Paul Kessler, 69, died of a head injury a day after the altercation, which California authorities haven't ruled out as a hate crime. A suspect was identified but no arrests have been made.
British police estimated that up to 100,000 marchers participated. The crowds, carrying Palestinian flags, also demanded that Israel discontinue deadly airstrikes in the enclave.
Nahel M.'s killing is a rallying call, similar to how George Floyd's murder in Minneapolis sparked intense protests. As in the U.S. case, eyewitness video conflicted with the official narrative.
Lawmakers in the former Soviet republic voted Friday to drop their "foreign agents" bill, which critics view as a threat to democracy as well as the country's push to join the European Union.
Women marched on International Women's Day to demand equal rights in Pakistan. But their slogans, like "my body, my choice," are red meat for conservatives who see the protesters as un-Islamic.
As Memphis braces for video footage and protests, pastor and police reform advocate Earle Fisher says he's "seen far too much Black death as a spectacle." He shares his concerns and hopes in the case.
The Culture Ministry said it had closed the country's most famous tourist attraction as well as the Inca Trail leading up to the site "to protect the safety of tourists and the population in general."
Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered in central Tel Aviv on Saturday night to protest plans to overhaul the legal system and weaken the Supreme Court.
Protests against Peruvian President Dina Boluarte's government that have left dozens of people dead since they began a month ago spread through the south of the Andean country.
President Ebrahim Raisi said Iran had "shortcomings" but said the unrest sparked last month by the death of a woman in the custody of the country's morality police was a plot by Iran's enemies.