Northern Ireland - Another night of violence |
Scotland - Travel disruption expected on Sunday because of strike action by the RMT |
Netherlands - Protests Ahead Of General Election |
Vetlanda - A man armed with an axe attacked and wounded eight people in a southern town in Sweden. |
Hundreds of people have gathered for 'Kill the Bill' protests across England today.
Demonstrations have taken place in cities including London, Leeds and Manchester - with more planned for tonight and tomorrow.
Following an easing of England restrictions, the protests are now lawful – providing organisers submit a risk assessment and take steps to ensure the gatherings are safe. The proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill would give police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests, including those deemed too noisy or a nuisance. Those convicted are liable to fines or jail terms.
Violent protests erupted on Tuesday night in several Spanish cities after the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasél. The artist was convicted for insulting the monarchy and glorifying terrorism. Two men were severely...
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German police unleashed water cannon to scatter thousands of protesters angry over plans to empower Chancellor Angela Merkel's government to push to enshrine coronavirus restrictions into existing law. Police...