CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian soldiers fired tear gas on Friday at protesters backing ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi who were marching near the presidential palace compound in Cairo, state news agency MENA reported. Full story
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police fired tear gas in central Cairo on Monday after scuffles broke out between supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi and locals in and around Ramses Street, eyewitnesses said. Full story
LIMA (Reuters) - Peruvian police fired tear gas at hundreds of students and civil servants in Lima on Thursday as they marched towards Congress to protest reforms that would impose tougher standards on universities and bureaucrats. Full story
Demonstrations against government corruption pressed into their second week as protesters were cleared from in front of the National Congress building in Brasilia. Lawmakers have taken some steps to meet their demands.
Police in Brazil used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up demonstrations outside a Rio stadium before a Confederations Cup match. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Military police fire tear gas at demonstrators of the group called Black Bloc during a protest against Sao Paulo State Governor Geraldo Alckmin, in Sao Paulo July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
Tunisian opposition politician Mohammed Brahmi's supporters run in the tear gas during clashes with police after the funerals in Tunis, Saturday July, 27, 2013. Mohamed Brahmi was shot 14 times in front of his home within sight of his family on Thursday, plunging the country into a political crisis
Police fire tear gas to break up a protest, near the parliament building in Tunis July 27, 2013. Tunisian police fired tear gas in front of parliament on Saturday to disperse secular protesters demanding the dissolution of the assembly and Islamists defending the legitimacy of their rule. REUTERS
A man bleeds from injuries suffered after a clash with police officers firing tear gas to break up a protest near the parliament building in Tunis July 27, 2013. Tunisian police fired tear gas in front of parliament on Saturday to disperse secular protesters demanding the dissolution of the assembly