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Several thousand demonstrators marched in Brussels against racism and police violence and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Ten thousand people turned out for Belgium's largely peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, but clashes have left police calling for a strike, and virologists concerned over new COVID-19 infections.
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Since the pandemic, freelance interpreters working for the institutions say they have been left 'without work from one day to the next' and are calling on the EU to 'practise what they preach' and offer emergency financial support.
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Millions of workers worldwide marked international labor day on Friday with vastly muted celebrations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Abortion activists clash in Colombia
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Protests in cities across India against Donald Trump visit
Street demonstrations against Trump broke out in the cities of Gauhati in the northeast, Kolkata in the east and Hyderabad in the south
Iraqi students hold anti-government protests
Anti-government protests continued in Iraq, with over a thousand students marching through the centre of Baghdad.
Anti-government protests continue in Chile
Demonstrations in Chile that began over higher metro fares are continuing, but there are fewer protesters than before.
Lebanese resume protests demanding end to political vacuum
Lebanese protesters resumed blocking major highways on Tuesday in what they said would be a "week of wrath"
Europeans drop their trousers on public transport for annual event
Organisers want commuters to stop looking at their phones.
Hong Kong lawmaker gets pepper spray in the face as protests continue
Ted Hui Chi-Fung, who was uninjured in the incident, called on police violence to be investigated.
Protesters clash with police during demonstrations in central London
Protesters clash with police on Friday during demonstrations in central London, after British conservative party won the general election with a majority.
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A nationwide strike brought France to a near standstill. While more than 50 world leaders have gathered for the Climate Change conference in Madrid (COP25). The event was moved to Spain’s capital from Chile due to ongoing civil unrest in the country. The situation in Santiago remains heated.
Mexico activists protest violence against women
Thousands of women got involved in the demonstration
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These young activists are "dying" to be heard. Bringing their calls for urgent climate action inside the European Parliament and forcing politicians to climb over them, to get to their meetings.
Iran’s Khamenei defends fuel price rises amid protests
Khamenei told state television that the government is raising petrol prices in order to provide additional subsidies to low income families.
UN warns Bolivia violence 'could spin out of control'
Protesters have been showing off bullet casings and tear gas canisters — debris from clashes with police that left nine dead and more than 100 hurt.
Protests erupt in Iran's major cities after petrol price rise
Riot police and security forces clashed with demonstrators in Tehran and dozens of cities across Iran on Saturday, Iranian news agencies and social media said.
Greece commemorates student uprising that doomed military junta
It's the annual commemoration that is often marred by violence.
Supporters of deposed Bolivian president Evo Morales killed in police shootout
A Bolivian town was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces.
Thousands rally in support of Lebanese president Michel Aoun
Thousands of protesters rallied outside Lebanon's presidential palace on November 3.
Iraq protests escalate
Anti-government protests in Iraq continued over the weekend with medical sources claiming one person was killed and over 90 injured