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Peru mourns after deadly protests in support of ex-president Castillo
Thousands of mourners take to Peru's streets after a 23-year-old student was killed during clashes between police and protesters.
Death toll rises amid unrest over woman's death in police custody
Iran sees its greatest unrest in years, as anger spreads over the death of a 22-year-old woman in police custody.
Chileans reject new progressive constitution
In Chile's capital of Santiago, horns blared in celebration as groups of people gathered at numerous intersections to celebrate the results. Riot police used water cannon against protesters supporting the new constitution in the streets of Santiago.
President to quit as protesters storm residences over economic chaos
Crowds stormed the president's home and office in Colombo on Saturday, and set the PM's home alight, amid anger over the worst economic crisis in decades.
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Another Ecuador prison clash leaves 43 inmates dead
A clash between rival Ecuadorian gangs has left 43 inmates dead, officials said Monday, little more than a month after another prison riot resulted in 20 deaths.
Israeli police force Palestinians from Jerusalem's al-Aqsa compound
Palestinians run as they are removed by Israeli forces from Jerusalem's flashpoint, the al-Aqsa mosque compound, after clashes early on Friday, according to witnesses and the police.
French election: Police and students clash near Sorbonne university
"Everybody hates the police": hundreds of demonstrators clash with police in the streets around the Sorbonne University in Paris, occupied by students protesting against the second round of the presidential election which sees Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen facing off.
Clashes with police as thousands march for murdered nationalist
A demonstration by thousands of supporters of murdered Corsican nationalist Yvan Colonna turned violent on Sunday amid fears the clashes with police could delay talks between the island's political leaders and the French government
Clashes in Brussels as thousands protest at COVID restrictions
Sunday's march followed demonstrations in other European capitals this weekend against vaccine mandates and other COVID restrictions.
'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.
Clashes, tear gas at Bolivia coca farmers' protest
Thousands of Bolivian coca leaf growers on Monday stormed the country's main coca market in La Paz following violent clashes with security forces.
Golden Dawn-backed youths involved in clashes at Greek school
A group of hooded youths backed by the extreme right-wing political group targeted a rival gathering at a school in Thessaloniki.
Police use water cannon during COVID restrictions protest in Bern
Seven people were arrested on Thursday after clashing with police officers in the Swiss capital.
Police say 'calm' restored after five nights of clashes near Paris
French police clashed with rioters for five consecutive nights near Paris after two men were arrested and their mother was hit by tear gas.
South Africa: Military personnel deployed to end looting and riots
At least 72 people have been killed and up to 1500 injured as people riot in South Africa following the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.
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.
Stun grenades in Jerusalem
Israeli forces fire stun grenades to disperse protestors
Third night of violence in Spain over rap artist Pablo Hasél's jailing
Nearly 80 people have been arrested and more than 100 injured since Tuesday amid a furore over free speech and use of violence by Hasél's supporters and police.
Clashes during Spanish protests in support of rap artist Pablo Hasel
Protesters in Madrid and Barcelona clashed with police for the second night in a row on Wednesday.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews protesting against COVID rules clash with security
The gatherings have led to clashes with police and an unprecedented wave of public anger toward the religious community.