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About 10,000 people take to the streets in Budapest to protest at a large increase in overtime work.
"John of God", who is accused of abusing 300 women, said he surrendered to "earthly justice".
Critics say the recent pursuit of a hardline Hindutva agenda by India's ruling party has backfired.
The 36-year-old Polish-born man had been in a coma for five days after Tuesday's attack.
Thousands of demonstrators in Brussels march against a UN migration pact, signed in Marrakech last week.
The man had illegally demolished a famed San Francisco home built in the 1930s.
The president tweets he will "review" the case of Mathew Golsteyn, a US soldier charged with murder.
New York police officers went to Colin Kroll's Manhattan flat after a request to check on him.
A restaurant in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo is hit by a huge explosion.
The measures threaten to "block the path to denuclearisation forever", the North says.
Thousands attend a march called by Flemish right-wing parties over fears of increasing immigration.
An "immediate" truce between Yemen's warring parties will now begin on 18 December, officials say.
More than 40 people are injured in the explosion and fire in the city of Sapporo.
The perpetrators are urging victims to support the YouTube star and protect their systems.
President Putin says the government should control rap music and youth culture, rather than ban it.
The Saturday Night Live comedian reportedly wrote he didn't "want to be on this earth anymore".
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said the soldiers had marched to his office in order to kill him.
The discovery of a container with more than 1,000 tusks is the country's largest ever ivory bust.
Spiritual healer "John of God", accused of sexually abusing 300 women, failed to turn himself in.
The president's choice for new acting White House chief of staff was not always a fan, video shows.