Anti-government protesters in Albania have hurled firebombs and flares at riot police standing in front of the main government building.
Hundreds of mothers, fathers and families with babies and children took to the streets to demand urgent action on climate change.
Thousands of supporters of Albania’s centre-right opposition have protested in the capital Tirana, calling for the left-wing government to resign and for an early parliamentary election.
Protesters shouted “shame on you” at the Duke of Cambridge as he entered Westminster Abbey for a service to mark 50 years of the UK’s nuclear deterrent.
The Extinction Rebellion movement is here to stay, will not go away, and is set to keep growing, wildlife television presenter Chris Packham has said.
Passengers whose flights are cancelled or delayed as a result of environmental protests at Heathrow Airport have been warned they are unlikely to be able to get compensation.
A father who joined three generations of his family at a climate change protest has emphasised it is a “multi-generational issue”, adding that disruption in London “can wake us up” to it.
Young demonstrators took to the streets of London in the latest colourful protest over climate change.
The official guardians of Culloden Battlefield have launched a public appeal to protect the iconic moor amid warnings continued development could ruin the site forever.
A protester has caused Eurostar services between London and Paris to be cancelled after apparently trespassing on the tracks.
There was no shortage of placards and signs on display in central London as hundreds of thousands of protesters marched on Parliament to demand the public are given a final say over Brexit.
Police have warned pro-Brexit campaigners planning “go slow” protests on the UK’s roads that they could face prosecution.
Nigel Farage will lead a march from Sunderland to London in protest against attempts to “betray the will of the people over Brexit”.
Hundreds of schoolchildren and students have gathered across the country to demand action over climate change.
Thirteen people have been arrested after a protest against the Scottish Oil Club’s annual dinner in Edinburgh.
A ScotRail apology to disgruntled passengers and a promise of compensation was attacked by politicians for being “just not good enough” yesterday.
An Aberdeen dad told to stay away from the holiday park where his son died has threatened to stage a protest there on December 25.
A teenager’s home-made contraption proved the most eye-catching of the 1,500 bicycles which took to the new AWPR yesterday.
Controversial plans to build more than 100 houses near Nairn have been narrowly approved - despite the best efforts of protesters.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the entrance to Trump International Golf Links in Balmedie to demonstrate against the US leader.
Placard-waving protesters last night launched a last-ditch appeal for councillors to reject plans for a housing development at Rubislaw Quarry.
A folk singer is celebrating turning 80 by releasing a new CD.
Labour MSP Richard Leonard has branded plans to close RBS branches in the north as ‘economic vandalism’ against rural communities.
Crowds have gathered at Howe Moss Drive in Aberdeen to stage an anti-fracking protest.
A senior member of staff at the University of Aberdeen has been recorded charging head first at students and manhandling a female protester.
Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has said he would “absolutely” take a pay cut if it meant being paid the same as a female actress, as he attended a gender equality march.
Potential changes to the contracts of city bus drivers have been branded “draconian, Victorian era” proposals.
A protest march is to be staged opposing controversial plans for a housing development next to the Culloden Battlefield.
A health union has been accused of being patronising after telling staff not to attend a protest march during work time or in uniform.
A petition with an unprecedented 100,000-plus signatures was delivered to Highland Council yesterday to highlight the scale of opposition to proposed ship-to-ship oil transfers in the Moray Firth.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of America's capital city over the weekend for a counter-inauguration protest.
A Moray war widow will march on parliament to demand that "unfair" rules governing pension payments are overturned.