Verdict in the trial of leading separatists expected early next week.
Organisers say Scotland will not fulfil its potential being in the United Kingdom.
Many Britons fear they will lose their free access to Spanish healthcare, currently assured by the European Union, as a result of Brexit.
Anti-capitalist activists, environmentalists and other anti-globalisation groups are flocking to southwestern France for a counter-summit which they insist will be peaceful.
Police inform committee members they are also being investigated under the Peaceful Assembly Act.
President Rodrigo Duterte has repeatedly made jokes about rape and said last year that when he was a teen he indecently 'touched' the family maid.
The marches gathered some 3,000 people in Sydney, who in their chants demanded safe streets for women in Australian cities.
Trump says he will veto any legislation Congress sends to his desk that weakens the protection of human life.
They want the government to ease problems faced by students.
Thousands of students burned the Stars and Stripes, an effigy of Uncle Sam and pictures of President Donald Trump.
The theme of this year's march was to support pro-gay rights referendums.
The march on parliament is set to be a noisy and festive affair uniting tens of thousands in the seemingly hopeless task of convincing Prime Minister Theresa May to hold a second Brexit referendum.
Some 100 supporters of Pemantau Malaysia Baru are attempting to march to Parliament to protest alleged attempts to undermine Islam and the rights of Malays.
Protesters packed the main arteries of the capital, waving British, Irish and European flags and colourful banners to call for a "People's Vote" on the eventual deal in which Britain leaves the world's biggest trading bloc.
President Jimmy Morales has been accused of corruption for suspected illegal electoral campaign financing.
The protest was targeted at profit-making in higher education.
The march had been called by a platform set up in March to "defend Catalan institutions" and "the rights and fundamental freedoms" of its citizens.
Fifty-seven escaped in the immediate aftermath and four years on, 112 are still being held -- a global symbol of the Islamist insurgency that has devastated the region.
Mourners were to gather in Paris on Wednesday for a silent march to condemn the gruesome killing of an 85-year-old Jewish woman, the latest of several anti-Semitic attacks that have rattled France's Jewish community.
The marchers demand that soldiers end their backing for the junta, which took power following a May 2014 coup, but also says they did not want another military takeover.
Daily says a new government will be in place before mid-May.
The 180-kilometre march from Nashik to Mumbai was organised by All India Kisan Sabha.
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Buenos Aires and capital cities across Latin America Thursday to mark International Women's Day and protest against gender-based violence.
Sunday's Women Against Toxic Politics march saw women from every race, age and background making a stand for equality in Malaysia.
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