Serbs in Leposavic, Zubin Potok, Zvecan and North Mitrovica are boycotting the European Union's Rule of Law Mission (EULEX).
Dragan Covic attacks the EU for using Sejdic-Finci case to deny it membership to the bloc.
Russian President said it was U.S. hypocrisy that had brought relations to their worst level since the Cold War
"Do not give credit to other than the official statement," Basci told reporters after his discord with PM Erdogan.
Slowing economies and higher interest rates will drag banks in emerging markets, says ratings agency.
Three sections of famous wall believed to date back nearly 2,500 years are discovered in mountain valleys by archaeologists.
An ambitious project in Turkey's south could see a pioneering clean energy project.
Having worked as a telecommunications spy for Israel for 25 years, General Barokh Mezraahi had served along the borders of Palestine, Syria and Lebanon.
Jewish Passover celebrations began in Israel on Tuesday and will last for seven days.
A number of activists have launched online and social media campaigns to raise awareness about the cause.
Gazans complain that frequent border closures by Egypt, in conjunction with an eight-year-old Israeli embargo on the coastal enclave, have contributed to the strip's worsening economic and humanitarian circumstances.
Israel has imposed a crippling blockade on the Gaza Strip since 2007, depriving the territory's roughly 1.8 million residents of basic needs.
Thursday's newspapers mainly cover President Abdullah Gul’s comments on Turkey's August presidential election, the ruling AK Party’s meeting on that contest, high-level talks between Twitter and Ankar, plus a ferry disaster in South Korea.
Energy cooperation between Turkey and Iraq’s Kurdish regional government is stated clearly to both the U.S. and the government in Iraq, says Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection found that 82.8 percent of the contaminated samples contained toxic inorganic pollutants, including cadmium, mercury, arsenic, chromium and lead.
Pakistan's army will join campaign to eradicate polio.
Instead of testing one drug at a time, a novel lung cancer study announced will allow British researchers to test up to 14 drugs from AstraZeneca and Pfizer at the same time within one trial
Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison's office said that medical officers at the centre had confirmed three cases of the potentially fatal tropical disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) last month ordered a halt to its annual hunts in the Southern Ocean, prompting Japan to cancel its 2014-2015 Antarctic hunt, the programme's mainstay, as it pledged to abide by the ruling
Seven years into an Israeli blockade and ten months into a crippling Egyptian one, Gaza's economic growth has evaporated and unemployment soared to almost 40 percent by the end of 2013
During Obama's four-nation tour of Asia that begins on April 23, his toughest challenge will be to reassure skeptical leaders that the United States intends to be more than just a casual observer
The drops have come mainly because Japan did not take any cargoes in March and South Korea is not scheduled to take any shipments in April, according to the tanker data.
Japan's finance ministry and central bank have declined to comment on the payments.
But a survey shows that most people believe inflation is speeding up and could surpass 37 percent this year.
A water station was also completely burned down after local residents set fire to oil patches in the river, according to eyewitnesses.
Some 17 other soldiers were injured in the attack, which the source blamed on the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) group.
TRNC Foreign Minister Nami said Greek Cypriot leaders should accelerate negotiations between Greek and Turkish Cypriots on the reunification of Cyprus.
Turkey's EU minister has met with the Turkish Cypriot foreign minister to discuss the decades-long division of Cyprus.
According to a press statement by Dr. Sevim Erkmen to the Turkish Agency Cyprus (TAK), Shaykh Nazim is receiving the necessary treatment but still remains in a serious condition.
A group of young British Muslim men have come out with their story about how the MI5 threatened to place them on the terror list and hurt their families if they did not spy on their fellow Muslims.
The Asian region has ever-increasing share in world economy, Malaysia's prime minister said ahead of the FTA signing.
Turkey has promised to help Crimean Tatars maintain their cultural and linguistic identity in the hope that their language will officially be recognized.
Greek jets locked onto Turkish jets as they flew in international air space over the Aegean Sea.
A Greek court refused Turkey's demand to extradite illegal organization member Huseyin Fevzi Tekin, who was detained in his home with ammunition in Athens.
Kurdish politician and writer Yasar Kaya, founder of the Kurdish nationalist Democracy Party, returns from 21-year exile in Germany to Turkey.
Turkey's main opposition party called for a parliamentary inquiry to look into imprisonment of some 300 members of Turkish Armed Forces.
A multinational group of five small ships - four minesweepers and a support vessel - will be sent to the Baltic Sea "for the foreseeable future",
Having already called for the state to be accepted into NATO alongside Georgia to protect them from Russian expansion plans, McCain reiterated these calls in his visit to students at the Academy for Economic Studies.
A 48-hour RMT strike in February brought the network to a virtual standstill and caused travel misery for millions of commuters
The court agreed with prosecutors who had argued that the man was a leading member of the pirate gang, that he had taken important decisions on board, had a lot of responsibility and at times led the group.
Putin said Ukraine's presidential election campaign was being conducted in an unacceptable manner and Russia would not view its results as legitimate
"These accusations are complete nonsense. During his term in office as Danish prime minister, Mr. Fogh Rasmussen never brought a dictaphone to record meetings with Mr. Putin or anybody else," NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu said
Zakir Hoassini, a waiter at a local restaurant, is believed to have been the victim of a so-called ‘knockout game’ in which random strangers arepunched on the street.
Aeroflot said Ukraine has informed the Russian airline it will impose tight restrictions on the entry of Russian men into the country
Edward Snowden asked Russian President Vladimir Putin a question during a televised call-in show.
"We believe that this approach allows for the most useful process with the Russian Federation and other third parties," European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said
Putin criticised the government in Kiev for what he said was a mishandling of the situation in eastern Ukraine that is "dragging the country into an abyss."
The media storm over the purported killings in Kramatorsk petered out, and Russian forces on the border have so far stayed put.
Kiev and the West believe Moscow is stirring up the unrest and a senior U.S. official made clear that Russian leaders had to de-escalate the crisis.
Western ambassadors demanded an end to what they said was Russia's false propaganda on the escalating crisis in Ukraine
Ukraine's interior minister said that three pro-Russian separatists were killed in shooting that broke out overnight in the town of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.
Lawyers for the ministry said allegations that the men's bodies had been mutilated were "demonstrably unfounded" and "dishonestly made".
Russia's military moved equipment and weaponry around the border area but there was no clear evidence they were preparing either to pull back or advance.
Farmers agree to new strikes over unfulfilled promises to the agricultural sector. Previous actions in August and September last year, paralyzed Colombia by strangling highway traffic and communications about Bogota and another 15 departments.
The number of voters intending to back the left-leaning president for a second four-year term has fallen off just one percentage point since the previous poll in February
Arnoldo Villa Sanchez of the Beltran Leyva cartel was arrested by federal police on Tuesday while traveling in an undisclosed location in the city where he had been holding business meetings
Government officials in the tiny central African state reacted angrily to the warning by the U.N. mission
According to the official, the peacekeeping force will be composed of troops from all five IGAD member states: Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya, Uganda and Somalia.
"There were five Seleka and two 'anti-balaka' killed. Most of the (other) people killed were civilians," a member of the local Red Cross said of the violence in Grimari.
Pistorius is on trial for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, whom he shot dead with four rounds from a 9mm pistol on Valentine's Day last year
In January, the four sponsors of the national dialogue oversaw talks between the ruling Islamist Ennahda movement and the opposition with a view to resolving the nation's lingering political crisis.
More than 300 observers from the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the African Union and the United Nations are monitoring the vote.
Kenyan police say they plan to deport as many as 225 illegal immigrants, including 214 Somalis.
The Nigerian army announced the release of nearly 121 schoolgirls earlier abducted by Boko Haram, but Borno state officials denied the statement
The Moroccan King's visit to the city comes on the eve of a U.N. Security Council session to vote on a resolution on the Western Sahara.
Government spokesperson Joseph Katema denied the allegation.
Karim Wade has been in prison for a year, sealing a dramatic fall from power for the former president's son, who previously ran ministries in charge of infrastructure, international cooperation, energy and air transportation.
The plants will cost over $2.8 billion.
Guinea-Bissau's former finance minister, Jose Mario Vaz, will face Nuno Gomes Nabiam in a second round of the country's presidential election after no candidate secured a majority in the April 13 vote, the election commission said.
President Kiir said increasing agriculture production represented the best option for South Sudan's food security.
The U.N. appeal included a gallery of photographs of wounded and malnourished refugees arriving in Cameroon, but the official chairing the meeting said they were too "heart-wrenching" to inflict on the diplomats
The European Rohingya Council accused Myanmar of "slow-burning genocide".
Belarus and Kazakhstan are already members alongside Russia, with Armenia expected to join the bloc soon.
Song Lin is suspected of a serious violation of discipline, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said. Violating discipline is official jargon for corrupt activities.
The vessel, carrying 475 passengers and crew, capsized on Wednesday during a journey from the port of Incheon to the holiday island of Jeju.
Media reports said he was facing the possibility of charges of negligence leading to death and also for violating a law that stipulates the conduct of shipping crew.
A Japanese foreign ministry spokesman said the visit had been postponed for scheduling reasons.
Japanese and U.S. officials say the alliance is rock-solid and the atmospherics will be just fine at what will be the first state visit to Tokyo by a U.S. president since Bill Clinton in 1996.
In the latest large opinion poll, the BJP and its allies were forecast to win a narrow majority in the 543-seat lower house of parliament
A series of "pings" recorded earlier this month have led searchers to the remote stretch of ocean in the belief that the signals may have come from the plane's black box recorders.
The brigades have claimed responsibility for two suicide attacks on the Iranian embassy in Beirut in February of this year and last November.
The officials said the original list had been based on estimates, not exact amounts of toxic agents found in storage and production facilities across Syria.
The Friends of Yemen group pledged around $7.9 billion in aid in 2012, but most of the funds have been delayed because of technical issues and lagging approvals by donor heads of state
Hundreds of people remain trapped in the old part of the city, surrounded by government forces and pro-Assad militia.
Agha Jan Mutassim, a finance minister during Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001, has been missing for over a week, according to the Afghan government
The F5 fighter plane had crashed during a training mission in the eastern part of the kingdom.
The Jordanian ambassador to Libya and two companions were kidnapped by unidentified gunmen in Libyan capital Tripoli on Tuesday.
Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected leader, was forcibly removed from office by the military last July following massive demonstrations against his presidency.
Egypt started to revive relations with Russia in recent months on the background of cooling relations between Cairo and Washington following Morsi's overthrow.
Abu al-Khair is founder and director of an organisation named the Monitor of Human Rights in Saudi Arabia.
Critics of the negotiations leaked an audio recording purporting to show Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi criticising Rouhani's view of the nuclear programme
Activists posted a video on YouTube of four men being treated with oxygen. A voice off-screen gave the date and said Assad's forces used "poison gas in Harasta."
Torture methods which were not approved by its own headquarters or the U.S. Justice Department, impeded White House oversight and actively evaded oversight both by Congress and its own Inspector General, were put in use after the 9-11 attacks in the US.
The president spoke about the crisis in Ukraine, which he blamed squarely on Moscow, on the eve of a meeting in Geneva in which Russia, Ukraine, the United States and the European Union
U.S. defense officials said the overseas flights would be used for additional training and would help the F-35 program office learn how the plane's logistics, maintenance, aerial refueling, and security systems work overseas.