Heavily armed security forces in pick-up trucks mounted with machine guns were deployed in large numbers all around the capital.
Sudanese army rulers and protesters have failed to reach an agreement yet again on the make-up of a new ruling body as negotiations.
Paris police say 142 people have been detained and 19 taken into police custody in the French capital, including "yellow vest" leader Eric Drouet.
Very few people gathered in Versailles and there were far fewer demonstrators in the streets of Paris than in previous weeks.
Experts say there is no way for Macron, who has already backed down on energy tax hikes, to meet the many and often contradictory demands of the diverse group of protesters.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will also unveil other measures to boost the living standards of low-income households.
Only two protesters turned up for the talks at the prime minister's office and one walked out immediately.
The Supreme Court in September overturned a ban on women of menstruating age, between 10 and 50, entering and praying at the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala in the southern state of Kerala.
The landmark ruling will take effect from Wednesday and for the first time allow all female pilgrims to enter the temple, considered one of the holiest for Hindus and visited by millions of devotees each year.
Police snipers were stationed on rooftops and the area was cordoned off after the city authorities cancelled plans for up to 25,000 people to be allowed to gather outside the mosque.
The education minister promises to meet with the group once he returns from his three-day trip to Sarawak.
10 members of the security forces are also wounded.
Alam, who is a voter in his hometown in Barishal, in southern Bangladesh, said he would vote for the first time this year - for Khaleda's Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP).
Penang CM says protesting group got their facts wrong.
No tear gas was fired, no one was arrested and there was no violence in the three protests held recently – welcome to the new Malaysia.
The gas was used to disperse the protesters but it ended up blowing in the direction of the peloton, which led to the race being stopped at the 187 km-to-go point.
The protests held in Samawah were about quality of public services and corruption.
Judge Unaizah Mohd handed down the sentence after finding defence had failed to raise a reasonable doubt in the prosecution’s case.
Mali's opposition claimed that live ammunition was used against protesters in Bamako.
At least 22 protesters who criticised a rise in metro prices in Cairo were arrested.
Among those killed were Saddam Padder, a Hizbul Mujahideen commander, and Mohammad Rafi Bhat, a Kashmiri professor with alleged ties to militant groups.
The protesters were linked to the Brotherhood for Democracy, a pro-democracy activist network.
Serbian politician Marko Đurić was detained, while protesters who favoured a nationalist stance were attacked with tear gas.
The rally was a response to Czech President Miloš Zeman's scathing remarks about Česká televize.
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