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Protests, sparked by anger over social and economic conditions, continue in Santiago, despite Chile declaring a state of emergency and deploying soldiers into the streets.
Looters are seen running from a shopping centre with what appears to be stolen merchandise in their arms, as fresh clashes broke out in Chile's capital.
US forces withdraw from their largest base in northern Syria, as people in the town of Tall Tamr welcome ambulances carrying Kurdish wounded from the besieged Syrian town of Ras al-Ain.
The centre-right pro-union Ciudadanos party, which was born out of opposition to Catalan separatism, holds a rally in front of Catalonia's regional government headquarters in Barcelona run under the slogan: "That's enough! Justice and coexistence".
Tens of thousands of Lebanese take to the streets for a fourth day to protest political stasis and corruption, as the government was rocked by the resignation of a coalition partner.
A plane and its passengers were put through mental and physical testing during the world's longest ever flight from New York to Sydney this weekend.
Hotels in Thailand's most popular holiday island have been forced to slash prices with rooms left vacant and beaches sparse as tourist chiefs struggle with a plunge in Chinese visitors caused by the US trade war and stronger baht.
Long associated with gang violence, the Regent Park neighborhood of Canada's largest city Toronto has changed. But firearms continue to claim lives, prompting calls ahead of national elections for tougher gun controls.
Hong Kong police fire multiple rounds of tear gas outside a police station and demonstrators respond by throwing Molotov cocktails, as large crowds of Hong Kongers defy a police ban and take part in an illegal march.
Large crowds of Hong Kongers defy a police ban and began an illegal march on Sunday, their numbers swollen by anger over the recent stabbing and beating of two pro-democracy protesters.
Large crowds of Hong Kongers defy a police ban and begin an illegal march, their numbers swollen by anger over the recent stabbing and beating of two pro-democracy protesters.
Demonstrators in Chile clash with police despite a state of emergency declared to deal with Santiago's worst violence years. Protesters bang pots and pans in the latest expression of anger over social and economic woes.
People in London react after the British Parliament voted an amendment forcing the Prime minister Boris Johnson to delay Brexit while they further consider his EU divorce deal.
Lebanese protesters rally in downtown Beirut as hundreds continue to gather for a third night of demonstrations against tax increases and official corruption.
Fans react after the New Zealand All Blacks thrash Ireland 46-14 in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in Tokyo. "The All Blacks were just a very class act," says All Blacks fan Scot Tasker.
People standing on Parliament Square in London react as John Bercow, speaker of the House of Commons, reads out the vote result of the Letwin amendment (322-306) which has the effect of forcing Johnson to ask EU leaders to delay Brexit beyond Octo...
Over a thousand gather in Hong Kong's Central business district for a prayer meeting ahead of a planned mass rally on Sunday that is banned by the police. The vigil calls for international aid for the city's pro-democracy movement and mourn for th...
Clean up begins on the streets of Barcelona after a night of clashes which saw radical separatists hurling rocks and fireworks at police who responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. Separatists are calling for renewed protests this evening.
England fans aim at Rugby World Cup final against host Japan after they thumped their old enemy Australia 40-16 to become the first team to reach the semi-finals.