“We want education, not lies”. Around four hundred people gathered in front of the Ministry of National Education in Warsaw. But even that couldn’t stop the government from passing the education bill.
The scene turned out to be like a hot pan brimming with a fried post-political mix: sermons, threats, singing bards, odd costumes, seasoned with sucker punches, flares, and finished with a stink bomb.
Russian artist Petr Pavlensky has been sentenced to a year and four months in prison for his happening titled “Freedom”.
Petr Pavlensky, Russian performance artist, set fire to the door of the infamous headquarters of the Federal Security Service.
Despite being attacked, threatened and harassed by anti-gay extremists, brave Ukrainian LGBT activists took part in Kiev’s first Pride parade since the revolution.
[dropcap]U[/dropcap]krainian authorities proclaimed February 20th the day of national mourning, in memory of recently killed during the protests. There was …
Barricades rise and fall as the Maidan protesters struggle with the militia.