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Why is social media being blamed for fueling riots in France?
Riots were triggered after a 17-year-old called Nahel was shot by French police. Social media is now being partly blamed for adding fuel to the fire.
WATCH: Security in Paris after nights of protests
Armed officers and large groups of police gathered in Paris on Saturday following four straight nights of rioting and looting across France.
WATCH: Officers deployed in Bordeaux after police violence rally
The unrest was sparked by the killing of 17-year-old Nahel, which revived longstanding grievances about policing and racial profiling in France's low-income and multi-ethnic suburbs.
WATCH: Looting and vandalism erupt in Lyon on fourth night of riots
France on Friday deployed 45,000 officers backed by light armoured vehicles to tackle a fourth straight night of violent protests after the fatal police shooting of a teenager.
France deploys 45,000 officers for fifth night of urban violence
Some 2,800 people have been arrested since 17-year-old Nahel was shot by an officer on Tuesday. The incident has stirred up long-simmering tensions between police and young people who struggle with poverty, unemployment and racial discrimination.
Police shooting of a French teen prompts protests and tear gas
Tear gas fired at people protesting over the police shooting of a teenager in France
Curfews and transport cancellations as France braces for more riots
Curfews and transport cancellations in some parts of France as tensions simmer over the police shooting of a teenager in Nanterre
Israel approves plan to build over 5,000 new homes in West Bank
Israel’s far-right government gave the go-ahead for the construction of thousands of new homes in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Hundreds of thousands forced to flee their homes in Sudan
The number of people displaced in Sudan has doubled in a week from 340,000 to 700,000, the International Organisation for Migration said on Tuesday.
Sudan's military accuses RSF of violating ceasefire
Sudan's armed forces on Wednesday accused the rival Rapid Support Forces of failing to implement an internationally brokered truce for humanitarian purposes, leading to the continuation of fighting for a fifth day.
Sudan: Three killed in fighting between army and paramilitaries
Current tensions between the military and paramilitaries stem from a disagreement over how the RSF, headed by Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, should be integrated into the military and what authority should oversee the process.
Two killed in West Bank after Israeli strikes in Lebanon and Gaza Stri
Escalation has sparked fears of a broader conflict after days of violence over Jerusalem’s most sensitive holy site.
Watch: Violent clashes during water reserve protest in western France
The protest quickly descended into clashes with large amounts of tear gas fired by police and protesters hurling rocks and petrol bombs.
Pension reform protests in France after parliamentary vote bypassed
Workers, unions and opposition politicians have staged widespread protests in France after the country's president and prime minister used a constitutional clause to force pension reform plans through parliament.
Protest in Rome against the conditions of jailed Italian anarchist
Alfredo Cospito has been on hunger strike since October because he is being held under highly restrictive conditions usually reserved for Mafia members.
Jair Bolsonaro speaks in Miami still confused he lost election
Only a few weeks after his supporters stormed the seat of his country's government, former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday expressed bafflement at how he could have lost October's election.
Peru's capital Lima braced for rival protest marches
Peru's president called for calm as thousands of people arrived in the capital Lima, many calling for her to resign.
'A collective delusion': Brazillians share their views on riots
It’s been one week since protesters clashed with police and stormed Brazil’s government buildings in the capital Brasilia. In Sao Paolo, Euronews’ Anelise Borges has been speaking to Brazillians about how the feel about the events..
Brazil’s Supreme Court agrees to probe Jair Bolsonaro for riot
Brazil’s Supreme Court has agreed to investigate whether former president Jair Bolsonaro incited the far-right mob that ransacked the country’s government buildings last week.
Watch: Brazilian police clear up art attacked by rioters
Police and security staff in Brasilia have been clearing away damaged statues and paintings targeted by far-right rioters on Sunday.