Italy's capital Rome has come to a standstill as tens of thousands of students have once again staged a protest against the government's austerity plans.
Up to 50,000 students paraded throughout the city on Tuesday as part of nationwide anti-government protests.
Organizers called the demonstrations “Block Everything Day."
Greek journalists strike over pay cuts
The 24-hour strike has put a halt to news programs, website updates and newspaper publications, with many of the Greece's state and private TV channels broadcasting cartoons instead of news programs.
British students in fresh protests
Tens of thousands of school, college and university students were expected to protest against education cuts on the third day of demonstrations this month.
Aaron Porter, the president of the National Union of Students (NUS) also wrote to Clegg, calling the Lib Dems' U-turn on tuition fees a “betrayal.”
Massive anti-govt. protests held in Italy
More than 100,000 demonstrators joined members of Italy's largest labor union to protest against the austerity plans proposed by the government.
Portugal at standstill over strikes
Portugal's biggest trade unions stage a 24-hour general strike, the first in over two decades, to protest at the government's austerity measures.
New France strikes to follow Senate passage of pension law
Nearly 70 percent public support for strikesGermans protest austerity package
German protesters have gathered outside the parliament building in the capital city Berlin to show their anger at the government's austerity package.
Nearly 100,000 Germans marched across the country in Stuttgart, Dortmund, Nuremberg and Erfurt.
Thousands of Irish protest austerity cuts
TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE have turned out for austerity protests in Dublin.
Tens of thousands of angry workers marched through cities across Europe to protest against the wave of government austerity measures that have swept through the region over the past year. A procession of roughly 100,000 people snaked through the streets of Brussels, a pointed jibe at the bankers many blame for the current crisis.
Police officers, firefighters, soldiers and nurses were among tens of thousands protesting in Prague on Tuesday over government plans to slash salaries. Between 25,000 and 30,000 people from across the Czech Republic took part in the protest, according to official police figures. The demonstration, the country's biggest labor protest of the past three years, brought traffic in some parts of the city to a halt.
Representatives of the All Poland Trade Union Agreement (OPZZ) and Solidarity are holding a demonstration in Warsaw. Held under the motto "NO for budget cuts, YES for job security and economic growth," the protest is part of an international action by the European Trade Union Confederation. Similar protests have been organized in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Romania, the Czech Republic, Serbia, Lithuania, Latvia and Cyprus.
Thousands of Romanian clerks, nurses and teachers marched through the capital Bucharest on Wednesday protesting against tax hikes and state-sector wage cuts, but the demonstration looked unlikely to sway policy. Around 17,000 people protested outside government headquarters in Bucharest.
Leftist demonstrators clashed with police and set fire to a police car and rubbish bins in Barcelona on the margins of a nationwide general strike. Spanish unions launched a 24-hour nationwide general strike Wednesday to protest the socialist government's tough labour reforms and austerity measures aimed at slashing unemployment and reviving the battered economy.