Police fired tear gas and wielded batons.
Police clashed with protesters in Hong Kong as pro-democracy supporters took to the streets for the 24th consecutive weekend
Violent clashes between security forces and demonstrators broke out again in the early hours of Wednesday morning in Bolivia's capital.
Sporadic and intense demonstrations have gripped Bolivia following a disputed 20 October election.
Thousands of Chileans defied a state of emergency and military curfews. Clashes erupted after largely peaceful marches were led by students and trade unionists against social inequality.
The demonstration was one of the largest in Bolivia in decades.
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.
Police clashed with Catalan independence supporters at Barcelona airport during protests Monday after 12 separatist leaders were sentenced for their part in a failed secession bid in 2017.
Tens of thousands of people joined anti-government demonstrations as China marked 70 years of Communist rule.
Indonesian police fired tear gas and water cannons in Jakarta to disperse thousands of rock-throwing students protesting a new law that they say has crippled Indonesia's anti-corruption agency
Clashes in Haiti continued on Monday hours after a senator fired a pistol during a confrontation with opposition protesters
Palestinians supporting prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli prisons clashed with Israeli security forces on Monday in the West Bank city of Ramallah
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters blocked roads and transport links to Hong Kong airport on Sunday in a bid to draw attention to their fight.
Riot police marched on foot towards the Admiralty district in Hong Kong on Saturday.
A prison clash in Brazil's Altamira jail left at least 52 people dead, said officials.
Footage showed them beating people with wooden dowels in the station and inside a subway car
Protesters — some using umbrellas to fend off pepper spray, tear gas and high-pressure water — clashed with police in Hong Kong.
Teachers, medical workers and students took to the streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Thursday (May 30) in protest at reports the government of President Juan Orlando Hernandez is seeking to privatise healthcare and education.
Indonesian police fired water cannon and rubber bullets at protesters trying to breach barbed wire barricades on Wednesday, May 22 as demonstrations over the outcome of the presidential election hit the capital for a second night.
Georgian police used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a protest by residents of a mountainous region against the construction of a hydropower plant.
Six people have been shot dead by the security forces in the Somalian capital Mogadishu
Hundreds had arrived on Thursday hoping to cross the border into Macedonia and travel onward to northern Europe.
The largest anti-government protest for eight years sees 45 people arrested. Algerian's urge President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down.
Several dozen migrants have clashed with Bosnian police while trying to cross the border into neighbouring Croatia, a member of the European Union.
Several people have been injured in Bosnia & Herzegovina in a stand-off between police and migrants trying to cross into EU member state Croatia.
Riot police broke up a demonstration in Barcelona after tens of thousands of Catalan independence supporters protested, a year on from the vote deemed illegal by Madrid.
Despite its Green credentials Germany is a heavy user of coal, especially lignite, which comes from Europe's biggest opencast strip-mine. Now it wants to expand, but first it has to expel protesters from what remains of Hambach forest, which is due to disappear.