A tense standoff between white farmers and black activists gripped the South African town of Senekal on Friday.
The embattled president is the third to be toppled by popular uprisings in the former Soviet country since 2005.
Police said they arrested more than 20 people for violating the state of emergency. They have not been officially charged.
Protesters say the prime minister is unfit to rule while on trial for corruption charges and accusing him of mismanaging the nation’s coronavirus crisis.
The visit comes less than two weeks after Catalonia's regional chief, Quim Torra, was removed from office by Spain's Supreme Court.
Chilean police used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters gathered at Santiago's iconic Plaza Italia square.
Measures that are rightly being put in place by governments to restrict the spread of COVID-19 are now being used as a means to put an end to our right to protest when they make poor decisions.
The closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille amid a surge of COVID-19 cases has prompted fears of similar measures elsewhere in France.
Weiwei claimed that the treatment of Assange bore similarities to the way Chinese authorities suppress dissidents.
Mexico has ordered 25 arrest warrants for those suspected to have been involved in the disappearance of 43 students six years ago including soldiers and police.
On the day the country marked the 100th anniversary of its independence, thousands took to the streets of Bulgaria to continue to demand the government's resignation.
Police had tried to ban the march but the city court allowed it to go ahead with a limit of 1,000 participants — authorities estimated 3,000 turned up.
In Paris, where police used tear gas after some protesters left an authorised route, a car and rubbish bins were also set on fire.
Three nights of unrest in Bogota began after a video went viral on social media showing a man, Javier Ordonez, being repeatedly tasered by police as he's arrested.
Thousands of protesting migrants left homeless on the Greek island of Lesbos after fires destroyed the notoriously overcrowded Moria camp gathered on a road leading to the island's main town Friday, demanding to be allowed to leave.
An estimated 50,000 pro-independence protesters attended the main demonstration in Barcelona to mark the Catalan National Day. It was a muted affair compared to previous years because of local coronavirus restrictions.
Opposition leader Hristo Ivanov tells Euronews that the prime minister's plans to amend the constitution have already "reached a dead end".
Dozens of protesters staged a "die-in" protest in central London on Sunday, against police brutality and anti-black racism.
Justice minister Danail Kirilov is the fifth minister to resign from the government since protests started in July as the public anger shows no signs of abating.