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Greece calls for calm amid protests against Roma police shooting
A 16-year-old Roma boy is in critical condition after being shot in the head by police near Thessaloniki.
Arrests after Morocco win sparks riots in Belgium and the Netherlands
Dozens of rioters vandalised cars and electric scooters, setting some on fire.
Iran: Clashes with police erupt west of Tehran as protests continue
Iranian protesters clashed with police in a town west of the capital on Thursday, reportedly killing one paramilitary and wounding a number of policemen.
Kazakhstan's president signs amnesty law following January riots
Around 1,500 people who were arrested during the clashes will now be released and cleared.
Thousands demand ouster of Haiti PM in new protest
Thousands of people in Haiti's capital and other major cities organized new protests on Wednesday to demand safer streets.
Deadly anti-government protests erupt in Sierra Leone
Tensions over the rising cost of living turned deadly in the capital city, Freetown.
Sri Lanka political chaos persists as talks go on
Hundreds of Sri Lankans continued to flock to the Sri Lankan presidential palace, marveling at the paintings inside and lounging on the beds piled high with pillows.
Republic of North Macedonia
Dozens of police injured as EU compromise protest turns violent
Demonstrators are angry with a proposed "compromise solution" that would allow North Macedonia to begin EU membership talks.
Eighteen killed and over 200 injured during rare unrest in Uzbekistan
Demonstrations broke out over the weekend after constitutional amendment plans were dropped.
Dozens arrested after days of far-right clashes across Sweden
Unrest broke out after demonstrators threatened to burn copies of the Qur’an.
Kosovo border police targeted with 'grenade and AK47', authorities say
No one is reported to be injured in the incident early on Friday morning.
France: Anti-fascist activists demonstrate in Rennes
Riot police descend upon Rennes city centre after demonstrations turned violent following the announcement of the results in the first round of France's presidential election.
Russian television shows rebel fighting in the Luhansk region.
Russian state television on Wednesday broadcast images of what it said were rebels fighting in the eastern region of Luhansk.
Migrants clash with police at roadblocks in Mexico
A group of migrants, most of them Central Americans, clashes with the Mexican National Guard on the southern border of Mexico, and are detained by immigration authorities, while the United States announces lifting pandemic border expulsion policy in May.
Calls for calm after Corsican nationalist dies from prison attack
The fatal attack has sparked rioting and protests on the French Mediterranean island.
Israeli police scatter Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem
Israeli police scatter protesters in the flashpoint east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where demonstrators poured in to support Palestinians facing eviction by Jewish settlers
Clashes break out in Burkina Faso capital as banned demo goes ahead
Clashes break out in Ouagadougou after a protest in support of neighbouring Mali, whose ruling junta is under sanctions imposed by the regional Economic Community of African States (ECOWAS)
Russian-led forces begin withdrawing from Kazakhstan
The military alliance had deployed over 2,000 soldiers in Kazakhstan to support the government during unprecedented protests last week.
Nearly 1,700 more people arrested over recent protests in Kazakhstan
The violence that rocked the former Soviet country was the worst since Kazakhstan gained independence in 1991.
'The edge of chaos': Clashes between Kosovo police and ethnic Serbs
Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia are already high after a border dispute over vehicle licence plates.