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Unrest, hunger and hardship in France's locked-down suburbs
For many people living in poor neighbourhoods on the outskirts of Paris, France's coronavirus lockdown has compounded economic and social woes – and violent clashes have broken out.
Kazakhstan clashes kill 10 people and injure at least 40 others
Ten people died and at least 40 others were injured during clashes in southern Kazakhstan. The government is trying to understand what sparked the riots. It is believed they involved the local Dungans Muslim minority,
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UK government response knife crime wave 'completely inadequate'
With over 44 thousand knife crime offences in England and Wales last year, the figures are the highest since records began.
Haitian capital halted as protesters call for president to quit
Haiti's capital has been brought to a standstill by protesters calling for the resignation of the country's president, after allegations of corruption.
Chaos erupts between South Africa left-wing parties' supporters
Chaos erupted between supporters of South Africa's ultra-leftist parties on Friday (April 5) ahead of national elections scheduled for next month (May 8)
El Salvador: A 'millenial' mayor the favourite to win elections
It's the first time since the 1992 peace accords that dominating political parties could lose the elections against a young candidate with no political ideology.
Police boost London patrols as gun violence spikes over holiday weekend
The killing spree in London continues to show no sign of abatting a rise in crime in the capital
Rise in UK crime adds pressure on Rudd and May
An increase in violent crime in major cities is especially worrying, but critics say the prime minister only has herself to blame for policies she enacted while doing Amber Rudd's current job.
What is white nationalism?
The events in the U.S town of Charlottesville, Virginia have put white nationalism firmly in the spotlight. But who are the white nationalists and what do they want?
Group jogging banned in Sierra Leone
Jogging in groups has been banned by authorities in Sierra Leone
Further clashes over East Jerusalem holy site
Further clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces over the introduction of new security measures at a holy site in East Jerusalem.
Protest and violence in Hamburg
Growing violence at the G20 in Hamburg
Rifle-wielding doctor kills ex-colleague and himself in Bronx hospital rampage
A gunman opened fire inside New York City's Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, wounding several people, according to police, who said the assailant was dead.
Man set on fire as violent turmoil sweeps Venezuela
Man set on fire as Venezuelan violence increases
Rio buses torched in suspected gang-related violence
Suspected drug gang members set fire to at least seven commuter buses and two lorries in Rio de Janeiro causing major traffic problems on Tuesday.
May Day in Paris
Less than a week before the decisive second round in France’s presidential election, thousands of people took part in the traditional May Day rally in central…
Turkey: More than 200 detained in May Day clashes
May Day turned ugly in Turkey on Monday as protesters clashed with police.
Maduro woos his core support following violent protests
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has promised to raise minimum salaries by sixty percent and to hold long delayed state elections in the coming months.
Argentina: police and protesters clash during general strike
Protesters in Argentina have clashed with police during demonstrations against government austerity measures.
Thousands displaced as police flatten Nigeria slum
Residents of a Nigerian shantytown on Saturday (18 March) spoke of “losing hope”, a day after security forces used gunfire and tear gas to make way for demolitions in defiance of a recent court order,