Protesters face police as tens of thousands join Belarus march against Lukashenko
At least tens of thousands and possibly more Belarusian protesters stage a peaceful march in the capital Minsk, keeping the pressure on strongman Alexander Lukashenko who has refused to quit after his disputed re-election, turning instead to Russia for help to stay in power.
Coronavirus skeptics vow to 'storm Berlin' despite demo ban
Anti-coronavirus protesters in Berlin are planning a large-scale demonstration at the weekend in defiance of a ban imposed by the state's authorities. Police in the capital are preparing for all eventualities.
Fresh clashes between police and protesters near parliament in Beirut
Lebanese police empty martyrs' square with tear gas as angry protesters try to break into the parliament headquarters.
Lebanon: Beirut protesters and police clash for second day
Lebanese protesters hurled rocks at the police in renewed clashes over the deadly Beirut explosion, which many blame on government's negligence. Footage from the scene showed fire near the country's parliament.
Thai protesters call for end of monarchy on king's birthday
The king's passivity during the COVID-19 pandemic has made him the target of unprecedented criticism at home and abroad. As Thailand struggles to cope with the crisis, he is gallivanting miles away in Germany.
One year on: Hong Kong protesters change tactics
Last June, Hong Kong protesters took to the streets against a proposed extradition bill and started a year-long protest movement. Now they are fighting against another law, but with different strategies.
UK slave trader's statue toppled in anti-racism protests
Anti-racism protesters in Bristol, England, are seen tearing down a statue of slave trader Edward Colston and throwing it into Bristol harbour. Protesters tie the bronze statue of the 17th-century slave trader with rope and pulled it down amid cheers from the crowd.
World faces the worst food crisis in 50 years - UN, Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunzi and moreza dies
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British slave trader statue pulled down in George Floyd demonstration
Protesters in the UK have pulled down a statue of a slave trader during a demonstration in honor of George Floyd. Since Black Lives Matter protests began, controversial statues have come down in cities around the globe.
Hanau protests against right-wing extremism and racism after xenophobic terror attack
About 3,000 people have taken to the streets, calling on Germany's government to take action against growing right-wing radicalism. Protesters carried signs slamming the far-right AfD's normalization of racist rhetoric.