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.
Central Europe's last primordial forest in Germany is about to be obliterated to dig up dirty and inefficient lignite coal, despite Berlin's trumpeted green credentials. Insiders talks to all sides of the story, but RWE refuses to comment.
At least 100 protesters were hurt in clashes with police at a mass anti-government rally in the Romanian capital Bucharest
Violence in Zimbabwe amid protests over initial election results - As ruling Zanu-PF appear to be on their way to victory - MDC supporters have claimed vote rigging. Protests were launched and government troops opened fire.
Nearly 2,500 military police have been sent to evacuate the site in Notre Dame des Landes
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for an independent investigation after Friday’s violence between Palestinians and Israeli troops which left a reported 17 Palestinians dead.
The demonstrators are demanding that Palestinian refugees be allowed to return to towns and villages their families fled from, or were driven out of, when the state of Israel was created in 1948
Security forces moved in to clear a protest camp set up by supporters of opposition leader and former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili
In Turin, leftist demonstrators tried to break through a police cordon around a hotel where the far-right CasaPound party was holding a rally
Clashes and rocket fire marked another Friday rocked by rage at the US President's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital