tear gas

Players and officials of the soccer club Arema FC pray outside the Kanjuruhan Stadium where many fans lost their lives in a stampede Saturday night in Malang, Indonesia

Indonesian police probe tear gas firing at soccer match


An investigation is underway after 125 people were killed during a stampede after police fired tear gas at a soccer match in East Java’s Malang city in Indonesia.

A Seattle police officer wears a "mourning band" for fallen officers over his badge, obscuring the badge number, as Seattle police guard the department headquarters downtown during a rally and march calling for a defunding of Seattle police, in Seattle, W

US may be violating international law in its response to protesters, UN expert says

Protesters hold umbrellas in thick tear gas.

Tear gas has been banned in warfare. Why do police still use it?

Conflict & Justice
A person holds tear gas canisters and shot guns shells all tied on to a string

The global tear gas business is booming. It’s complicated.

Protesting migrants pushed an abandoned train wagon toward the border during a protest on May 18, 2016, at Idomeni camp. Clashes ensued between Greek police, who fired tear gas and stun grenades and immigrants.

Photos: Protests, violence and tears at the unofficial refugee camp in Idomeni

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, and Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza speak to the press in Gitega, Burundi.

US Ambassador Samantha Power: ‘The match could be laid’ to ignite Burundi conflict


Burundi’s leader seems hellbent on dragging his country into more ethnic violence.