The man died after being beaten by supermarket security on the eve of Brazil's annual Black Consciousness Day, sparking angry protests at Carrefour shops across the country.
A French journalist who joined the police for two years says he found a culture of racism and "banal" violence as well a force that closes ranks to protest a minority of rogue officers.
A Dutch appeals court on Friday found far-right leader Geert Wilders guilty of insulting Moroccans. It acquitted him of inciting hatred and discrimination.
A government study found applicants with Arabic-sounding names received 25% fewer responses than candidates with French names.
Reports of discriminatory acts in Italy increased fourfold between 2017 and 2018, soaring from 92 to 360.
Citizens of San Marino have voted by referendum to insert a clause prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation in their country's constitution