Police said they used tear gas to disperse the crowd after protesters lit fires outside the Tsim Sha Tsui police station
Police fired volleys of tear gas and protesters hurled bricks during clashes in a rural Hong Kong town on Saturday as several thousand activists gathered to protest an attack by a suspected triad gang at a train station last weekend.
Hong Kong’s embattled Chief Executive Carrie Lam condemned Sunday night's violent clashes.
Thousands have marched in Hong Kong to demand an independent inquiry into the police's use of excessive force and the unconditional release of those arrested.
Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion on Tuesday 16 July disrupted London Concrete, the British capital's biggest supplier of ready-mixed concrete which supplies a major road tunnel project under the River Thames.
American actress Kim Basinger and South Korean activists held an anti-dog meat protest in Seoul, while farmers ate dog meat in front of them, separated by a bastion of police officers.
Hong Kong protesters are vowing to keep up the pressure on their government over democracy and human rights.
The Sanfermines fiestas kicked off on Saturday with the much-anticipated “Chupinazo” ceremony, which sees the launching of a firework rocket to mark the start of the event.
The trip comes ahead of a three week United Nations Human Rights Council session where it's expected that criticism will be heaped on President Nicolas Maduro.
The leader of Albania's ruling left-wing Socialist Party said he was determined the June 30 municipal elections would be held despite opposition unrest since mid-February.
Russian police said they had detained more than 200 people on Wednesday (June 12), including opposition politician Alexei Navalny, at a protest in Moscow calling for punishment of police officers involved in the alleged framing of a journalist.
Jake Woodier, a campaign officer with the UK Student Climate Network Campaign, told Euronews: "We're seeing quite a lot of change happening at quite a fast pace in the UK, where ultimately, we've seen the narrative about climate change and the kind of climate crisis shifting quite dramatically."
Today more than 1.4 million schoolchildren around the world are expected to walk out of lessons in what is believed to be the biggest protest calling for action on climate change to date.
With just a week to go before the European parliamentary elections take place, tens of thousands of people, opposed to nationalist agenda's, took to the streets in cities right across Europe.
Several hundred women dressed in bunad (Norwegian traditional clothes) took to the streets in Oslo to protest against the closure of several small birthing centres around the country.
Hundreds of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Istanbul to protest against the cancellation of municipal election results that gave the opposition as winners.
France's "yellow vest" anti-government demonstrations recorded their lowest turnout yet on Saturday, days after a wider May Day rally was marked by violent clashes in Paris.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Glasgow - the largest city in Scotland - on Saturday (May 4) to demand a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom as polls suggest support for secession is at a peak of the past four years.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has claimed victory in a TV address to the nation and said his rival Juan Guaido failed. Guaido insists Maduro has lost control of the military and asked the people to keep on protesting after thousands came onto the streets on May day.
Hundreds more protesters join demonstrations in the Sudananese capital Khartoum. They 'piled on' the roof of a train on their way to the sit-in demonstrations outside the Defence Ministry headquarters, leaving from the birthplace of the uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir.
Georgian police used tear gas and rubber bullets to break up a protest by residents of a mountainous region against the construction of a hydropower plant.
Environmental campaigners Greenpeace demonstrated outside Nestle's headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, accusing the company of not doing enough to reduce single-use plastics.
Australian police arrested 38 animal rights activists on Monday (April 8) after they blocked peak hour traffic in Melbourne in protests to mark the first anniversary of a film, Dominion, about factory farming.
Last year property prices in the German capital rose by 20 percent.
Generations X and Z join forces to pressure the Belgian Parliament to pass a climate bill
Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to demand that abortion be made illegal in Argentina.