The Christian governor Ahok has been jailed for two years on the "flimsiest of charges," writes historian Carool Kersten.
The project leader called it a "Great Wall of culture" that would rival Wikipedia, which is partly blocked in China.
The Peoples Climate March, the culmination of a string of Earth Week protests that began with last Saturday's March for Science, coincides with Trump's 100th day in office.
The country is locked in a tense political crisis after an inconclusive election opened old ethnic strife.
Senator Edward Markey said grassroots campaigners will fight to protect a "level playing field for everyone."
Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets for the most sustained protests since 2014.
The "snowflake" insult is a way to mock politically correct millennials—who, in theory, are especially sensitive because they were raised to think they're special.
Sharing the digitally altered image of Putin could earn web users a fine and detention.
Authorities have blocked web pages calling for demonstrations one week after arresting hundreds in anti-Moscow protests.
Hundreds were arrested during protests around Russia last Sunday—at least 12, including Navalny, remain in detention.
Rights groups say the move sends a dangerous signal.
Young Russians defied the police and set out on a people's revolution against corruption.
Dozens of protesters were detained after thousands took to the streets to demand the resignation of the prime minister.
Demonstrators fear the April referendum will give the Turkish president license to go after Kurds if voters approve it.
No one should have to defend everything students do to justify what universities do.
Many protesters looked straight out of a film of brownshirt rallies.
Mumtaz Qadri killed Salman Taseer in 2011 for criticizing Pakistan's strict blasphemy laws.
The country's two main parties have been in a deadlock since December's elections.
Seven police officers were sentenced to two years in jail each for assaulting a protester in 2014.
Malcolm Turnbull welcomed Benjamin Netanyahu, the first Israeli prime minister to visit Australia.
Police said protesters threw missiles and set cars ablaze in demonstration against alleged police rape of a local man.