A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
The witnesses of Keith Lamont Scott's death in Charlotte used Facebook Live to tell two stories of a police shooting: One of a grieving family and angry activists, and that of a protest gone wrong.
Anti-government activists in Zimbabwe vow to challenge a police ban on protests in the high court. Meanwhile, demonstrations have been planned despite the ban.
After a protracted debate over Dilma Rousseff’s ouster, the country’s first female president is impeached by a vote of 61 to 20. Donna Bowater reports from Brazil that the way forward for the country remains unclear.
Police have used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse a violent demonstration in Sao Paulo over fare hikes. Some protesters started throwing rocks at security forces and caused damaged to banks and offices.
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