Despite a setback in parliament, protesters have vowed not to give up.
Al Franken has said he feels "disgusted" after being confronted with the accusations. Radio host Leeann Tweeden shared a picture of Franken grabbing her chest while she was sleeping in 2006.
Rallies in Bucharest and other cities have taken aim at a law that will weaken efforts to root out corruption. The government says a new law will prevent the judiciary from pursuing a politically motivated agenda.
A century after the UK endorsed a Jewish "home" in Palestine, protesters in Ramallah and other cities asked for an apology from London. Israeli PM Netanyahu rebuked the criticism at a commemorative dinner in the UK.
The deaths came amid anti-government protests against planned constitutional reforms that would allow President Faure Gnassingbe to remain in office until 2030. His family has ruled the West African nation since 1968.
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