Jiro Taniguchi became popular for his elegant line drawings and intricately-constructed landscapes.
Wives and relatives of police in the state of Espirito Santo have been blockading police stations.
It is unclear whether the new owners will revive production of India's former bestselling car.
The Canadian writer compares attitudes to women's rights to those of 17th-century New England.
The incident comes hours after clashes at a protest in Iraq's capital left at least five dead.
It is thought to be one of the biggest bomb evacuation operations in post-World War Two Greece.
Jean-Claude Juncker became European Commission president in 2014 - despite opposition from Britain.
Wang Qi accidentally crossed into India in 1963 and had not seen his family since.
The man, who has schizophrenia, was found not criminally responsible for the 2008 attack.
Voters in Uttar Pradesh go to the polls in an election seen as a referendum on the PM's banknotes ban.
Sam Rainsy is the opposition's most high-profile figure, despite living in self-imposed exile.
She is believed to be the world's heaviest woman and will undergo weight reduction surgery.
Wang Qi, who says he strayed across the Indian border in 1963, is finally reunited with his family.
Tens of thousands gather for mass prayers to call for the Indonesian capital to have a Muslim leader.
Joanne Lees says she wants to find and bring home the body of Peter Falconio, 15 years after he died.
Jonny Dymond tracks President Trump's third week
Mexican woman deported from the US says Donald Trump has 'taken a mother from her children'.
February's full moon also coincides with a partial lunar eclipse.
Freight cars fall into the water as the Union Pacific train carrying food products derails in Sacramento County.
More than 100 people were injured as the 6.7-magnitude tremor hit the island of Mindanao.
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