Police issue a statement expressing "severe condemnation" after what began as a mostly peaceful protest had spiralled into violence in some of the Chinese territory's key business, shopping and tourist districts.
With public mobile, landline telephone and internet connections still severed by the authorities in most of India-administered Jammu and Kashmir, many are still struggling to make contact with relatives to plan their Eid al Adha holiday.
This report from inside Kashmir details how protests in Kashmir are being violently suppressed as India's military siege enters its sixth day and people suffer without basic freedoms.
Violence broke out again on Sunday night after a huge march in front of a train station which links Hong Kong to mainland China.
Chief Executive of Hong Kong Lam wants to meet the student union of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, but the union turned the invitation down saying they think the leader is not "sincere" and they want a open-door meeting.
France broke a new heat record with temperatures hitting 45.9 degrees Celsius over the weekend. Young Extinction Rebellion climate activists protesting in Paris under harsh weather conditions were sprayed by police forces with tear gas.
Police in Hong Kong have cleared a crowd of protesters gathered outside the city's legislature after several hundred broke into the building and spray-painted pro-democracy slogans on the walls.
Hong Kong activists gathered outside US and EU consulates to deliver petitions on a legislation law that will allow suspects to be extradited to China, which protesters worry will expose people to unfair trials and possible torture.
The visit of a Russian lawmaker to Georgia sparked protests in the country which has long been caught in a political tussle with Moscow.
Lam told media Saturday she took the move in response to widespread public unhappiness over the measure, which would enable authorities to send some suspects to stand trial in mainland courts.
The UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) worker was arrested for reportedly allowing his official car to be used by Kosovo-Serbs erecting a roadblock. The latest flare-up has led to calls for UNMIK to leave the country.
Clashes erupt after days of tension over a planned convention of the religious minority in the town of Ahmadnagar. Sunni Muslim groups demanded the event be cancelled.
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