Demonstrators in several Muslim countries call for a boycott of French goods after President Emmanuel Macron publicly defended Charlie Hebdo caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, which are considered blasphemous in Islam.
They are navigating carefully, ensuring no 'vested interest' hijacks their movement through violence.
President Lukashenko defies an ultimatum to surrender power by midnight, challenging his opponents to make good on a threat to paralyse the country with strikes, nearly three months after his disputed election victory unleashed mass protests.
Around 200 far-right militants clashed with Italian riot police in Rome.
Mainly young demonstrators are protesting for the fifth day despite a state of emergency banning them from doing so.
The protesters are calling for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to leave office, the constitution to be amended to make it more democratic and the nation’s monarchy to undergo reform.
Legal aid group Thai Lawyers for Human Rights says at least 51 people have been arrested since Tuesday in connection with the protests.
Protests have broken out across Nigeria after a video circulated alleging to show members of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, known as SARS, shooting a man dead.
Sunday's protests come a day after organisers failed to mobilise enough people for a planned human chain around Lake Constance in southern Konstanz city.
Protesters have been gathering outside Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem each week for over three months, demanding his resignation.
The man was shot during clashes with the police who were dispersing anti-government demonstration in a village in Giza. A security source said an investigation was launched into the killing.
EU's 27 states announced that President Aleksander Lukashenko is not the legitimate president of Belarus and plans to boycott him following the disputed August 9 election and mass protests.
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