US military vessels in the Persian Gulf are within range of Iranian missiles, a top military aide to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Sunday, warning any clash between the two countries would push oil prices above $100 a barrel.
French anti-riot police have clashed with "yellow vest" protesters in the city of Toulouse as President Emmanuel Macron prepares to announce a series of policy changes to end the months-long protests which started in November to oppose fuel tax increases.
A group of protesters calling for the Japanese government to do more to regain control of an islet disputed with South Korea clashed with police on Friday (February 22), as others joined a memorial ceremony held to reassert their territorial claims.
Riot police charged in to break up a demonstration in front of Catalonia’s regional parliament on Monday, after thousands marched in Barcelona to mark the first anniversary of an ill-fated independence referendum to split from Spain.
Dozens of people have sustained injuries when Palestinians engaged in clashes with Israeli military forces across the West Bank in protest against the passage of a controversial law in the Israeli parliament, which defines the occupied territories as the so-called nation-state of the Jewish people.
Clashes have broken out between Israeli military forces and a group of Palestinian protesters over the demolition of a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank as the Tel Aviv regime presses ahead with its land expropriation policies in the occupied territories irrespective of great international outcry.
Tens of thousands of protesters rallied against the ruling Social Democrat (PSD) government on Friday in cities across Romania and the capital Bucharest where riot police fired tear gas into the crowd and hundreds needed medical attention.
Demonstrations have turned violent in Peru during the Independence Day rallies after protesters faced off with riot police amid simmering public anger over newly-revealed alleged corruption of the government of President Martin Vizcarra and members of the judiciary.
Iraqi police have opened fire to break up crowds of demonstrators who had gathered near the southern oil hub of Basra to protest against a shortage of jobs, electricity, water and a number of other basic services, killing and wounding several demonstrators, local officials say.