“Anyone who can help, we need some help, man,” one inmate says as the camera on one video pans between two bloodied inmates.
Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear and stays alive.
At least 844 people and 33 police were injured in the violence sparked by the Catalan independence referendum yesterday.
According to a new report from HM Inspectorate of Prisons, just 29 percent of inmates describe the meals they receive as "good"—and it's leading to violence.
Putting Guns 'n' Roses and Metallica on the same tour was the greatest of bad ideas.
"Riot" strikes a particularly raw and poignant chord in the wake of the senseless, tragic shootings in Orlando this past weekend.
There's been a spike of apparent "riots" reported in the British media recently. But are they even really riots, and how much do police tactics have to do with the escalation of these otherwise peaceful situations?
Anonymous protesters flooded London last night, setting off smoke bombs and causing mayhem.
The internet went mad for the idea of girl gangs conducting violent college warfare on the streets of East London.
Are riots planned, or do prisoners just reach breaking point?
On the day before Victoria bans smoking in prisons, an estimated 300 prisoners have rioted at the Metropolitan Remand Centre in Melbourne's west.
At every student protest in Chile, a bunch of "encapuchados" stands ready to burn stuff and throw things at rio-cops' heads.