The first major museum in Turkey dedicated to toys has recently added to its collection a toy, which was produced in the United States in 1914 as a single toy for Charlie Chaplin's "The Tramp" character.
The attacker approached a main checkpoint at a northern entrance to the city and detonated the minibus
He accused the Saudi government of allowing "commissions" there "to attract Jihadists, to lure them, to get them fighting in Iraq".
The ballot is likely to consolidate President Juan Manuel Santos as the frontrunner for a second straight term in a presidential vote on May 25, allowing him to continue talks
Beit Shemesh gained notoriety in 2011 after an eight-year-old girl from a more liberal religious community was spat at by ultra-Orthodox men who deemed her clothes immodest
Autonomous Republic of Crimea is the second center after Kiev with a political crisis with pro-Russian protests and de facto Russian military control
None of the injuries are life-threating, according to a statement by the Anaheim Fire Department
It was the first time he has spoken with the leaders of the three Baltic states about the crisis
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia that any steps to annex Ukraine's Crimea region would close the door to diplomacy, as Russian military took control of some 11 border checkpoints in Crimea
Acting Defence Minister Ihor Tenyukh said the only troop movements that might be seen would be from one base to another to take part in the training exercises.
Russian officials tar other protest leaders with the same brush as Yarosh, and portray the Ukrainian leadership as radical nationalists backed by the West
Chernomorskoye base on the western edge of the Back Sea peninsula had been taken over without bloodshed, trapping about 30 personnel inside, a border guard spokesman said
Yarosh's ultra-nationalist views make him a rank outsider in the May 25 election, but his remarks signalled a growing split with other leaders of the protest movement
With Russian forces building up their strength ahead of a referendum that seems likely to result in Crimea becoming part of Russia, Ukraine is facing the humiliating loss of its navy.
In a statement, the Holy See made it clear that the body has policy-making powers and is not just an advisory board.
A spokeswoman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said no one was hurt when shots were fired to turn back its mission of more than 40 unarmed observers
The Somali government has unleashed a major offensive to flush out the militant group from areas under its control.
Benghazi has recently seen a wave of near-daily attacks and bombings primarily targeting security and judicial figures and property.
The rebels warned Tripoli against staging an attack to halt the oil sale after the tanker docked at Es Sider export terminal
In Johannesburg's Fordsburg and Mayfair suburbs, businesses were forced to close early for the first time in six years.
The fighting broke out near the city of Burdhubo, located some 30km from the Kenyan border
A Turkish research foundation, SETA's report says Egypt's approved new constitution in January aims to empower army's role in policy making
ICRC said in a statement armed men entered the Catholic mission in the northern town of Ndele, where four of its staff were based, and killed one of them, a Central African man.
Dozens of homes and sugar plantations were reportedly razed to the ground
Some 4600 Palestinian detainees, including 12 women and 187 children, are currently held in Israeli prisons
The Visegrad 4 group including Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia is looking to diversify supplies
Malaysian investigators, assisted by the FBI, are probing the identities of four passengers in particular, two travellers with European passports, possibly Ukrainian, in addition to two travelling on stolen Austrian and Italian passports
Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, vice president since 2009, had been a top commander in the Northern Alliance, a group of anti-Taliban militia leaders, during the civil war
Mediation effort at tribal court spectacular failure as one group resorts to shootings
International panel of experts points out that language of hatred similar to that in Myanmar where hundreds are reported to have lost their lives.
Two police officers were also wounded during the blast when the roadside bomb was detonated by Taliban militants
The unmanned aerial vehicle, produced by a subsidiary of state-owned aviation giant Aviation Industry Corp of China (AVIC), disperses fog and smog by releasing a chemical catalyst
The accident took place outside the submarine during testing of a pressure tank at the facility meant for development of submarines
Despite dozens of military and civilians vessels and aircraft criss-crossing waters to the east and west of Malaysia, no wreckage has been found
The clash occurred when militants approached the compound in Lawdar town with suicide belts, hand grenades and explosive devices
Jarba urged Arab countries to designate Lebanon's Hezbollah group and ISIL as "terrorist organizations"
The two-day Arab summit meeting will kick off in Kuwait on March 25.
Millions of Egyptian school and university students went back to their classrooms on Saturday for their second semester
Sharqiya has been the site of repeated attacks by militants against security forces.
Beirut-based Al Mayadeen said on its website that its cameraman Omar Abdelqader was shot in the neck on Saturday
By joining Egypt in designating the group as a terrorist organization, the kingdom may be able to persuade Western governments to blacklist the group
"The interim deal is really important but not as important as a comprehensive nuclear agreement ... which is difficult and challenging," Ashton told a joint news conference with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
Initial reports blamed the accident on bad weather and heavy rains.
483 women shot by snipers and 31 killed by torture in the government's detention centers, Human Rights Group says
The Abdullah Azzam Brigades took credit for a Feb. 19 attack on Iran's cultural centre in Beirut that killed eight people
ITF is running a campaign against Qatar Airways over its monitoring of staff and rules preventing women from becoming pregnant and getting married.
A few thousand protesters took to the streets of Beirut on Saturday to demand that politicians approve Lebanon's first law against domestic violence in a non-partisan display
The village of al-Zara, west of the city of Homs, fell after "heavy clashes" between government and rebel forces, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said