BBC news with Debbie Ross.
The U.N human rights chief Michelle Bracelet says she extremely concerned that the situation in Bolivia can spin out of control, following the departure of the former president Evo Morales. She warned against the excessive use of force by the security forces.
French police have used tear gas and water cannon against yellow-vest protesters in Paris on the first anniversary of the movement. Several thousands yellow-vest protesters are on the streets of the French capital.
Police in the Czech capital Prague say at least 200,000 people have attended the demonstration against the prime minister Andrej Babiš. Prosecutors recently halted a criminal investigation into alleged EU subsidy fraud.
As protests widen across Iran over fuel price rise in rushing, the prosecutor general has warned that the police and judiciary are duty bond to suppress what he described as saboteurs. Mohammad Jafar Montazeri said Iranians ought to distance themselves from those showing enmity towards the Islamic system.
随着伊朗各地针对油价上涨的抗议活动愈演愈烈，总检察长警告称，警察和司法部门有责任镇压破坏分子。Mohammad Jafar Montazeri说，伊朗人应该与那些对伊斯兰系统表现出敌意的人保持距离。
Ukraine security service says it's arrested the boss of the country's 3rd biggest bank. Oleksandr Pisaruk, who heads Raiffeisen Bank has been charged with money laundering.
The Trump impeachment inquiry is hearing from a White House budget official. Mark Sandy is the first staff from the office of management and budget to defy President Trump's instructions not to testify.
Climate change protesters have linked arms to block access to the private jet terminal at Geneva airport in Switzerland. About 100 activists from the extinction rebellion group chanted slogans and waved protest signs.