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The demonstrations were organised by the #NiUnaMenos movement, following the death of 16-year old Lucia Perez.
The event aims to maintain a high standards of clowning in light of 'killer' clown craze.
Landmines and booby traps suggest the advance into Mosul will be slow and dangerous.
IBTimesUK presents some of the sculptures that will be featured in the coastal exhibition.
Thousands have been left displaced, as Sarika continues to wreak havoc.
Both Olympic and Paralympic teams boosted Great Britain into second place.
Sukkot has both historical and agricultural origins and will be observed from 16- 23 October 2016.
Raisin Weekend has been an annual tradition at the Scottish university for hundreds of years.
The government has provided medical treatment for those unable to cope with the trauma.
Participants embarked on a 300-mile 1066 march, organised by English Heritage, taking them three weeks to complete.
IBTimesUK presents the best photos starring the bears at the Orphaned Wildlife Centre.
Apple Regent Street was the company's first store in Europe.
It is Chinese custom for bride and groom to have their wedding photos taken before they are married.
President Juan Manuel Santos has applauded the outburst of activism as people are jolted into action by the fading prospects for peace.
'Reception and orientation centres' where refugees can apply for aslum will open but charities forecast they will try to get to the UK instead.
The state received as much as 18 inches of rain over the weekend and in neighbouring South Carolina the clean up operation went on.
Families and ativists were forced to disperse as they made their way to Ankara train station.
Hurricane Matthew moved along a coast-hugging path to the US.
Reuters photographer Navesh Chitrakar has documented this year's Shikali celebrations.
Cars could be seen drifting among the floodwaters, while emergency services made various rescue missions.