Hong Kong's anti-Beijing protesters returned to the streets for a series of marches and rallies after a rare period of calm in nearly six months of unrest.
With police now buying canisters from China, there are rising fears that the tear gas could release toxic chemicals including cancer-causing dioxin.
Police have used tear gas to force hundreds of protesters, some lobbing petrol bombs, to retreat behind make-shift fortifications at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
After the abrogation of Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said Kashmir would become "shaandaar” (spectacular). TRT World debunks these claims, one after the other.
Many protesters are frustrated that the international effort to help fire-damaged Notre Dame Cathedral has eclipsed the five-month-old Yellow Vest movement against wealth inequality.
Media in the US and Israel is awash with stories about a possible war with Hezbollah. Yet talk of war is more about an American dream in the newsroom, rather than a precursor to an actual war.
At least six people were killed and over 200 injured after police moved in to break "blasphemy" protests.
The opposition has threatened to boycott the October 26 re-run if election board officials are not removed and if parliament passes a bill that takes power to annul unfair elections away from the Supreme Court.
Demands for water, housing, electricity and jobs are at the centre of protests that have rocked areas throughout the country.
Kenyan police fire tear gas at opposition leaders and their supporters as they were marching on office of country's electoral body.
Refugees are tear gassed by Macedonian police on Greek border over trying to pull down razor wire fence
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