Portuguese fuel stations have been limited to selling 25 litres per car and 100 litres per truck while tanker drivers strike over pay. Some motorists are crossing into Spain to seek extra supplies.
Opposition-led protests have unfolded across India over surging fuel prices, a key issue ahead of next year's general election. Pockets of the country saw protesters block trains and vandalize cars.
When Poland turned the taps off on contaminated Russian oil this week, fears of price hikes were felt in Germany and Poland. But for Belarus, the issue could have deeper ramifications in its relations with Moscow.
After more than a week of truck driver protests, supplies are slowly getting through to Brazilian cities. But President Michel Temer's political future looks bleak. DW's Thomas Milz reports.
Zimbabweans continue to express their anger at new government austerity measures which aim to boost the country's struggling economy, as security forces crack down on protesters. But a solution may be a long way off.
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