
# F1
Bahrain braced for ‘three days of rage’
Organisers of the this weekend’s contentious Bahrain Grand Prix have boosted security in the wake of a petrol bomb attack targeting Force India team members.
# Optimism
Domenicali: Bahrain GP must proceed
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes Formula One can help ease tensions in the troubled state by setting a positive example at this weekend’s Grand Prix.
# Protest
Formula One announcement sparks unrest in Bahrain
The FIA’s decision to go ahead with next week’s Bahrain Grand Prix has triggered a renewal of hostilities between riot police and anti-government protestors.
# Egypt
Fighting resumes in Cairo after night of unrest
24 people were killed and 200 were wounded in yesterday’s clashes between Muslims, Christians and security forces.
# Yemen
Yemen: 50 dead as violent clashes continue
The bloodshed during clashes between civilians and armed forces over the past two days has drawn international condemnation.
# Yemen
At least 23 killed in Yemen protests
A child was among the people killed as the latest spurt of violence in the country’s capital, Sanaa, entered its second day.
# Civil Disobedience
TEEU to debate civil disobedience motion today
One of Ireland’s largest trade unions, which is calling for a general election, will vote on a motion of civil unrest today.