Joseph Muscat told the nation on Sunday he would resign in January after outcry over a 2017 car bombing that killed a journalist.
Marching near the waterfront on the Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour, they sought to keep the pressure on city leader Carrie Lam after pro-democracy candidates won district council elections a week earlier.
Boris Johnson said he thought people should serve full prison sentences.
Clashes between police and suspected cartel gunmen in a northern Mexican town killed 21 people this weekend, authorities said, adding fuel to a debate sparked by U.S. President Donald Trump, who has vowed to designate the gangs as terrorists.
"What's really on the line is our progress against gun violence and the future of life-saving gun safety laws," one activist said.
The Auschwitz Memorial asked Amazon on Sunday to take down items featured on the website that it said were inappropriate.
The far-right Alternative for Germany on Saturday elected a decorator from the east backed by a radical wing within the party as one of two co-leaders.
The Democratic presidential candidate told NBC's "Meet the Press" that Congress has an obligation to move forward with impeachment.
It appeared the bus crashed into a metal barrier and plummeted into a valley, according to a statement from the Tunisia Ministry of Interior.
About 700 demonstrators rallied in central Yangon to show support for Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi, as she prepares to defend the country against charges of genocide at the United Nation's highest court.
Some 70 Santa Clauses and their helpers Krampus, Perchten and angels gathered in the southern Bavarian town of Murnau in order to parade through town in full regalia to get everybody in the mood for the Christmas season.
The 3,000-mile (4,800-km) mass migration of monarch butterflies in North America is one of the insect world's fantastic feats, with millions embarking on the arduous journey from north Canada down into Mexico and the California coast each autumn.
Friday afternoon's stabbing attack left two people dead at the hands of a man released from prison last year after a previous terrorism conviction.
Demonstrators who gathered Sunday seemed determined to refocus attention on the issues at the heart of the movement that has roiled the semi-autonomous Chinese territory for months.
The violence comes days after President Trump said he planned to designate the cartels as terrorist organizations.
The vote will come before Wednesday's scheduled hearings by the House Judiciary Committee.