Rosa Parks, Berta Cacéres and Kebedech Seyoum have been added to roads that were previously named for colonial-era figures.
President Donald Trump has come under fire for holding an election rally in Oklahoma, a city famous for one of the country's worst racial massacres in 1921
In the US protesters toppled more statues of figures with links to slavery following rallies in memory of Juneteenth, which commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.
Thousands gathered in the French and British capital for peaceful demonstrations against racism.
The European Parliament passed a resolution in the wake of the racial justice protests that have spread from the US to Europe following the death of George Floyd
The European Commission will hold a debate on racism next week - but it is yet to clarify whether any non-white voices will be included.
Activists says the day celebrating the end of slavery is an opportunity to think about what freedom means for African Americans and all US citizens
MEPs applauded Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana after her address on Wednesday in which she claimed police had humiliated her during an incident in Brussels.
According to the European Network Against Racism, around 10% of Europeans are from ethnic minority backgrounds, but just 28 MEPs represent those backgrounds out of 705 overall.
The legacy of the British Empire can be a source of awkwardness or embarrassment for Britain, but it could also prove to be a source of strength in the future.
The Labour Party and an anti-racism think tank argue Boris Johnson's new review is redundant because four were released in 2017. They're calling for "more action, less rhetoric".
A weekend of protests against racism and police violence
Protesters wore masks and kept their distance to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
Far-right protesters scuffled with police in central London, as hundreds gathered to demonstrate despite strict police restrictions and warnings to stay home to contain the spread of coronavirus.
The statue was daubed with red paint to protest the ex-king's role in the colonisation of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.
“My son is four. We’ve started having conversations.” Preparing his child for racism is a central part of Marvyn Harrison's parenting.
Police in Bordeaux throw handcuffs away in an angry gesture while others protested in Paris against the government's response to mounting criticism of police violence and racism.
"What I'm saying to people who want to protest in central London is please don't, because you're in danger of falling into a trap laid by the extreme far right, who want to provoke hatred and division," London Mayor Sadiq Khan tells Euronews.
Weeks of protests and global outrage over George Floyd’s death are starting to lead to changes in US policing.
The advert showed a black man being pushed around by a large white hand.
"My ancestors had to face the slavers and fight. I think I can face the evil face of a statue and fight," Scotland's first black professor, Sir Geoff Palmer, told Euronews.
As calls to remove statues of Belgium's controversial monarch, Leopold II, grow louder, Assita Kanko warns of the dangers of having a curated and sanitised version of history.
Anti-racism protests have fuelled conversation about the removal of statues glorifying slave traders, confederate generals and colonial leaders in the US and Europe.
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.
'The ghost of the past, the colonial past, is still haunting these spaces,' said one historian, speaking of the controversial statues under attack in parts of Europe.
A Belgian anti-racism group says the removal of #KingLeopold statues and other colonial-era monuments should be just the first step in a long-term anti-racist plan.