EU asks Israel and Jordan to take an attempt in the Al-Aqsa Mosque to uphold the status quo
Catalonia's pro-independence regional government plans to hold a secession vote in the wealthy northeastern region on October 1, in defiance of Spain's central government in Madrid which has repeatedly said such a vote would violate the constitution.
The 6.7-magnitude tremor also left hundreds more injured in the Turkish resort of Bodrum, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) across the sea from Kos.
"We shall not accept lessons and still less threats such as those we have heard from our neighbours in recent days," said Gentiloni.
The legislation, which was pushed through by parliament Wednesday, was approved by 55 senators, with 23 opposed and two abstentions.
The talks -- the first since Emmanuel Macron took office in France -- come after the latest uptick in violence in the east of Ukraine.
Program approved despite concerns country’s debt unstainable, will need relief from European creditors
Johnson, a leading campaigner for Britain to quit the European Union, also pledged London will "build a fantastic relationship with our friends and partners in the EU" after talks with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida in Tokyo.
No casualties reported in Turkey
56-year-old Turkish national arrested over suspected financing of terror group
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague on Tuesday ordered Moscow to pay damages over the incident, which saw 30 activists and journalists detained in an armed raid by Russian security officials after a protest against oil drilling.
Michel Barnier said after talks with his counterpart David Davis that the two sides were still at odds over Britain's divorce bill and over the rights of European citizens living in Britain.
The lower house of parliament, which is controlled by the conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party in power, voted 235 to 192 -- with 23 abstentions -- in favour of the law giving the justice minister power to select candidates for the court.
The two sides remain far apart on the exit bill that the EU says Britain must pay and on whether or not the bloc's top court will keep jurisdiction over European citizens living in Britain, sources close to the talks said.
Turkish diplomatic sources say UK set to lift prohibition on carrying large electronic devices on flights
Ibrahimjon Asparov accused of supplying weapons, ammunition to main suspect in deadly Reina nightclub attack New Year’s Eve
In closed-door meeting, Israeli premier can be heard criticizing Barack Obama and boasting of airstrikes on arms shipments
"An unidentified male called to say that he had placed a bomb on an international train travelling through Hungary," police said in a statement.
Kiev said the two servicemen were killed by shelling from Russian-backed rebels some 40 kilometres north of the insurgent capital Donetsk, the deadliest daily toll in two weeks.
After a string of terror attacks and an electoral humiliation last month, the Conservative leader opened prime minister's questions in the House of Commons by noting the "particularly challenging year".
Moscow considering 'appropriate measures' after Polish president signs bill which could see Soviet-era tributes torn down