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US governors eager feeling the heat from the US President and keen to rescue their economies are moving to ease coronavirus restrictions, even as new hot spots emerge.
Police in Kazakhstan detained dozens of people in the Central Asian country's largest city after an activist's death in jail triggered protests.
Police emerged from the nearby Mong Kok police station to clear the roads but confrontations continued for hours.
Hundreds of tractors brought the coastal city of Valencia to a halt, with tractors also blocking many roads in the southern Andalusia region
Security forces used tear gas and water cannon to stop the protesters near the parliament building in downtown Beirut
People dressed in the colours of the European Union demonstrate outside of the British Parliament on the eve of the official departure of the United Kingdom from the EU.
This human chain across the southern-Indian state was organized by the Left Democratic Front (LDF) to protest against the Indian government's Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
This year, non-indigenous Australians were asked to give reparations in the form of a donation to the #PayTheRent campaign.
They want Trump removed from office.
The lawyers' protest came after a day of demonstrations by opponents of a plan to sweep away France's 42 pension schemes in favour of a single system.
It comes amid simmering anger over India's new citizenship law, which has resulted in violent protests and deadly clashes around the country.
Members of Iraq's powerful Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary umbrella group walked on pictures of Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, during a memorial ceremony for their deputy commander Mahdi al-Muhandis and Iran's Major General Qasem Soleimani.
From Europe to Latin America, demonstrations against inequality and corruption garnered international headlines.
Tens of thousands took to the streets after ex-Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune triumphed in Algeria's presidential elections.
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Angry protesters yell "shame on you" on Maltese Justice , as he arrived for a meeting with an EU parliament delegation and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Protesters took to the streets again, one week after pro-democracy candidates won a landslide victory in district council elections.
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.
A new hashtag is encouraging Twitter users to share pictures of themselves holding a can of soda to their head, highlighting the horrific injuries sustained by Iraqi protesters.
Police in riot gear attempted to push thousands of demonstrators away from the parliament building in the Georgian capital, as a second day of sizable protests simmered over the failure of promised election reforms
They built concrete walls and watchtowers and had weapons that included bows and arrows, catapults and hundreds of petrol bombs.
Cellphone footage showed passengers arguing on a Hong Kong train as protesters blocked the carriage doors from closing on Wednesday morning.
French police have used pepper spray and batons to push back pro-Catalan independence protesters who blocked a major highway border pass between France and Spain.
Protesters in Guy Fawkes masks, a protest symbol worldwide, marched in downtown Hong Kong on Tuesday to mark the one-month anniversary of the mask ban
Protesters clashed with police on the streets of Santiago yet again on Monday (November 4), with tensions initially sparked by an increase in the price of metro fares continuing to remain high