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Euro 2016: England supporter 'fighting for life' after Marseille clashes
An England football fan is fighting for his life in hospital after more violent clashes in Marseille, according to local media.
Football fans in fresh clashes with police in Marseille
Violence has flared in the French city of Marseille for a second day.
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'Several killed' as Papua New Guinea police fire on student protest
Reports from Papua New Guinea say police have opened fire on a student demonstration, killing as many as four people and wounding around 20.
Afghan and Sudanese migrants battle in Calais camp
Violence has broken out between Afghan and Sudanese migrants at a makeshift refugee camp in Calais.
French labour reform action threatens to disrupt Euro 2016 fans
Strike action over changes to the French labour law have disrupted many cities across the country.
Third night of riots rock Barcelona's Gràcia district
Protesters clashed with police in a third night of riots in Barcelona.
Anti-austerity protest in Belgium
Belgian police used water cannon to disperse around a hundred people as clashes erupted during a protest in Brussels.
Tens of thousands march against Belgian austerity reforms in Brussels
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Brussels on Tuesday, opposed to the free market policies of the centre-right government.
One dead in Chile protests, as President addresses Congress
Violent protests have broken out in Chile as President Michelle Bachelet presented a state of the nation address in Congress.
Kazakh police break up anti-government protests
Kazakh police have broken up anti-government protests detaining dozens of protesters and cordoning off the main squares of major cities.
Thousands storm heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad
Iraqi security forces have opened fire on protesters who stormed the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad.
Iraq: Baghdad Green Zone protests turn violent as security forces open fire
Iraqi protesters who stormed into Baghdad’s protected Green Zone were fired on by security forces.
France PM Valls condemns violence during labour law protests
Thursday’s latest protests against France’s controversial labour reforms drew the most wildly varying turnout estimates yet: 90,000 in Marseille according to the organisers, 3,500 said the…
Clashes in Idomeni as migrant frustration boils over
There have been more violent clashes over night between police and migrants in the tent city that has been created on Greece’s northern border with the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
"Go, Maduro" chant protesters as opposition returns to Caracas streets
The pressure is mounting on Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, and it appears his Socialist party may be losing the streets as the opposition rallied in Caracas for a third day in a week, several t
France poised for fresh strike action over labour reform bill
French president Francois Hollands says he will not withdraw a controversial labour reform bill despite resistance in parliament and fresh tensions on the…
Kenyan police fire tear gas at protesters calling for electoral body to resign
With 15 months until elections, opposition supporters had been staging a sit-in along the highway outside the offices of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission in Nairobi, who they accuse
Protests turn violent as Greek parliament prepares to vote on new austerity measures
Masked protesters clashed with riot police in Athens, ahead of a vote on a unpopular reform package to secure much-needed bailout funds.
Italy: protest turns violent over Austria's border fence plans
A protest against Austria’s move to tighten border controls has turned violent, as scores of activists clashed with Italian police who blocked their
Scuffles in Turkish parliament
Scuffles break out between members of Turkey’s ruling AK Party and pro-Kurdish opposition party during a discussion on whether to remove lawmakers