Russian and Turkish leaders, who 'are actively collaborating on Syria,' met in Moscow for talks on proposed 'safe zone' near the Turkish border
Prosecutors say the suspect supports ISIS and sought to target Copenhagen with knives as well as bombs in an assault he planned with a younger accomplice
Nazli Ilicak has been under arrest since a failed military coup in 2016. In 2018, she was sentenced to life in a different trial for alleged links to anti-Erdogan cleric Gulen
'Over the course of more than five decades, Joyce Carol Oates has created a rich body of literary work. Her creative work dictates new creative horizons and denotes a continuous breach of boundaries'
Australian police say suspect was arrested after extensive investigation ■ Aya Masarwe's family say she had been on the phone with her sister when the attack happened
18th-century 'Vase with Flowers' disappeared from a Florence museum during WWII. Family of Wehrmacht soldier says he did not personally remove it, but agree to return it given court order
Campsite will be set up in the Yarkon Park, close to the EXPO Tel Aviv, where the pan-European music competition is to take place. The event is expected to attract over 10,000 international visitors
Erdogan's spokesman fires back: 'Terrorists can't be your partners and allies'
Maj. Gen. Mohamed Tamah among several senior commanders injured in attack, which killed five Yemeni soldiers
Al-Qunun's flight came after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed late Friday that his country had given the teenager asylum
Jakiw Palij, who may have been present when thousands of Jews were massacred, was deported to Germany last year after a legal battle that lasted over a decade
Observers say the move is politically motivated, given that many of the regime's opponents organize on the platform; Facebook, Twitter and Telegram already banned
The origin of the attack, aimed at 'disabling infrastructure, as opposed to looking to steal information,' is yet unclear
At successor's trial, former Egyptian president says former intelligence chief told him in 2011 that hundreds of militants infiltrated Egypt from Gaza
Mevlut Cavusgolu says Netanyahu responsible for massacring thousands of innocent Palestinians; comments come after Erdogan, Netanyahu trade barbs
Russia denies it is at war with in eastern Ukraine, but says its regime 'has all the characteristics of being Nazis and neo-Nazi'
Ahmed Abul Gheit calls on Australian government to 'correct its position and recognize the State of Palestine and its capital as East Jerusalem without delay'
Four suspects arrested in 15 raids across the country
350 security agents are continuing in the search for the 29-year-old suspect who was on an intelligence services watchlist, according to authorities
Kunsthalle Mannheim's probe into collection reveals that at least 25 artworks the museum showcases may have been looted or obtained under duress by the Nazis
Chinese dissident artist tells the Guardian mood in Germany and much of Europe is 'very scary'
The funds will go toward building infrastructure and schools and help with vocational training in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem, a German official says
The lecturer accuses the University of unprincipled political censorship and 'ignoring the intellectual freedom rule of the university'
After a drawn-out planning procedure, and multiple delays, the Hotel Silber, is opening Tuesday in Stuttgart
The Sahand, which Tehran released into Gulf waters Saturday, boasts of improvements from previous models such as ship-to-land and ship-to-air rockets
Dozens of Islamist militants came in the night on horseback and abducted the girls from two villages in the Diffa region
ISIS says that one of its members blew himself up in the middle of a crowd of Shiites in a remote north-western area of Pakistan near the Afghan border
The Saudi Arabia and UAE-led Sunni coalition has been repeatedly blamed for civilian deaths in Yemen, which the UN considers to be the world's worst humanitarian crisis
News site says alleged execution squad leader heard calling murdered dissident a traitor before verbal fighting, brawling and torture are heard
WATCH Trudeau's anti-BDS Message During Apology for Turning Away Jews During WWII Continues to Make Waves
Justin Trudeau apologized last week for the Canadian government's failure in 1939 to admit a ship carrying 907 German Jews fleeing Nazi persecution - and took a swipe at BDS