The protests began with demands for jobs and an end to corruption, and now include calls for justice for those killed in the protests.
Founded in Britain last year, Extinction Rebellion now has chapters in some 50 countries.
Tens of thousands of masked protesters marched defiantly in the city center Sunday.
Daryl Morey said he didn't mean to offend the team's "significant support" among Chinese fans and sponsors, but leaders across the political divide defended him.
Trump and Erdogan spoke by phone, but the White House didn't confirm Turkey's announcement that they will meet next month.
Harry Dunn, 19, was killed in late August in a collision near RAF Coughton, an air force base in Northamptonshire in central England that is used by the United States.
Nearly a 100 have died in the protests since Tuesday as Iraqis protests against rampant corruption and wrecked infrastructure.
Baker wielded his blues power and jazz technique to help break open popular music.
"It broke my heart that my parents were the ones I was most afraid of," said Fuad al-Essa.
"The breakup of the negotiation without any outcome is due to the fact that the U.S. would not give up their old viewpoint and attitude," North Korean diplomat Kim Myong Gil said.
"We understand that the elephants were trying to cross over to the other side of the river," a local official said.
Harry Dunn, 19, died when his motorcycle collided with a Volvo traveling in the wrong direction. A US diplomatic's spouse was questioned over the crash.
Tilman Fertitta was responding to a now-deleted post by Morey which contained an image that read: "Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong."
In a televised address, Chief Executive Carrie Lam defended Friday's move to invoke emergency powers in an effort to quell the growing unrest.
"Integration comes through simple gestures, such as sitting next to each other while sharing food and good conversations over a hot cup," said the founder of the group.
The claims against The Sun and the Daily Mirror follow Harry's announcing earlier this week a lawsuit against the parent company of the Daily Mail.
"Our center is to prevent terrorism thoughts from happening," the director of one of the centers tells NBC News.
Authorities have cut internet access in much of Iraq since Wednesday in a desperate move to curb the rallies.
Before the new rule was confirmed, protests against it had already started.
Authorities have cut internet access across much of the country in a bid to quell the unrest, which was spurred by economic woes and lack of jobs.
"In your letter you made mention of the role of an Australian diplomat. We reject your characterization," writes Australia's ambassador to the U.S.
The agreement suggests a solution to the deadlock over Northern Ireland, a crucial sticking point in the Brexit process.
The attacker, an administrative police officer, is also dead, said a spokesperson for the French police union.
More than 176,000 people visited Komodo National Park in 2018, with many coming just to see the nearly 2,000 giant lizards.
The president tweeted that this was a "a very nice victory!"
Public opinion has never really been on Meghan's side. But her estrangement from her father has been the source of substantial (and unfair) judgement.