Supporters of Dutch football team Feyenoord clashed with Italian police in Rome and damaged an iconic Spanish fountain ahead of the
Hundreds of drunk fans of Dutch club Feyenoord clashed with riot police near the Spanish Steps in Rome ahead of Thursday’s evening Europa League game
At least 22 Feyenoord fans have been arrested in Rome and eight charged after trouble flared before the Dutch side’s Europa League clash with
Democratic Republic of the Congo has scrapped plans for a national census before next year’s presidential elections. An electoral reform bill that
For the third day running, violence has erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo as police clashed with demonstrators denouncing electoral
Tuesday’s suicide bomb attack on a police station in Istanbul has been claimed by the Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) a
Dozens of masked extremists have clashed with riot police in Zurich, Switzerland, one of Europe’s wealthiest cities. Police fired rubber bullets
An opposition protest by supporters of cricket hero turned politician Imran Khan has descended into violence in Faisalabad as demonstrators clashed with security forces and pro-government activists.
Popular pressure is growing in Germany for Tugce Albayrak, the 23-year-old Turkish student who was murdered while going to help two women being
The beautiful game showed off its ugly side on Monday when fans clashed with police following a Mexican Championship match. Clashes broke out between
Pope Francis is heading to Turkey to promote inter-religious tolerance and plead for peace in the region.
In Syria and Iraq, neighbouring Turkey
Across the United States there have been new protests over a grand jury’s decision not to charge a white police officer with killing an unarmed black
As anger intensified across the United States following a grand jury’s decision not to charge a white police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed
Three and a half months ago, white police officer Darren Wilson fired six bullets into unarmed black 18-year-old Michael Brown in the town of
Ferguson, Missouri is once more the scene of mass protests and there are fears the situation may escalate before it calms down.
People have taken
Ferguson is smouldering on Tuesday after a night of clashes and racially-charged rioting. And the fear is that more violence could follow.
The blunt words of Mexico’s attorney general Murillo Karam, which sparked outrage nationwide, have become the rallying cry of throngs of Mexicans in
Burkina Faso was plunged into crisis in late October 2014 when tensions over the future of President Blaise Compaore boiled over, with protesters
A Indian girl who was humiliated by village elders for complaining that her father had been poorly treated has been found dead near a railway track
Police clashed with anti-gay protesters in Montenegro on Wednesday as they tried to disrupt the first gay pride parade to be held in the staunchly
“They’re only trees!” the protester shouted. But, in Turkey, four protesters became 4,000 – and then the effort to stop trees from being cut down in
Violence in schools is a fact of life for many people around the world.
Harassment, intimidation, cyber-bullying, threats, assaults – they all
Seventeen years after “la Haine“ - Mathieu Kassovitz’s iconic film about life in the French suburbs - and 30 years after the first riots in those
Nepal has always inspired travellers and writers in search of adventure and spirituality.
But for the Nepalese, the country’s recent history
The countdown is running: one year left until the kick-off for the European football championship, EURO 2012. But there is a hooligan war ongoing in