Residents of the Spanish city of Segovia say the sculpture is "exalting evil" by being so jolly.
PM Justin Trudeau had accused China of "arbitrary" justice in the case of a Canadian citizen.
People are being evacuated from the Dusit hotel complex after two explosions and gunfire were heard.
More than 30,000 teachers have walked out demanding more support staff, smaller class sizes and better pay.
William Barr was also quizzed on why he last year called an aspect of the inquiry "fatally misconceived".
Rahaf Mohammed makes her first public statement since arriving in Canada after being granted asylum.
Migrants share their reasons for leaving Honduras as hundreds begin their trek towards the US.
Northerly winds have caused conditions which have trapped people in some villages.
Rahaf Mohammed says fleeing her family in Saudi Arabia was "worth the risk" so she could live freely.
France's president launches a national consultation in response to the "gilets jaunes" protests.
The move will not yet amount to full-scale surveillance of the nation's main opposition party.
The three children had climbed into the unplugged unit in a garden when the latch closed on them.
The Broadway actress and singer died on Tuesday morning at her home in California of natural causes.
The Kumbh Mela festival, the largest gathering of people anywhere, is starting in northern India.
The world's loneliest frog, known as Romeo, finds friends (and a possible date) after water frogs found in the wild.
Turkey's president responds positively to Donald Trump's call for a "safe zone" in Kurdish-held Syria.
Several people have been killed and hundreds arrested following violent protests.
Laurent Gbagbo was the first former head of state to go on trial at the International Criminal Court.
The video about toxic masculinity, bullying and men's behaviour sparks outrage online.
Europe's largest economy grew by 1.5% last year as global trade and car sales slowed.
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