George Floyd's death in police custody has been a catalyst for widespread protest around the world. As America's racial tensions are put in focus, Europe is seeing its own cases of police brutality being brought to the fore.
Philonise Floyd called on the US Congress to "stop the pain" and act on police reform, as he testified the day after his brother's funeral.
"Racism has no place in society, let alone in our republican police," French interior minister Christophe Castaner said on Monday as he unveiled measures to tackle the problem.
For some, the death of George Floyd has clear parallels with that of Adama Traoré in France.
It happened during a protest over racism and police violence after the death of George Floyd.
Charges against Derek Chauvin, the police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck, have also been upgraded to second-degree murder.
"There's power in vote, power in demonstrations," civil rights activist Rev Jesse Jackson told Euronews.
Anti-racism protests have been taking place across Europe, where the issues of police brutality and racial profiling are "often denied", experts have told Euronews.
Protesters carried signs reading "Black Lives Matter" and "I cant breathe" in reference to George Floyd, an African-American killed by police officers on May 25 in Minneapolis, US.
President Donald Trump's national security adviser has blamed 'a few bad apples' for police racism and brutality. Observers say much more should be done to limit the risk of violence and increase accountability.
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"We support the right to peaceful protest and also we condemn violence and racism of any kind, and we call for a de-escalation of tensions," said Borrell.
Israeli police in Jerusalem shot and killed an autistic Palestinian who they mistakenly thought was armed with a gun, provoking furious condemnation.
The warning comes after violent clashes in France’s poorer suburbs, where residents have accused authorities of heavy-handed tactics.
Scores of young people were pictured on their knees, with their hands on their heads for several hours during protests in December 2018.
A probe is set to be launched into allegations police officers racially abused a man during an arrest in a deprived Parisian suburb on Sunday morning
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This fifth straight day of protest across India came after Modi’s government enacted a bill that excludes Muslims from future citizenship.
Marching near the waterfront on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour, they sought to keep the pressure on city leader Carrie Lam after pro-democracy candidates won district council elections a week earlier.
Protesters attempted to dismantle barricades preventing them from crossing the bridge leading to the heavily fortified Green Zone, where most government buildings and foreign embassies are based.
The anti-government demonstrations began on October 1.
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.
A Bolivian town was in mourning on Saturday after at least five supporters of deposed president Evo Morales were shot dead by security forces.
Clashes marred largely peaceful protests in Hong Kong on Sunday as pro-democracy rallies took place across the city.
The death of 24-year-old Steve Maia Canico in June has once again sparked a debate over police accountability and brutality in France.