This is the BBC News. Hello, I'm Jonathan Izard. Anti-government demonstrators in Iran have staged a second day of protest in some of the biggest cities in the country. Protesters have called for money to be spent on Iranians rather than the conflict in Syria. Here is Kasra Naji. More and more videos are being posted on social media, showing demonstrations in some of Iran's biggest cities, Kermanshah，Rasht, Isfahan, Hamadan even in Qom, the bastion of Iran's clerical regime. In Tehran, the police are out in force and the authorities have reported they arrested what they say is a small number of demonstrators. What started in the northeastern city of Mashhad is a protest against government's inability to control rising prices, has grown into serious demonstrations across the country against clerical rule and against Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.The Chief of New York Fire Department Danial Nigro has said the city's worst fire in almost 28 years appears to have been started by a young boy playing with the stove burners in his kitchen. The mother was not aware of it, was alerted by the young man screaming. She exited her apartment with her 2-year-old and 3-year-old and left the door open. So, this fire quickly spread out the stairs. The stairway acted like a chimney. It took the fire so quickly upstairs and people had very little time to react. They couldn't get back down the stairs. Those that tried, a few of them perished. Twelve people died in the fire in the Bronx district of the city, 4 of them children, 4 people remain critically injured in hospital.The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has said it would be absurd for the former Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont try to lead a new regional government from abroad. Mr. Puigdemont is currently in Belgium as he face arrest in Spain over his role in Catalania's recent unilateral declaration of independence. Dammy Abohar reports. Mariano Rajoy has been facing an uncomfortable dilemma since recent regional elections that his government called in Catalonia, using emergency powers. Separatist parties reemerged with a majority and Carles Puigdemint has the biggest of them. Mr. Puigdemont insists he wants to return to Spain to take up his old role, but there is no agreement that Spain judiciary will drop the investigation. He too faces a predicament. Will he turn up to face arrest, try to run a government from abroad or step aside? This is the world news from the BBC.