A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
Thousands of anti-austerity activists from 39 European countries have rallied in Frankfurt in protest against the European Central Bank. The ECB opened its new headquarters in the German financial city.
Violence has marred the start of anti-austerity rallies in Frankfurt, held to coincide with the European Central Bank (ECB) opening its new headquarters. Thousands of protesters are demonstrating.
Rallies have taken place across Brazil, with labor unions and activists marching in support of state oil giant Petrobras and President Dilma Rousseff. It comes ahead of a weekend protest against the leader.
The Democratic Republic of Congo has freed a US diplomat it arrested but is still detaining several young political activists. President Joseph Kabila is under intense pressure not to seek re-election in 2016.