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Muslim-owned shops demolished in New Delhi
Authorities in New Delhi used bulldozers on Wednesday to destroy a number of Muslim-owned shops before the Supreme Court halted the demolitions.
Europe too grapples with threat of 3D-printed ‘ghost guns’
Gun enthusiasts in the United States and Europe are making untraceable firearms using 3D printers. Can they be stopped?
Police injured at anti-far right protest at Örebro in central Sweden
Trouble flared for the second consecutive day on the sidelines of a rally by the anti-immigration and anti-Islam movement led by Danish-Swedish citizen Rasmus Paludan.
600 portraits show another face of a violent Caracas shantytown
Some 600 black-and-white portraits of residents in the San Blas sector of the immense Petare shantytown complex in Caracas, Venezuela, which has a reputation for hyper-violence, are exhibited with the aim of showing another face to the violence that characterises the area.
Life in Kazakhstan's largest city slowly returns to normal.
Public transport has started operating for the first time since the violence, which left government buildings burned and gutted, and many businesses looted.
Kazakhstan's president claims violent protests were 'attempted coup'
President Tokayev gave no evidence for his claims on Monday, while officials said nearly 8,000 people were detained by police during last week's trouble.
Police officer bitten amid violence over COVID restrictions in Germany
It happened as the officer was attempting to check protesters' identities.
Polish MEP sued for accusing border guards of excessive violence
Poland's Border Guards say the alleged instance of violence was "staged" by activists.
German police raids in Dresden over anti-vax death threats
Police have been investigating a plot to kill Saxony state governor Michael Kretschmer and others over restrictions on the unvaccinated.
Away supporters banned from Belgian football after fan violence
The Belgian Pro League has condemned incidents that took place at two top-flight football matches over the weekend.
'I was suffocating': Mother speaks out to highlight obstetric violence
When women experience violence during childbirth it can lead to traumatic disorders that affect all aspects of their future lives. And yet in Germany, the topic is taboo.
Venezuela, Chile and Uruguay protest against gender-based violence
Women in Caracas, Santiago and Montevideo take to the streets to demand an end to violence against women on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Violence in the Netherlands as anger at COVID measures grows in Europe
As well as three consecutive nights of violence in the Netherlands, there was also protests in Austria and Belgium.
Lyon-Marseille match abandoned after Payet hit by bottle from stands
Marseille midfielder Dimitri Payet -- formerly of West Ham United -- collapsed after being hit as he was taking a corner kick.
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Police: Ecuadorian prison clash leaves dozens dead
Clashes inside Ecuador’s largest prison early on Saturday left at least 58 inmates dead.
Children are mimicking Netflix's Squid Game in the playground
A school in Belgium has warned parents about children playing versions of ‘1,2,3 Piano’ and “beating up” the loser.
Violent criminals face bans from popular night-life areas in Denmark
On Monday, a 31-year-old man was banned from going to nightlife areas in Copenhagen for eight months under a new law.
UN: 'Credible' claims of Taliban reprisal killings in Afghanistan
UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet cited "multiple" allegations of the Taliban seeking out former government officials and their relatives, who then turn up dead.
Greenland town bans alcohol after increase in local violence
A town in eastern Greenland town has issued a two-week ban on all sales of alcohol after 'several spooky incidents'.
Anti-vaccine demonstrators had planned violence, say Italian police
Italian police have raided the homes of several anti-vaccine activists ahead of demonstrations against the COVID-19 health pass.
Nice stadium’s south stand shut for four matches after Marseille brawl
The prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes said the south stand in OGC Nice’s stadium would beclosed for the next four matches after a fan pitch invasion led to an all out brawl during the Nice-Marseille game on the weekend.
Dozens arrested in Turkey over attacks on Syrian refugees
Police detained 76 people in connection with attacks on homes and businesses owned by Syrians amid heightened tensions in Turkey against refugees.
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Liberia’s FaithVonic: making music to overcome tragedy
We spoke to Liberian artist FaithVonic about music as a creative coping mechanism and how she uses her platform to make sure women know their rights.
Northern Ireland bombing that killed 29 'could have been prevented'
A Northern Ireland judge has ruled that there was plausible evidence that authorities could have prevented the 1998 car bombing in Omagh.
Northern Ireland: UK plans to end prosecutions for 'Troubles' crimes
The government says the move reflects the poor chances of successfully prosecuting decades-old crimes, but families of people killed in the violence have called the plan a betrayal.
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.