Clashes break out between protesters and law enforcement as hundreds gather for the third night in a row outside Brooklyn Center's police station, in the suburbs of Minneapolis
The protests, which are supported by the far-left Podemos party, are putting strain on relations between the governing parties.
Authorities have said the clashes that began on Monday night were precipitated by a search for weapons carried out at the facilities in the South American nation.
Violence rocked Dutch towns and cities for successive nights after a curfew to stop the spread of coronavirus was imposed. It is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to grievances with the government.
The violence is over the Netherlands' recently approved 9pm-4:30am coronavirus curfew.
Thousands turned up to support Russia's jailed opposition figure. Police detained hundreds and were filmed hitting protesters.
Riot police charged protesters in a bid to push them back at a demonstration in Paris against a planned security law that would restrict the publication of pictures showing the faces of police officers.
Hundreds of people protested in the Chilean capital demanding access to pension funds to help them in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Shots were fired in Lagos on Wednesday as protesters continued to demonstrate against alleged police brutality in Nigeria.
Clashes erupted between some protesters and police as thousands of people on Sunday demonstrated in Santiago to mark the anniversary of the movement that led to massive protests in 2019.
Sadyr Zhaparov is declared prime minister after authorities announce a state of emergency and a nightly curfew following a week of unrest in Kyrgyzstan's capital
Protesters clashed with police in Jakarta as thousands of students and workers staged rallies across Indonesia on Thursday in opposition to a new law they say will cripple labour rights and harm the environment.
Tensions had been rising as incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko sought a sixth term despite rising discontent with his authoritarian rule.
Hundreds of protesters on the Greek island of Lesbos on Wednesday threw stones at police who responded with tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Bogota on Tuesday to call on Colombian President Ivan Duque to abandon plans for tax reform.