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Protests in London over police shooting of unarmed black man
Hundreds of people protested outside Scotland Yard in London on Saturday after a young black man was shot dead by police
Black man Jayland Walker 'unarmed' when US police shot him dead
Police thought Walker had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and was preparing to shoot again.
Police disperse Khartoum protest with tear gas
Police used tear gas to disperse protesters who took to the streets of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, on Thursday ahead of the third anniversary of a crackdown on mass sit-ins in which dozens of peaceful protesters were killed.
Probe after man dies following struggle with police in Germany
There have been allegations of police violence after a video surfaced allegedly showing the man being beaten by officers in the city of Mannheim.
El Salvador prisoners dragged out of cells amid spike in gang violence
Officers dragged half-naked inmates out of their cells, forced them to run and searched them in the courtyard. President Nayib Bukele issued an ultimatum to gangs considered responsible for dozens of homicides in three days, threatening to increase punishments on their imprisoned members.
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
Life in Kazakhstan's largest city slowly returns to normal.
Public transport has started operating for the first time since the violence, which left government buildings burned and gutted, and many businesses looted.
US police officer who claims she mistook gun for taser found guilty
Kim Potter, 49, killed Daunte Wright, 20, during the traffic stop in Minneapolis in April.
Chauvin pleads guilty to federal charge in Floyd’s death
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pleaded guilty to a federal charge of violating George Floyd’s civil rights.
Macron's ex-bodyguard given jail term for assaulting protesters
His actions led to a major political crisis for Macron.
Greek police accused of 'possible racism' over shooting of Roma man
The Hellenic League of Human Rights says the police shooting last month has "highlighted a number of long-standing serious issues".
India: Building collapse and rescue operations after deadly floods.
Rescue workers evacuate residents as floods wreak havoc in Uttarakhand, northern India.
'Unimaginable failures': UK inquiry into policeman's murder of woman
The UK home secretary has announced there will be an independent inquiry into police failings following the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police officer.
Macron outlines plan for greater transparency over police misconduct
Police violence and racism: Macron outlines French plan for greater transparency over abuses
Bosnia and Herzegovina
'Kicks, beatings & mock executions': Police violence alleged in Bosnia
"While lying prone on the snowy ground with his hands cuffed behind his back, officers had fired bullets either side of his head to get him to reveal information on the location of certain smuggled merchandise."
Ex-Albanian police officer jailed for killing that sparked protests
A former Albanian police officer was given a 10-year sentence for fatally shooting a man during a COVID-19 curfew patrol in December.
US stands by Cuban protesters demanding 'human rights', Blinken says
The people of Cuba took to the streets at the weekend to voice their anger at food shortages. The government have responded with fierce crackdowns.
Italian police accused of racism over viral video of arrests in Milan
A group of black youths were beaten and arrested by the carabinieri in a central area of Milan on Sunday morning.
Pride parades marred by clashes and arrests in Turkey
This year's LGBT Pride parades in Europe have been marked by suppression in some countries and jubilation in others.
Chauvin sentenced to 22.5 years for murder of George Floyd
Hours before the hearing, Judge Peter Cahill denied Chauvin's motion for a new trial, saying his attorney failed to prove abuses from the court
Several injured as police break up illegal rave party in France
A 22-year old lost his hand and five police officers were wounded as security forces broke up an illegal rave party attended by 1,500 participants.
George Floyd's family meets Biden as US Congress weighs police bill
The meeting came as the world marked one year since George Floyd's death.
George Floyd: A year on, did Europe’s race protests change anything?
A wave of protests hit Europe following the murder of George Floyd in the US - but one year on, has anything changed?
France's top court rejects move to restrict images of police
France's constitutional council rejects controversial move to restrict images of police
George Floyd: Judge finds 'aggravating factors' in death
A jury convicted Derek Chauvin, 45, of second and third degree murder and manslaughter on 20 April in George Floyd's death.
Brazil: Rio's deadly police shootout prompts claims of abuse
25 people died in a massive police raid against drug traffickers in a Brazilian favela.