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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.
The interior ministry reports at least 237 people have been arrested as anti-government protests turn violent.
A Day of Rage across the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip turns violent. At least one person has been killed and dozens injured, reports suggest.
Police and demonstrators have clashed in Athens overnight after commemorations for a teenager shot dead by police 9 years ago.
The event was being held for protesters killed while demonstrating against the re-election of President Kenyatta.
Exclusive Euronews footage shows the moment a woman was hit by a lit flare during clashes between protesters and police in Athens. Viewer discretion advised.
Twenty-two Belgian police officers injured, city centre shops looted, and cars burned.
US president faces left-wing protests near end of Asian tour.
Petrol bombs fired as protest turns violent.
The pupils could be seen huddling against a wall while journalists in protective gear tried to shield them.
Trouble flared in the Kenyan capital as police confronted rock-throwing demonstrators