Black Lives Matter protests have spread throughout the world, but in Africa, the demonstrations are a reminder the struggle for racial equality has by no means ended for most Africans.
Several thousand demonstrators marched in Brussels against racism and police violence and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Ten thousand people turned out for Belgium's largely peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, but clashes have left police calling for a strike, and virologists concerned over new COVID-19 infections.
Security measures have been eased in several American cities as unrest over the killing of George Floyd subsided.
Hundreds of protesters surrounded the entrance to the American Embassy in London on Sunday, as anti-racism demonstrations continued.
Demonstrations have taken place in Spain, Italy, Hungary, the UK, Denmark and Belgium as Europe sees second day of protest over George Floyd's death.
Dozens of largely peaceful demonstrations took place in American cities on Saturday after a week of chaos and unrest following the death of George Floyd.
More protests against racism are taking place across Europe on Sunday. On Saturday, demonstrations in France and in the UK defied coronavirus restrictions.
The movement is gaining traction as Europe grapples with its own race issues alongside the Black Lives Matter protests in the USA.
For some, the death of George Floyd has clear parallels with that of Adama Traoré in France.
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"We in Europe face many of the same problems as the US," writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey. "But we seem far less willing to engage with the issue confronting millions of our fellow citizens."
Thousands marched against racism and for George Floyd and Adama Traoré in Paris on 2 June. Traoré's family has been calling for justice in the case of the death of 24-year-old Adama Traoré since 2016.
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.
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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Police said over 6000 people joined the march which included families of the victims killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) slammed O'Leary for comments about Muslim men and security.
Frankfurt fans didn't let it go when hecklers interrupted a minute of silence for Hanau victims
The far-right party tried to distance itself from the attacker while tweeting a link to his manifesto.
"Racism is a poison. Hatred is a poison," said Chancellor Angela Merkel after the deadly Hanau shootings.
The world football players' union tells Euronews that the response to racism needs to go "far beyond" the sport and current sanctions are not enough.
FC Porto striker Moussa Marega, who is from Mali, was visibly angered by monkey noises aimed at him after he scored in a Portuguese league game.