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Pro-Palestine protesters take to streets of cities across Europe
Tear gas and water cannons were turned on protests in Paris, while similar demonstrations took place across France and in London, Madrid, and Berlin.
Northern Ireland officials condemn violence after Belfast riots
15 police officers were injured during rioting in a loyalist area of Belfast amid rising tensions over post-Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland.
UK: 18 arrested in Manchester protest against policing bill
"Kill the Bill" protests denounce a contentious law currently making its way through Parliament which would grant law enforcement greater power to police or prevent protests.
UK officers arrest 10 people at protest against new policing bill
The protest in Bristol was against a contentious bill currently making its way through parliament which would grant law enforcement greater power to police or prevent protests.
Women's rights activist charged for role in Polish protests
A leader of the Polish Women’s Strike, the movement that has led mass nationwide protests against a near total abortion ban in Poland, has been charged with criminal felonies.
One protester on why he took to the streets over Dutch COVID curfew
"Why do we need to first vaccinate 90-year-olds?" asked Marcel R. "From my point of view, no one needs to live to 110. I'd rather my children be able to go to a café or a concert."
Turkey rejects criticism of its handling of ongoing student protests
Students have been protesting the appointment of an Erdogan loyalist as the rector of Istanbul's prestigious Bogazici University, with some demonstrations resulting in clashes with security forces.
Twitter removes 'hateful' LGBT comments by Turkey's Interior Minister
Twitter said the post violated rules about hateful conduct but decided to keep it on the platform for public interest.
Thousands protest after Moldova's new president stripped of key power
MPs loyal to outgoing pro-Russia president Igor Dodon voted to strip Maia Sandu, Moldova's new pro-EU president-elect, of control of the powerful state security.
Watch: Protesters in Paris call for new security law to be dropped
Journalists and rights organisations have criticised the new law, arguing that it shields French police from scrutiny.
How US election misinformation has led to real-world tensions
False claims online surrounding the US presidential election have led protestors to the streets and harassment of polling station officials.
Poland's highest court has legalised the torture of women. We will fight back for our rights ǀ View
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the value and rights of Polish women are still up for debate. But women will not stop fighting for our rights to safe abortions and make decisions about our bodies.
Poland deploys riot police as pro-abortion protests spread
NGOs have condemned the use of riot police officers and the military and accused law enforcement of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.
Row as Polish leader says 'defend churches' from pro-abortion protests
"We must defend Polish churches, we must defend them at every price," Jaroslaw Kaczynski said, drawing condemnation from the opposition who accused him of "inciting civil war."
What is the #EndSars movement in Nigeria?
The #EndSars hashtag has been trending for weeks, calling for an end to police brutality in Nigeria.
Bulgaria: Independence Day protesters urge PM Borissov to resign
On the day the country marked the 100th anniversary of its independence, thousands took to the streets of Bulgaria to continue to demand the government's resignation.
Bulgaria: Borissov 'pouring oil in the fire' over constitution plans
Opposition leader Hristo Ivanov tells Euronews that the prime minister's plans to amend the constitution have already "reached a dead end".
Montenegro is heading the same way as Belarus. Not enough is being done to avoid disaster ǀ View
As Montenegrins go to the polls on Sunday, the spectre of a second Belarus is rearing its head. Can the EU avoid the same unrest and chaos by acting sooner?
Protesters in Poland try to block the arrest of LGBT activist
Several cities in Poland have recently declared themselves "LGBT-free" despite backlash from the European Union.
'We want to be free': Thousands protest in Belarus for fair election
Around 5,000 people protested in the Belarusian capital Minsk on Thursday ahead of an election which could see the demise of the man dubbed "Europe's last dictator".
More protests expected after Bulgarian PM survives no-confidence vote
Demonstrators accuse Borissov and the country's top prosecutor, Ivan Geshev, of corruption, authoritarian rule and dependence on criminal groups. They are calling for both men to step down.
Belarus opens criminal investigation into opposition protests
Amnesty International said police sought to disperse "peaceful gatherings" with "excessive and unnecessary use of force".
Bulgaria: PM Borissov and government urged to resign by president
Large protests were staged in Sofia after police raided the office of president Rumen Radev and arrested two of his aides.
Internet shutdown in Ethiopia amid unrest at singer's death
NetBlocks tell Euronews the extreme scale of the outage is "rare" and "worrying to see".
Thousands march against racism in Europe in another weekend of protest
Thousands gathered in the French and British capital for peaceful demonstrations against racism.
'The time for action is now': Boris Johnson's racism review criticised
The Labour Party and an anti-racism think tank argue Boris Johnson's new review is redundant because four were released in 2017. They're calling for "more action, less rhetoric".