Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Nov. 23 2015.
Paris attack suspect, 'world's most wanted man,' eludes authorities
26-year-old Salah Abdeslam, thought to have been a driver for the militants in the deadly terror attacks in Paris, is believed to have eluded a police dragnet in Brussels, Belgium. This is despite law enforcement efforts that included a number of raids and resulted in dozens of arrests. Authorities assure that their search will continue.
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18-year-old charged in grisly murder of Indiana pastor's pregnant wife
18-year-old Larry Taylor is accused in the murder of Amanda Blackburn during a robbery spree. He is alleged to have said that he fatally shot the pregnant mother because she had charged at him and he wanted to avoid being "scratched." Her body was later discovered by her husband. Prosecutors say they are considering extra charges in connection with the death of the fetus.
[Read more from NBC News]
Family of boy at center of 'clock' controversy suing for millions
The family of Ahmed Mohamed, who made national headlines when he was handcuffed at his Texas school over a homemade clock that officials thought looked like a "bomb," are seeking $15 million in damages from Irving, Texas and its school district.
[Read more from TIME]