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Prison guards in Brazil scuffle in parliament pensions protest
There were rowdy scenes inside Brazil’s parliament on Wednesday night after prison guards protesting against new retirement rules stormed the committee room.
Violence in Venezuela as protesters condemn Maduro decree
Security forces deploy tear gas and water cannon at anti-government demonstrators in Caracas
Venezuelan president triggers constitutional shake-up
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro is to form a new popular assembly with powers to rewrite the constitution.
Thousands of indigenous Brazilians protest
Thousands of indigenous people protest in Brazil
Clashes erupt as indigenous activists protest in Brasilia
Indigenous people and police have clashed near Brasilia’s congressional building, during a protest over land disputes.
Venezuela: at least three dead as anti-government protests continue
At least three people were reportedly killed in Venezuela on Monday, as anti-government protests continued.
Clashes in Paris in wake of election results
Tensions were running high on Paris’ Bastille Square on Sunday night (April 23), at the end of a protest called by left wing militants.
Eight fatally electrocuted as Venezuela protests escalate
Escalating violence in Venezuela has resulted in the fatal electrocution of eight people in Caracas.
Venezuela protests claim three lives
Two Venezuelan students and a National Guard sergeant have died after shots were fired during protests in the South American country.
Lyon and Besiktas charged as UEFA investigates crowd violence
Neither Lyon nor Besiktas are likely to escape UEFA punishment after crowd trouble marred their Europa League clash, and the match will be investigated by the governing body.
Holy Week horror in Spain
At least eight people have reportedly been arrested after a series of stampedes at Easter processions in Spain.
Police in Chile clash with pro-education protesters
Police in Chile’s capital Santiago clashed with protesters demanding more money is spent on education.
Tear gas and clashes as Venezuelan opposition maintains protests
Venezuelan opposition supporters clash with police in protests over a grinding economic crisis and an erosion of democracy under leftist President Nicolas…
Argentina: clashes erupt when police try to disperse protesting teachers
Clashes have broken out between protesting teachers and police in Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires.
Venezuela hit by further opposition protests
There have been further ugly protests on the streets of Venezuela’s capital Caracas after demonstrators clashed with police.
Tempers flare as protesting prison guards clash with police near Paris
Protesting prison guards have clashed with police outside the sprawling Fleury-Merogis prison near Paris.
Violence flares once more in Venezuela
Four nationwide protests in the last 10 days have degenerated into clashes between youths throwing stones and security forces spraying crowds with tear gas.
Violent clashes at G7 in Italy
Police wielding batons managed to push the protesters back. Italian media are reporting that five or six police officers were slightly injured during the scuffles.
Violence in Buenos Aires as police and strikers clash
Police and protesters clash in Buenos Aires
Argentina: police and protesters clash during general strike
Protesters in Argentina have clashed with police during demonstrations against government austerity measures.
Ecuador in political turmoil
Supporters of conservative Ecuadorean presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso clashed with police in the streets of Guayaquil on Sunday April 2, after it appeared leftist Lenin Moreno was poised to win
Venezuela’s pro-government Supreme Court revoked its takeover of the opposition-led Congress on Saturday (April 1) after it drew both national and international condemnation and protests against Socia
Calls for calm in Paris amid clashes over police shooting
Demonstrations were sparked after the police killing of a Chinese man in his home on Sunday.
Riots in Paris after police shoot Chinese man dead
The clashes were triggered by the fatal police shooting of a Chinese man at his Paris home.
Netherlands-Turkey row heats up in Rotterdam
Netherlands blocks two Turkish ministers from speaking in Rotterdam, in an escalating row over Ankara's political campaigning in the country.
Naples protests against campaign visit by Northern League leader
Once the Northen League criticised southern Italians in language as fierce as they now use against immigrants, but now it wants southern Italian votes it has come to campaign in Naples. No thanks, say