Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic charged higher Wednesday after the US midterm elections produced no major surprises, triggering a relief rally.
Thousands of students burned the Stars and Stripes, an effigy of Uncle Sam and pictures of President Donald Trump.
Police issue warning following a rally planned for next Wednesday by taxi drivers objecting to the e-hailing service.
Organisers said at least 242,000 people turned out for the rally.
The complaint adds Prince to a long line of musicians or their representatives who have objected to Trump blasting out their tunes at his public rallies.
They also want the prime minister to consider their plight as they may lose their jobs.
Frontline state Italy has clamped down on asylum-seekers under far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.
Representatives from English Scots for Yes, a group set up to dispel the notion that Scottish nationalism is 'anti-English', were also present.
The protesters released black balloons printed with the words "Free Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo".
The National Patriots Association hits out at Umno leaders for claiming Pakatan Harapan does not protect the interests of Malays and the Malay rulers.
The “Melayu Bangkit” rally would have been more useful if the organisers had galvanised the Malays to make full use of government initiatives to help uplift the Bumiputeras.
Something serious has to be done to discourage the stoking and fomenting of issues centred around race and religion.
A group backing Penang's transport plan presents a memo to the chief minister, saying the state should have gone ahead with the project a long time ago.
Cardi B and Janet Jackson will headline the festival in New York in support of preserving international aid to eradicate extreme poverty.
Organizers said 1,200 protested, while the police estimated 600 attended at the peak.
The suicide attack just outside the town of Mastung was claimed by the Islamic State.
The march used to see tens of thousands of people parade down Istanbul's main Istiklal street, but Sunday's rally drew a much smaller crowd.
Hong Kong's opposition has lost much steam in the past year, which saw elected pro-democracy legislators disqualified and some of the most prominent activists jailed.
Thirty people have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the attack that killed two and wounded 156 in Addis Ababa's packed Meskel Square. Nine police officers have also been detained over the security lapse, officials said.
The attack in Addis Ababa injured over 150.
A commotion broke out at the rally which was held to express concerns over the temple's internal management problems.
Liviu Dragnea of the Social Democrats was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for inciting others to abuse of office.
The protest rally in Berlin is in opposition to mass migration.
PKR de facto leader says they should be grateful they had won in this general election.