Berlin police used water cannons to subdue “aggressive” demonstrators protesting against the government’s COVID-19 restrictions and made at least 200 arrests last Nov. 18.
Police in Tbilisi, Georgia used water cannons and tear gas against crowds protesting against the alleged rigged parliamentary election results outside the Central Election Commission (CEC) building last Nov. 8.
The Polish government has delayed the publication and implementation of a controversial top court ruling that bans nearly all abortions as nationwide protests continue.
Police in Graham, North Carolina used pepper spray to disperse a march at a courthouse and made at least eight arrests on various charges.
Pakistani opposition leader Muhammad Safdar was released on bail last Oct.19, a day after being arrested for raising anti-government slogans at a mausoleum ahead of a rally.