The verdicts for 700 people who took part in the 2013 protests were passed down by a Cairo criminal court.
Protests began Sunday in Chemnitz, Germany, following the death of a 35-year-old German man who was stabbed during a fight.
Thousands took to the streets at the end of July, chanting slogans such as "Away with the czar" and "Putin is a thief."
The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights said it was temporarily closing its offices "in order to guarantee the safety and physical integrity" of its employees.
Police in Berkeley, California, face a backlash after the department posted the photos and names of more than a dozen anti-fascist activists on Twitter.
Tens of thousands protested the country's road safety standards for more than a week.
In 2010, 1,100 spy-cam crimes were reported to police. In 2017, the number had risen to over 6,500.
"Even in the worst case, I promise that the basic needs of Iranians will be provided. We have enough sugar, wheat and cooking oil. We have enough foreign currency to inject into the market," Rouhani said.
President Vladimir Putin's approval rating has dropped below 50 percent.
Ortega has denied responsibility for the casualties and accused "coup plotters" of seeking to overthrow his government.
Protesters have rallied outside the White House since Monday, July 16, when President Donald Trump returned from his Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"I reckon that some of this will certainly be implemented," said Israel's public security minister, Gilad Erdan.
Despite Daniel Ortega's claims that the unrest has ended, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets again on Monday evening.
The Israel Airports Authority said that flights could be delayed due to striking workers.
The Oath Keepers said they are demonstrating against Waters because of her "incitement of terrorism."
Tens of thousands of people across the United Kingdom have taken to the streets to protest President Donald Trump's visit.
"I don't know why they want to attack us here. It's like they want to assassinate all the students."