Those at Friday's event became violent and threw projectiles at police as they entered an estate at Havelock Close in West London, the police said in a statement.
A Greenville County sheriff's deputy noticed a "disturbance” at Lavish Lounge just before 2 a.m., and called for backup because of "active gunfire from inside the building,” Lt. Jimmy Bolt said in a statement.
Dutch police were hunting an assailant who stabbed three minors in The Hague’s main shopping street as people looked for bargains on Black Friday.
The protesters chanted pro-democracy slogans in Causeway Bay, one of the city's busiest shopping districts, as riot police warned them with loudspeakers and flags that the gathering was unlawful and that they should disperse.
Lebanon's foreign minister said on French radio on Thursday that an investigating committee had been given four days to determine responsibility for the blast, which killed 145 people and wounded at least 5,000.
The Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) said on Sunday that torrential rains triggered the disaster on Saturday evening in the town of Sumedang, where a second landslide buried residents and a rescue team that had been searching for the initial victims.
The main cause of the accident is believed to be the result of reckless behaviour of a driver who was driving at a slow speed in front of the truck which confused other drivers.
An insurance company will now pay Dhs150,000 in compensation to a delivery driver after he was hit by a vehicle insured by the company, the Abu Dhabi Court of First Instance has ruled.
The horrific explosions that ripped through the port area of Beirut on Tuesday leaving dozens dead and thousands wounded have happened at a time when the country is already reeling under acute economic and political crisis, as well as battling the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.