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# Riots

This week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
New Caledonia: France deploys army, imposes curfew and bans TikTok in response to riots
Teenager arrested as part of investigations into Dublin city riots last year
This month
May 2024
Man charged in connection with investigation into Dublin riots
Last year
Local councillor: Dublin's inner city needs hard work, not political games
Janet Horner
Youth worker: 'I could easily have been one of those rioting'
Glen Kearney
Legislation to provide gardaí with body-worn cameras passes
Garda public order units to be armed with tasers, Commissioner tells TDs
Tánaiste says McEntee will have full backing of all Fianna Fáil TDs if no confidence vote called
The Explainer: Out of control - how did an attack in Dublin lead to riots and looting?
John O'Brien: Enough of the Minister and Commissioner's magical thinking around law and order
John O'Brien
Increased Garda presence in Dublin, Opposition declare no confidence in Commissioner
A five-year-old girl remains in critical condition in hospital following a stabbing yesterday.
Gardaí are out in force in the city centre following last night's unrest.
Sinn Féin expressed no confidence in the Justice Minister, but she said she will not resign.
The five-year-old girl who was injured in yesterday's stabbing incident remains in critical condition
Dublin riots: How a mob in the capital turned to looting, arson and calls to kill
Dublin city centre was largely shut down last night as rioters attacked gardaí, looted shops and set vehicles on fire.
What exactly happened in Dublin city and how did the situation escalate so quickly?
To understand that, we need to explore what has been happening online in terms of anti-immigration rhetoric
As is often the case with a breaking news story, many rumours gained traction yesterday before the truth had time to emerge
Justice Minister says she will not resign after parties declare no confidence in her
PSNI send two water cannon to gardaí following last night's riots in Dublin
In pictures: The violent riots in Dublin city centre and the aftermath of the chaos
French mayors hold anti-violence rallies six days after police shooting sparked riots
Grandmother of killed French teen urges calm as mayor's home attacked
Over 1,300 arrested in France as protests continue on day of killed teen's funeral
Police injured in January 6th riots could sue Trump for damages, says US justice department
Brazil's riots at Congress: what we know so far
All time
Riots erupt in Brussels after Morocco stun Belgium at World Cup
Iran doubles official toll for Tehran prison fire deaths to eight
Riots in Sweden 'linked to criminal gangs who target police'
Death toll rises to 32 in South Africa as rioting and looting continues
Six dead in South Africa riots over jailing of ex-leader Zuma
Second night of violence in the Netherlands amid anger over Covid-19 curfew
'I can't stay': US envoy to Northern Ireland resigns after pro-Trump rioters storm Capitol Hill
Riots break out in Sweden after protesters host Koran-burning rally in Malmo
Chile orders new curfew as unrest death toll hits 11
French yellow vest marches enter 19th weekend, as protestors banned from Champs-Elysées
Paris police chief fired following yellow vest riots on Champs-Elysées
Mother and child saved from apartment building set on fire by yellow vest protesters in Paris
7 killed and 17 injured in South Carolina prison riot
68 people killed in Venezuelan jail fire
Death toll rises in Iran unrest as protesters 'attempt to take over police stations and military bases'
Two shot dead in protests over disputed Kenyan election
Candidate shot dead as Venezuelans line up to vote in controversial election
Riot squads were used at least once a day in Portlaoise Prison last year
Cars torched, supermarkets looted and 200 officers injured in anti-G20 protests
25 years ago: More than 50 died and LA was ripped apart in the Rodney King riots