Hong Kong riot police clashed with protesters inside a mall on Sunday night (July 14) as they tried to disperse tens of thousands rallying against a controversial extradition bill in the residential district of Sha Tin.
During Sunday's Bastille Day parade in Paris, dozens of yellow vests activists, with yellow balloons and a lot of noise, tried to mix with the audience. Police intervened to keep them away from the parade.
Police used pepper spray and batons to disperse the crowd as fleeing protesters scrambled over each other, with some falling to the ground.
The funeral of journalist Lyra McKee takes place on Wednesday.
A murder inquiry has been launched after a 29-year-old female reporter died on Thursday following hours of rioting in Londonderry.
Eighty police officers injured and hundreds arrested in the latest anti-government protests in Algeria
The French President cut short a weekend ski trip to hold a crisis meeting with ministers.
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This is the police bodycam footage that takes you to the heart of protests in Paris on Saturday.
Back in 2014, then-mayor of London Boris Johnson purchased three water cannons in order diffuse crowds in the case of riots. They were never used and cost taxpayers £320,000.
A protest by Greek students over education reform suddenly turned violent on Monday ( October 29) when youths clashed with police in central Athens outside the parliament building.
Riot police charged in to break up a demonstration in front of Catalonia's regional parliament and the headquarters of the Spanish national police in Barcelona on Monday, after thousands marched in Barcelona to mark the first anniversary of an ill-fated independence referendum to split from Spain.
A soccer stadium in Peru was the site of pitched battle on Monday (September 10), but not between two sports teams.
French opposition conservative parties have called for a vote of no-confidence in the President over his failure to punish Alexandre Benalla
Violence broke out in La Paz on Wednesday (June 24) as university students and professors calling for greater funding clashed with police, amidst public anger over spending on a new government palace and a trip to Russia for the World Cup for President Evo Morales.
Clashes between protesters and Indian security forces continued in Kashmir on Saturday, with police firing tear gas in response to protesters throwing rocks.
More than 110 people have been killed in the country since mid-April amid clashes between forces loyal to President Daniel Ortega and opposition groups demanding his removal
Protests to defend public services across France erupt into violent clashes in the capital
Car and businesses burn as riot police face over 1000 "Black Bloc" activists called out onto the streets via social media.
Israel says it has responded appropriately in accordance with the rules of engagement.
French activists have clashed with riot police for a second consecutive day in western France as authorities continue to evacuate a protest camp erected nearly a decade ago to block construction of an airport.
French police fired teargas and stun grenades and were pelted with stones during a dawn swoop on Monday (April 9) to clear eco-activists and anarchists from a site in western France that had been planned as a new airport.
15-year-old given full honours by Hamas, which promises border protests will continue.
Some 68 people died in a riot and fire in police station cells in Venezuela.
Police used water cannons to disperse protesters angry at a court ruling to overturn a decision by the previous government to ban universities operating for profit.
Consumer watchdogs in France want to find out if the price cut on 950g jars of Nutella from €4.50 to €1.40 was within the January sale window.