Beijing has vowed to punish those pushing for formal independence for the self-ruled island.
Sectarian violence in the 1970s and 80s was set well into the far left, but could a post-Brexit referendum see a new breed of far right extremism crawl out from the fringes?
“Quebecers are tired of choosing between the status quo and an imaginary country,” Francois Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, said on Wednesday.
Chinese officials called a group of ethnic Uighurs who had sought asylum in Thailand "illegal immigrants," and said they had tried to join militants in Turkey, Syria, or Iraq.
Demonstrators in Turkey rallied in solidarity with 109 Uighur refugees who were repatriated from Thailand to China this week.
A man was charged after walking around Belfast Uni wearing nothing but a plastic bag over his head.
The Azov Batallion has been called patriotic by some, neo-Nazis by others, and on Monday night they were at Kiev's Olympic Stadium for a Euro 2016 qualifying match.
The group is allegedly linked to neo-Nazism.
We interviewed the Bloc Québécois' new leader, Mario Beaulieu, and discussed how one breathes life into a party reeling from electoral catastrophe.
Ukrainian journalist Irma Krat was seized by pro-Russia separatists in Sloviansk and twice paraded before reporters in a blindfold.
Protesters who occupied official buildings in eastern Ukraine were still there, as officials' threats to forcibly evict didn't happen.