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1 Her comment evoked protests from the shocked listeners.
2 It no longer enjoys the heady atmosphere of liberty that swirled outside its opera house in 1830, intoxicating the demonstrators whose protests set the Belgians on the road to independence.
3 Countries including Britain, France and the US have urged their citizens to avoid trips to Thailand, and advised those already in Bangkok to stay in their hotels and away from protests.
4 As the bulldozers moved in on Star Ferry Pier, students, activists, and politicians staged multiple protests to preserve a historically and culturally significant structure.
5 Greeks have turned out in droves to a series of nationwide protests against the economy and austerity measures, outraged that they are being asked to make more sacrifices.
6 The protests have gone beyond predictable leftist agitation.
7 Although the relay in London was badly disrupted and the route of the San Francisco leg was changed to avoid protests, events in Paris appear to have angered many Chinese most.
8 The most recent protests in Greece, Spain, Italy and France have not drawn massive crowds on to the streets.
9 Voters do not seem to give him much credit for holding out through weeks of strikes and protests to lift the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62, although that may change in time.
10 Pic.27 a Greenpeace activist dressed as a brinjal protests against Bt brinjal, a genetically modified eggplant crop, in Bangalore, India, Friday, Jan. 22, 2010.
11 AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) disagrees. And with 35m dues-paying members, it can deluge with protests any politician who flirts with such notions.
12 protests have been peaceful. But, amid threats of civil disobedience and nationwide strikes, Jordan looks less secure as one of the West's favoured buffer states in the region.
13 One of the men ordered roses for one of the previous protests.
14 Earlier this year, after opposition leaders had been arrested and beaten up, he called for street protests and, later, for foreign intervention to oust Mr Mugabe.
15 The speech was immediately denounced by a fragmented but increasingly emboldened opposition, with protests breaking out across the country.
16 President Saleh, who has ruled Yemen for more than 32 years, is the focus of almost all opposition protests that have built up in the impoverished Arabian Peninsula nation over the past week.
17 In Aden, the port city in the restive south where most of the 27 deaths recorded during the protests have occurred, few Westerners venture out after dark.
18 As the Occupy Wall Street protests have grown in Manhattan and spread across the US, they are increasingly being compared to the right-wing tea parties.
19 Protests have interrupted the annual general meeting in London of the oil giant BP, the first since last year's oil rig blast and huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
20 Citizens, let us offer the protests of corpses.
21 FOUR years of upheaval have set a high bar for street protests in Bangkok.
22 however, two differences about this round of protests.
23 Such anxieties have found expression in a growing number of strikes and local protests across the country.
24 Hardly a day passes without scores if not hundreds of protests in different areas of the country, ” he claims.
25 provoked an international outcry and stirred a series of protests in both Sana 'a and the former capital, Taiz.
26 No one can predict how long the street protests will last or how ready the regime is to use force and the price it would pay in its own people's blood.
27 This new charge against Hosni Mubarak is for damaging the economy by trying to cut off Internet and phone networks as the protests gathered momentum.
28 Party leaders point out, too, that their own year-long protests and demands in parliament for inquiries into official scams have brought resignations and arrests.
29 With money scarcer, those governments that do not spend it well will find themselves subject to popular protests.
30 Their supposedly clean, green fuel has been gobbling up some of the choicest food crops, including corn, rape and soya, leading to controversy and protests around the world.