Civil unrest in eastern Libya's Benghazi is a strong signal that cracks are beginning to appear in Khalifa Haftar's strongholds.
Thousands march in Berlin and other cities urging the European bloc and German government to do more to help migrants and refugees stuck in Greece.
Protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak declared victory and told the crowd that the next protest demanding a new constitution and reforms to curb the powers of the monarchy would be on Thursday outside parliament.
The talks in Sochi come as the UN rights chief urges investigation into torture allegations against Belarus security forces stemming from the response to protests over the disputed reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko.
Abdullah Al Thani, the head of the government, which is not recognised internationally, submitted its resignation to the speaker of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh.
The crowd rallied outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence, blowing whistles, waving signs and flags and calling for his resignation.
At least 13 people have been killed and over 400 wounded during widespread disturbances after a video released on social media showed Ordonez being repeatedly tasered by police during a street arrest.
The wave of violence erupted over a video showing two officers holding down a 43-year-old man being tasered as he begged them to stop and highlights long simmering tensions over excessive use of force by police.
Egyptians took to the streets following the death in police custody of Islam Al Ostraly. The rare display of discontent came as exiled whistleblower Mohamed Ali called for new protests on September 20.
While street protests have largely lost momentum, anti-government and anti-Beijing sentiment persists, with China's offer of mass coronavirus testing for Hong Kong residents prompting calls for a boycott amid public distrust.
Protests demanding that Prime Minister Netanyahu resign over several corruption indictments and his handling of the novel coronavirus crisis have been mounting in recent weeks.
Tongliao city police have unveiled headshots and descriptions of 129 suspects alongside a $150 reward for leads in a bid to squash protests by ethnic Mongolians against a new policy that can endanger the Mongolian language.
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