Unrest has spread across the continent as countries bring in measures to curb infections. from: BBC News
Riots erupt in the Netherlands for a second night, with protests held in Austria, Italy and France. from: BBC News
Police officers were out in force to prevent violence and protect shops, with some store owners lamenting that the protests disrupt business. From: New York Times
The police in Vienna said that 10 of 11 demonstrations registered for Saturday involved protests over rules including a newly announced lockdown and vaccine requirement. From: New York Times
Measures meant to overhaul the country’s troubled agricultural sector prompted nearly a year of sustained demonstrations. From: New York Times
Julius Jones is due to be executed on Thursday, but his last hope rests with the Oklahoma governor. from: BBC News
Demonstrators argue angrily in Wisconsin as a jury deliberates in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five protesters were killed, medics say, days after military leaders tightened their grip on power.
The group has staged protests for weeks over a nationwide Covid rule, often blocking traffic and access to city centers. From: New York Times
The BBC has been told of bullying and harassment by anti-vaccination campaigners.
The guidance was issued after a pregnant woman’s death was blamed on Poland’s strict abortion laws. from: BBC News
Protesters gathered at George Square in central Glasgow on Friday. From: New York Times
After leading the resistance to the government’s new health pass, the northeastern port city of Trieste is home to a worrying spike in cases. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Kathleen Stock, who has quit her job, says it was surreal to see her name “plastered over every wall”.
A family’s lawyer links the death of a 30-year-old mother to tighter abortion laws. from: BBC News
Protesters caused delays near Manchester Airport, as well as targeting the M25 and Birmingham.
Two people are reportedly killed as crowds press for a return to a civilian-led government. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Thousands of activists head to Glasgow to make their climate change concerns known.
Activists called for a “march of millions” on Saturday, days after the military seized power. American officials said peaceful demonstrations must be permitted. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.