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Dutch protesters burn tyres outside base housing Afghan refugees
Protesters have burned car tyres outside a military base in the Netherlands where Afghans are being housed after being evacuated from Kabul.
Afghan refugees in Indonesia denounce Taliban
Hundreds of Afghan refugees living in Indonesia held a rally condemning the Taliban's takeover of their country and calling for resettlement in third countries. The protestors were mostly members of the Hazara ethnic minority.
Extinction Rebellion targets central London in new protests
Supporters of the environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion gather on Trafalgar Square outside of the National Gallery in London for the first day of a two-week climate change protest campaign.
Polish activists hold LGBT rights march at foot of monastery
Parades for LGBT rights took place under heavy police presence on Saturday at the foot of Catholic Poland’s most revered monastery in Czestochowa, in the south, and in Gdansk, on the Baltic coast.
People in London protest to show solidarity with the people of Afghanistan
People gather in central London to protest the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and to show solidarity with Afghans.
Hundreds of anti-lockdown protesters clashed with police in Melbourne on Saturday.
Aerial footage showed protesters breaking through police lines before violence erupted.
Environmentalists protest against German government’s climate policies
Global environment movement Extinction Rebellion blocked roads in Berlin leading to the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture building as demonstrators carried banners and placards that read: "Prioritize climate," "Protect our Earth, "One planet, one chance"
Latvia's plans for mandatory vaccination spark huge protests
The Latvian government is planning to make vaccination compulsory for many professions and is debating whether to allow employers to fire workers who refuse to be vaccinated. A vote on the issue could come this week.
'Infringement of freedom': Protest held in Paris over COVID passes
Protesters marched through Paris against a national mandate for a coronavirus health pass.
Hundreds march through Frankfurt financial sector for climate
Several hundred people joined a climate march through Frankfurt, walking past the European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters with the intent of challenging the role the financial sector plays in climate change.
Thousands took part in the Amsterdam Pride Walk
In Amsterdam, thousands of people take part in the Pride Walk, the demonstration for equal rights for the LGBTI community. The protest march is part of the annual Pride Week, which started last weekend.
Activists form human chain around Garzweiler mine in Germany
About 2,500 people in western Germany demonstrated for a quick halt to coal mining in the region, where a village could be bulldozed to make way for a mine's continued operation. Participants in the protest formed a 4-kilometer human chain.
Berlin: Covid sceptics defy protest ban.
Hundreds of anti-lockdown demonstrators defy a court-ordered protest ban in the streets of Berlin, resulting in scuffles with police.
Protests against Bolsonaro held across Brazil after court decision
Demonstrators gathered by the thousands in more than 40 cities to demand Bolsonaro's impeachment or greater access to vaccines against COVID-19.
Lisbon authorities hand data of anti-Kremlin activists to Russia
Officials slammed after municipal authorities in Portugal handed the personal details of anti-Kremlin activists to the Russian embassy in Lisbon
Crowds in Budapest rally against Chinese university campus plan
The Fudan University campus is being built with a €1.3 billion loan from China despite local opposition.
In pictures: Thousands protest in Brussels against COVID restrictions
Thousands descended on a park in the Belgian capital for a 'party' designed to flout COVID-19 rules, later marching on the European Union headquarters.
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Prague rocked with protests amid diplomatic row with Moscow
President Milos Zemen cast doubts over whether the Russian Secret Service was to blame for a deadly explosion in 2014.
Security forces kill at least two more anti-coup protesters in Myanmar
Security forces in the city of Monywa opened fire on anti-coup protesters on Saturday, killing at least two people according to local media.
Extinction Rebellion occupies financial headquarters in Brussels
Environmentalists were protesting at the banking sector's perceived complicity in contributing towards climate change.
Romania investigates nearly 200 people over anti-lockdown protests
Demonstrations took place in several Romanian cities on Monday night after new pandemic measures came into force.
Protesters march at 'Stop Asian Hate' rally in Portland
It comes after a recent mass shooting spree at Asian-owned spas in the state of Georgia.
Feminist groups protest Turkey's withdrawal from Istanbul Convention
The 2011 Istanbul Convention, signed by 45 countries and the European Union, requires governments to adopt legislation prosecuting domestic violence and similar abuse.
Lockdowns are 'not going to be over by summer' says health expert
We’re all fed up with lockdowns, but pandemic life probably won’t be over in 2021, a public health expert warns. So how can authorities keep enforcing restrictions?
COVID-19: Protests across Europe rail against pandemic restrictions
Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Romania, Serbia, Poland, France and Britain all saw demonstrations on Saturday against constraints on freedoms, often featuring an element of pandemic denial.
What could an anti-protest bill mean for climate activism?
The bill would mean police taking a more proactive approach to dealing with “highly disruptive” protests in the UK.