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Police clashed with protesters late on Monday night in downtown Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court convicted 12 separatist leaders of illegally promoting the wealthy Catalonia region's independence and sentenced nine of them to prison.
A sword-wielding attacker has killed one person and injured nine others after bursting into a classroom at a vocational high school in Finland.
Meanwhile groups loyal to the Chinese government began tearing down anti-government messages from so-called Lennon walls, named after the Beatles singer John Lennon
Poland's foreign ministry condemned an attack on Israeli students at a Warsaw nightclub on Saturday.
Clashes marred largely peaceful protests in Hong Kong on Sunday as pro-democracy rallies took place across the city.
With over 44 thousand knife crime offences in England and Wales last year, the figures are the highest since records began.
Hong Kong riot police clashed with protesters inside a mall on Sunday night (July 14) as they tried to disperse tens of thousands rallying against a controversial extradition bill in the residential district of Sha Tin.
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita condemned the killings of at least 95 people in a village attack in central Mali.
At least 55 prisoners have been found dead in four jails in the Brazilian city of Manaus after clashes between rival gangs, authorities said.
More than any other places on the West Bank, Hebron shows the difficulty of sharing land between Palestinians and Israelis and the remote possibility of finding peace.
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Gunmen killed at least 134 people in central Mali on Saturday amid an upsurge in ethnic and jihadist violence.
Abdul Aziz, 48, didn't run or hide when the Christchurch shooter approached the Linwood mosque where he was praying with his sons. Instead, he went out and faced him.
Reports of "monstrous torture" in Chechnya
Police in Bangladesh report that at least 17 people died in violent clashes at the country held a general election
Chris Hayes speaks with historian Joanne Freeman about violence within the political class in the decades leading up to the Civil War.
Following an attack on the Boca Juniors team bus, it was decided they would not be fit to play local rivals River Plate. No new date for the final has been announced.
President Macron condemns protesters and heaps shame on those who would use violence against the police and elected representatives.
A new ad campaign launched by the government in Northern Ireland is urging parents not to bring their children to paramilitary groups for extra-judicial punishments.
Economic development programmes won't deter youth in countries like Somalia and Afghanistan from migrating unless they're accompanied by efforts to improve stability.
The UN Human Rights Chief. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein saysEuropean leaders must speak out against incitement to hatred. Around 800 demonstrators gathered in Chemnitz on Sunday, hours after a 35-year-old man died after a dispute between several people of "different nationalities"
It's the run-off presidential election between the incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and his opposition challenger Soumalia Cissé. It's despite a surge in ethnic and militant violence during Keita's time in office and violence in July's election
The incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita is expected to beat the opposition challenger Somalia Cisse for a second five-year term amid accusations of voting fraud and the threat of violence
Malians started voting in a run-off presidential election on Sunday, with the incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita expected to beat the opposition challenger Cissé for a second five-year term
There were celebrations, sadness, anger and violence after the Argentine Senate voted against a bill that would have liberalised the country's abortion law