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Watch: Painting over of LGBT crossing in Vilnius prompts police probe
The incident took place on May 31. In a video posted on Facebook, four people can be seen spray painting over the rainbow-coloured crossing and disrupting traffic.
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"George Floyd’s murder was a turning point in Europe’s history by lifting the veil on racism within policing."
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?
Valencia 'forced to play' game after alleged racial insult
Valencia left the field after Mouctar Diakhaby said he was insulted by Cádiz defender Juan Cala, who denied the claim.
Social media firms 'must take accountability' over online racist abuse
It comes after Manchester United's Axel Tuanzebe and Lauren James became the latest players to be targeted by online abusers.
Four still in custody in Belgium as Interior Minister condemns riots
Four people remain in custody in Brussels after a demonstration over the death of a young Black man in police custody turned violent.
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Romania to introduce law against anti-Roma hate speech
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis promulgated the legislation which could see citizens imprisoned for up to 10 years for hate speech against the Roma community.
German food company to change name of popular sauce
One of Germany's best-known food companies said it will rename a popular spicy dressing because of the racist connotations of its name.
UK to stop using 'racist' visa algorithm after legal challenge
The system has been in place since at least 2015 and used traffic light colours to grade every entry visa application to the UK, assigning Red, Amber or Green risk rating to applicants, according to one NGO.
Racial police violence: the French perspective
George Floyd's death in the United States has sparked the debate on racial violence in Europe's police forces. Is it endemic and unavoidable? Unreported Europe has investigated in France, where the issue is highly controversial.
Mixed race women sue Belgian state over colonial-era 'kidnapping'
Known as "metis", they are the children of white Belgian settlers and black local women in the Congo, when it was still a Belgian colony.
Brussels police bring defamation case over black MEP's allegations
Belgium's largest police union denies systemic racism in the country's police force, despite counterclaims by the Black Lives Matter movement.
New street names in Brussels as Belgium wrestles with its past
Rosa Parks, Berta Cacéres and Kebedech Seyoum have been added to roads that were previously named for colonial-era figures.
Thousands march against racism in Europe in another weekend of protest
Thousands gathered in the French and British capital for peaceful demonstrations against racism.
‘I was very moved’: MEP on applause after racism debate speech
MEPs applauded Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana after her address on Wednesday in which she claimed police had humiliated her during an incident in Brussels.
EU top team to hold debate on racism, says Von der Leyen
According to the European Network Against Racism, around 10% of Europeans are from ethnic minority backgrounds, but just 28 MEPs represent those backgrounds out of 705 overall.
'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".
Thousands form socially-distant human chain against racism in Berlin
Protesters wore masks and kept their distance to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
Volkswagen blames lack of 'intercultural sensitivity' for racist ad
The advert showed a black man being pushed around by a large white hand.
Watch again: Black Lives Matter protesters gather in Amsterdam
Protests in solidarity with the US have spread globally.
'Quick decision needed over whether to remove Leopold II statues'
A very rapid decision is needed over whether to remove statues of Belgium's colonial-era king, Leopold II, Brussels' heritage minister has told Euronews.
10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels
Ten thousand people turned out for Belgium's largely peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, but clashes have left police calling for a strike, and virologists concerned over new COVID-19 infections.
Belgian petition to remove statues of colonial king gathers pace
The movement is gaining traction as Europe grapples with its own race issues alongside the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA.
George Floyd: EU foreign policy chief calls death an 'abuse of power'
"We support the right to peaceful protest and also we condemn violence and racism of any kind, and we call for a de-escalation of tensions," said Borrell.
Far-right AfD under fire for tweeting link to Hanau attacker's site
The far-right party tried to distance itself from the attacker while tweeting a link to his manifesto.
Coronavirus: France faces 'epidemic' of anti-Asian racism
Young French-Asians say they are facing an 'epidemic' of racism in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak