Police and hundreds of demonstrators faced off in central Moscow at an unauthorised march against police abuse in the wake of the high-profile detention of Russian journalist Ivan Golunov.
Omar Shakir, a US citizen, will have until May 1 to leave Israel, according to the decision by the Jerusalem district court, which rejected his appeal against the original expulsion order, noting he could take it to the supreme court.
Protesters bring Waterloo bridge, Marble Arch and Oxford Circus to a standstill, kicking off days of planned civil disobedience events in 33 countries.
Around 1,500 students demand eco-friendly policies and affordable train services prices in Belgium
The right-wing group Hindu Sena commemorated Queen Victoria on the 118th anniversary of her death, saying the queen had won India its first independence.
Since 2016, 431 activists have been killed, the majority coming from the indigenous, black and peasant communities, the ombudsman said.
The yellow vest movement has spread to several countries around the world who are protesting similar issues.
Pro-Palestinian speech is being increasingly clamped down in the US contrary to the sacred nature of free speech on other issues.
Organised, online, and leaderless - the protests rocking France are an expression of the deep malaise and disaffection with the state and direction of France.
Since Saturday last week, large demonstrations were held across the country against soaring oil prices. But is it just about fuel?
Foreign Minister Jose Valencia says Ecuador neither will intervene in UK's internal affairs, nor be the lawyer of Julian Assange.
India observes October 2 as Gandhi's birth anniversary and as the International Day of non-violence, an idea Gandhi championed. But this time, the police turned violent on a farmers' march to Delhi.
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