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Iran's security forces violently disperse student protesters
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Borrell criticises Iran over protests crackdown
As nationwide protests in Iran enter a second week, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has criticised Tehran for what he calls a "disproportionate" use of force against protesters.
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Four people shot and one stabbed after brawl at Spanish nightclub
The incident occurred early on Monday morning in Marbella, police said.
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Turkish healthcare workers go on strike after cardiologist shot dead
Doctors and nurses have called for better working conditions to protect them from violence.
Ecuador demonstrators take to streets
Ecuador demonstrators take to streets on day 11 of anti-govt protests. Police fire tear gas to disperse protesters.
US president makes impassioned plea for ban on assault weapons
Ten days after 19 children and two teachers were massacred by a teenage gunman in Uvalde, Texas, US President Joe Biden has asked that "common sense" prevails in the debate on gun control legislation.
Mass arrests in Armenia during anti-government protests
In Armenia, police is arresting hundreds of anti-government protesters who want the prime minister to resign.
Politically motivated crime in Germany reaches new high in 2021
It was the highest number of offences recorded since they began reporting statistics in 2001.
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.
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
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