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Police peacefully disperses anti-covid protests at US-Canadian border
The protests at the Ambassador Bridge and elsewhere have been aimed at vaccine mandates and other coronavirus restrictions.
Solomon Islands Tension
Three bodies were found in a burnt out building in Honiara amid this week's violence in the capital of the Solomon Islands,
Police fire warning shots at Rotterdam demo
Police fired warning shots, injuring an unknown number of people, as riots broke out on Friday night in downtown Rotterdam at a demonstration against plans by the Dutch government to restrict access for unvaccinated people to some venues.
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State of emergency declared in Ecuador’s prisons after 116 die in riot
Officials said at least five of the dead in the riot at Litoral penitentiary in Guayaquil were beheaded.
Police say 'calm' restored after five nights of clashes near Paris
French police clashed with rioters for five consecutive nights near Paris after two men were arrested and their mother was hit by tear gas.
South Africa combats unrest after ex-leader Jacob Zuma's imprisonment
Dozens have died and more than 1,200 have been arrested amid weeklong unrest and looting sparked by the jailing last week of ex-President Jacob Zuma.
Attacks on police and Israeli reporter at Berlin pro-Palestinian rally
A firecracker was thrown at an Israeli reporter covering pro-Palestinian protests in the German capital while four men were also arrested in London over an antisemitic incident.
Northern Ireland officials condemn violence after Belfast riots
15 police officers were injured during rioting in a loyalist area of Belfast amid rising tensions over post-Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland.
COVID in Europe: Italy and France concerned over rising cases
Italy will tighten its restrictions and the French government is concerned about ICU COVID-19 patients reaching 95% in Paris.
Pablo Hasél: More violence in Spain as protesters take on police
Hasél was jailed for nine months last week over lyrics and comments deemed insulting to Spain's king and that glorified violence.
One protester on why he took to the streets over Dutch COVID curfew
"Why do we need to first vaccinate 90-year-olds?" asked Marcel R. "From my point of view, no one needs to live to 110. I'd rather my children be able to go to a café or a concert."
Tunisian police continue to clash with protesters
Sunday was the third consecutive day of unrest a decade on from the revolution that ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
In pictures: Guns drawn as lawmakers scramble amid US Capitol breach
Pictures captured some of the most jarring scenes ever to unfold in a seat of American political power.
Flames rip through Guatemala's Congress as street battles rage
Protests broke out over budget cuts to health and education.
Anti-government rallies held across Belarus despite regime threats
Police have detained protesters at a rally in the Belarus capital Minsk as anti-government protests show no signs of abating
Coronavirus: Brussels protesters demand help for entertainment sector
Protesters gathered in the Belgian capital Brussels to demand more government support for the entertainment sector
More than 20 arrested after overnight rioting in The Hague
Stones and heavy fireworks were thrown at the police officers from rooftops.
Lebanon: Clashes and tear gas in Beirut as protests turn to riots
Opposing groups and police clashed as demonstrators tried to revive Lebanon's nationwide protests that began late last year amid an unprecedented economic and financial crisis.
Israel: Jewish-Arab protest against plans to annex parts of West Bank
The protest in Tel Aviv came weeks before the Israeli government is expected to push forward on annexation as PM Benjamin Netanyahu has promised to do.
Unrest in Paris as residents accuse police of heavy-handed tactics
Residents say authorities are being heavy-handed in their efforts to impose the lockdown.
Hundreds of thousands protest violence against women in Chile
Thousands took to the streets of Chile's capital Santiago to mark International Women's Day on Sunday, calling for equality and an end to violence
Security forces use tear gas amid anti-government protests in Iraq
At least 500 people have been killed since protests began.
Blaze at Macron-visited Paris restaurant as pension protests continue
A small fire was quickly put out at La Rotonde restaurant in the early hours on Saturday after a string of demonstrations across the city over pension reform proposals.
54 injured in Lebanon: violence erupts as police clash with protesters
Dozens were wounded late on Saturday as police clashed with anti-government protesters. It was one of the most violent confrontations since demonstrations began in October.
A year on, is the future bright for France's 'yellow vest' protesters?
“It would just take one mistake from the government for the fire to resume," says Jerome Rodrigues, who said he lost his sight in one eye in clashes with police.
Police and protesters clash in Bolivia's La Paz
Violent clashes between security forces and demonstrators broke out again in the early hours of Wednesday morning in Bolivia's capital. Sporadic and intense demonstrations have gripped Bolivia following a disputed 20 October election.