Armed with brooms and trash bags, a small group of people tried to enter the area where businesses were damaged, but officers turned them back.
Police said they were investigating whether he died of a self-inflicted wound or from a shot fired by a mounted officer who was bringing horses into a stable near police headquarters
Observers say the original NATO alliance has been manipulated into a force serving interests within the US bent on global domination
Major announcements by big climate polluters in event run-up raise hopes for UN global deal in 2015
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s upcoming visit to Turkey on Dec. 1 has been upgraded to the highest level, the Kremilin has said
Turkey’s Treasury plans to pay back 33.1 billion liras of domestic debt, including 3.6 billion liras of foreign debt between December and February
The inflation rate in Turkey for November is expected to increase by about 0.26 percent compared with October, a survey reveals
Camp Bastion was handed over to the Afghan military as part of the coalition's withdrawal of most foreign troops by the end of 2014.
A Pakistani high court barred Arab royals from hunting endangered migratory birds in the country’s southwestern Baluchistan province
Move follows highly-publicized scandals which have highlighted failures in the country's 'surrogacy industry'
Iraqi Turkmen Front head says his men are willing to help Kurdish Peshmerga fighters in Iraq’s Kirkuk city if Baghdad treats them equally
The Committee said complaints included reports of beatings, burnings and electric shocks in efforts to obtain confessions
Two separate polls show Tabare Vazquez winning with as much as 55 percent of Sunday's vote
President is under investigation for tax irregularities at a family-owned hotel
"If the Security Council and Washington do not force Turkey to control its borders then all of this action will not eliminate (ISIL)," Moualem said,
Liberia, the nation hardest hit by the worst Ebola epidemic on record, has seen over 3,000 of its citizens killed by the disease
The men, two Pakistani and one Indian, were seized at Emakalakala town in the Ogbia council area, a few miles from their construction base.
The committee was drawn up at a cabinet meeting chaired by President Salva Kiir with the aim of countering the proposed sanctions
The move has led to the postponement of the second-round vote to December 21 or 28, instead of December 14 as initially planned.
Hollande arrived in the Guinean capital earlier in the day for a visit expected to focus on the fight against Ebola
Moldova faces a crucial choice in the Nov. 30 parliamentary election, deciding between closer ties with Europe or a return to the orbit of its former master Russia.
The resignations of Tunahan Kuzu and Selcuk Ozturk, who were in Asscher's own Labour Party, signals a hardening of the immigration debate
The nuclear submarine Alexander Nevsky fired the missile from under water in the Barents Sea and it landed on a military training ground in Russia's far eastern peninsula of Kamchatka