With Hong Kong's decision to lift some of its coronavirus restrictions, protesters have returned to the streets. But in many other locations, protests are firmly locked down. In Algeria, for example, COVID-19 put an end, for now, to 56 weeks of protests. This article from Geographical (UK) looks at public protests in the coronavirus era, including how what people are protesting is changing and how protests movements are taking advantage of online tools to at least maintain their cohesion while they wait to get back to the streets. geographical.co.uk/geopolitics/item/3685-coronavirus-the-protests-that-can-t-take-place-and-what-that-might-mean
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