Police on both sides of the border have used tactics of public shaming to force people off the roads during the pandemic lockdown.
Several incidents show that French law enforcement is dealing violently with minorities under the cover of new emergency measures.
From India to Algeria to Lebanon, people are protesting both against their governments and their controversial policies. Here's a quick look into what's happening on the ground.
Opposition Syriza party accuses the government of recently elected New Democracy party of 'emboldening' police violence.
In the Greek capital of Athens, police armed with tear gas and clubs have faced off with protesters sometimes armed with rocks and molotov cocktails in recent weeks.
Demonstrations throughout Iraq intensified on Saturday and Sunday, but protesters are finding themselves being pushed back by clouds of tear gas and a heavy security presence.
The Hospital Authority confirmed that Chow Tsz-lok, 22, an undergraduate student at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, had died of injuries.
Protests against a now cancelled metro fare rise quickly escalated into a movement against inequality in Chile.
Thousands rally against proposed new laws, including a criminal code that would ban extramarital sex and penalise insulting the president's honour.
The "Eye for an Eye" drink refers to an injury suffered by a medic while the "tear gas" eggs aim to bring to light police brutality towards pro-democracy demonstrators.
Demonstrators in Tel Aviv blocked a major highway and other main intersections on roads around the country, protesting systematic discrimination by police toward the community
Zimbabwe's Human Rights Commission says government forces instigated systematic torture of residents following violent protests over fuel price hike, a charge President Emmerson Mnangagwa says will be probed.
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