Hong Kong’s embattled Chief Executive Carrie Lam condemned Sunday night's violent clashes.
After a whopping 100,000 people marched for Gay Pride in 2014 in Istanbul, authorities prohibited the march from taking place in subsequent years.
Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Police Headquarters in Hong Kong on Friday.
They are aiming to keep up the pressure on the government, over the controversial extradition bill.
Kenneth French "has never been violent with any of us, so we don't know how this escalated," his relative said.
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.
Police fired 25 shots at Torell in a residential courtyard, believing a toy pistol he was carrying was a real weapon.
Dany Kocher from the Phalsbourg cited the UN's recent request for an investigation into allegations of police brutality during Gilets Jaunes protests.
There is mounting concern for the French government after Jerome Rodrigues, a prominent protester, suffered a serious eye injury at a yellow vest demo
It's after arrests were made at anti-government protests which continued over a three month period
Three months into a wave of protests which has engulfed Nicaragua, some in the Central American country are saying that it's on the brink of a new revolution
Fourth night of violence in western city of Nantes
Despite an escalating crackdown on peaceful protest, people in Poland continue to take to the streets and courageously demonstrate against abuse of their rights and threats to the rule of law, says Amnesty International.
At least 24 people are said to have been killed in protests which began last Wednesday against the government's social reforms.
Suspect allegedly pulled gun on police patrol.
Reuters found that of 1,028 cases of Taser-related deaths, more than 50 percent were identified as "high-risk" individuals, like the elderly and pregnant women.
Honouring fallen police officers in Rio, one of the most violent cities in Latin America
Thousands of people had poured into the streets of the capital to welcome back opposition leader Odinga, but things turned violent when police tried to disperse them.
It became an internet meme, but now the cartoon-decorated boat that housed Spanish police in Barcelona is finally leaving.
The pupils could be seen huddling against a wall while journalists in protective gear tried to shield them.
The Footballer who started the kneeling protest during the US national anthem is suing the NFL.
Colin Kaepernick is claiming club owners have
Two major news stories have dominated this week – the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, and Catalonia’s referendum on independence, deemed illegal
A day after Catalonia's unrecognised independence referendum both Barcelona's mayor and Catalonia's vice president have denounced the violence that overshadowed it.
Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau tells Euronews that the police crackdown on Sunday's vote marks a turning point and will spell the demise of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
The NBA star says the US president should set a better example instead of calling for NFL players to be sacked
"The whole damn system is guilty as hell," the protesters chanted, decrying a police officer's acquittal in the killing of a black man.
Clashes between demonstrators and riot police marred the end of what had been a largely-peaceful second day of protest rallies in the US city of St Louis.