Thousands of police officers to be deployed as 50,000 protesters expected to descend
'Someone should look into who paid for the small organised rallies yesterday. The election is over!' says President
‘We are here to demand more democracy, an end to Vučić’s dictatorial regime and a better future’
International body warns new President's hostility to dissent is a threat to democracy
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny also detained in Moscow as authorities blame detentions on ‘illegal provocation’
Anti-Brexit politicians will urge Remain voters to 'keep fighting'
Dahlonega grapples with troubled past
Pupils were told they could only use the toilet between 11.05-11.25am and 12.25-12.45pm
Pre-sale orders of his autobiography soared after the protests at Berkeley
Protests over the alleged sexual assault of a youth worker have lasted for six nights in the Paris suburbs and are spreading across the country
The controversial project has been given the go-ahead after months of protests
'Romania needs a government that is transparent, which governs predictably by the light of day, not sneakily at night'
The demonstrations were in response to an average price rise of 2.3 per cent
Those commuting from Luton to London pay an average of £387 a month - compared with the £61 paid by those in Paris and Rome
The leader of Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has told opposition protesters, including MPs occupying parliament's debating chamber, their actions were illegal and could lead to a “great calamity”.
Mandate to rule ran out at midnight but leader appears determined to extend term