Article 24 of the proposed bill makes it illegal to share images of law enforcement officers for "malicious purposes". The proposed bill comes as "shocking" and "unbearable" images of police violence were released in recent days.
Some commentators believe the violent activities of armed miltia groups is influencing the US election campaign. There have been a series of incidents connected with these groups, despite their lack of a connection to actual law enforcement.
Shots were fired in Lagos on Wednesday as protesters continued to demonstrate against alleged police brutality in Nigeria.
Black-clad masked police violently disperse protesters and make arrests at the latest opposition march in Minsk against the re-election of Belarus's strongman leader Lukashenko.
Demonstrators took to the streets of Louisville and other major US cities to protest after no charges were brought against police for Taylor's death.
The Kentucky city has agreed to pay the black woman's family $12 million and reform police practices as part of a settlement.
Three nights of unrest in Bogota began after a video went viral on social media showing a man, Javier Ordonez, being repeatedly tasered by police as he's arrested.
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.
“We don’t need more pain and division from a president set on advancing his campaign at the expense of our city,” Justin Blake, an uncle, said in a statement.
It came during a third night of protests over the case of black man Jacob Blake, who was seen in a video being shot up to seven times at point-blank range by a white Kenosha police officer on Sunday.
Foreign Minister Ivan Korcok commented on the case after a Belgian newspaper this week published a 2018 video of an officer sitting on top of a man at Brussels South Charleroi Airport and another officer apparently making a Hitler salute.
‘He can crawl to the hospital’ — one man’s story of police brutality in Belarus