Bahraini police forces fired tear gas and water cannons at hundreds of protesters who tried on Tuesday to walk to Pearl Roundabout, the epicentre of last year's Shi'ite uprising, after the funeral of 22-year-old Mohamed Mushaima who died on Tuesday morning.
Tbilisi's Rustaveli avenue was jammed with celebrations on Monday night after surprise opposition victory in Georgian elections.
Ed Miliband gave his 'One Nation' speech to the Labour Conference 2012 in Manchester.
Police clashed with demonstrators on Wednesday after hundreds took to the streets of central Tehran to protest over Iran's plunging currency, which this week has lost more than half of its value, AFP and activists have reported.
At least 70 people were arrested at the Greek Ministry of Defence in Athens on Thursday after protesters, reportedly shipyard workers, attempted to 'storm' the building, leading to clashes with the police.
Facebook censored overnight a breast cancer campaign poster picturing a topless woman with the slogan "Do like me. Get tested will save your life."
Protesters gathered in front of the Royal Courts of Justice on Friday afternoon to express support for Abu Hamza al-Masri, Babar Ahmad, Syed Talha Ahsan, Adel Abdul Bary and Khaled al-Fawwaz ahead of their extradition verdict, which has now been announced. All five suspects will be allowed to be extraditied to the US.