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Female protesters hold placards calling for the release of political prisoners in Saudi Arabia’s city of Buraidah. (File photo)

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Female protesters hold placards calling for the release of political prisoners in Saudi Arabia’s city of Buraidah.

Protesters hold placards reading "Stop evictions" as they attend a demonstration during a general strike in Valencia, November 14, 2012.

Protesters hold placards reading "Stop evictions" as they attend a demonstration during a general strike in Valencia, November

Protesters opposing Quebec student tuition fee increases demonstrate in Montreal on Tuesday. Thousands of students turned out for a nighttime protest against the Quebec government's decision to raise the fees by 3 per cent per year after last month's summit on education. (March 5, 2013)

Police move in to break up noisy Quebec student protest against tuition fees

Protesters opposing Quebec student tuition fee increases demonstrate in Montreal on Tuesday. Thousands of students turned out for a nighttime protest against the Quebec government's decision to raise the fees by 3 per cent per year after last month's summit on education. (March 5, 2013)

Bahraini women hold portraits of female prisoners during a rally in Janosan Village, in the western suburb of Manama, on May 18, 2012.

Bahraini women hold portraits of female prisoners during a rally in Janosan Village, in the western suburb of Manama, on May

File photo shows anti-regime protesters in Bahrain.

File photo shows anti-regime protesters in Bahrain.

PressTV - UK civil servants to strike on Budget Day over pay, pensions

PressTV - UK civil servants to strike on Budget Day over pay, pensions

People in Vancouver, Canada, hold a demonstration in support of First Nations, January 11, 2013.

People in Vancouver, Canada, hold a demonstration in support of First Nations, January

PressTV - Six UK water firms paying zero tax

PressTV - Six UK water firms paying zero tax

Ecuador elections

Ecuador sentence for homophobia

The former Ecuadorean presidential candidate and preacher Nelson Zavala is stripped of his political rights for a year for homophobic comments.

Plastic five-pound notes to be unveiled this week

Plastic five-pound notes to be unveiled this week

The new five pound note, which will be unveiled at Blenheim Palace on Thursday, will be printed on the thin and flexible plastic polymer and will be almost impossible to destroy.

american freedom defense anti-jihad bus ads

A controversial bus ad campaign in San Francisco prompt backlash. The American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) sponsored the bus ads which feature an Osama bin Laden and terroristic images.

Sign Language: week 242

The best of Sign Language: February 2013

Sign Language: week 242

British bank Barclays is to cut at least 3,700 jobs this year following a strategic review by its new chief.

British bank Barclays is to cut at least 3,700 jobs this year following a strategic review by its new chief.

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