Interpol in Spain detained Monday a member of a Marxist-Leninist group in Turkey.
Bahar Kimyongur, a suspected member of the Revolutionary People's Liberation Party–Front (DHKP-C), sought with red notice by Interpol, was arrested in Spain's Cordoba city.
Kimyongur was taken into custody and interrogated by Spanish police. He was set to appear before court on Wednesday.
His wife and two children, who entered Spain on June 15 alongside Kimyongur, were released after took their statement.
The long-time DHKP-C spokesman in Belgium, Kimyongur was sentenced to 4 years in prison together with 10 others members of the terrorist group including Fehriye Erdal by a Bruges criminal court in Belgium.
Kimyongur was acquitted in 2009 by a Brussels supreme court. He was also arrested in the Netherlands and served a 2-month sentence.
As many as 40 people have been suspected to be killed during a fire that broke out at a rave party
Gambians celebrated after the surprise defeat of their longtime president.
Algeria held talks with Nigeria as far back as 2002 for a similar pipeline crossing the Sahel region, however the Algerian government was unable to finance the project.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and French President Francois Hollande agreed that a deal on Greece's bailout review must be reached by Monday, when euro zone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels, Tsipras' office said on Saturday.
The Native Americans and protesters say the $3.8 billion pipeline threatens water resources and sacred sites.
Burundi police had already arrested a lieutenant-colonel and a corporal on Monday, hours before the assassination attempt.
Separate rescue missions have saved 72 refugees from the Mediterranean
Israel bans Muslims’ call to prayer at Ibrahimi Mosque 48 times in November
Prosecutors argued that his conviction should be upheld, but Pascal Simbikangwa insisted he had been "demonised".
Civilians across Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, are concerned that Moscow, after displaying its military might in Georgia, Ukraine and now Syria, could have the Baltic states in its sights next.
Many suspected war criminals remain at large and victims are still being found in mass graves more than 20 years after the end of the tragic war
Aisholpan, a young Mongolian tribegirl has become the first ever female eagle huntress with a stunning new documentary showcasing her incredible talent and life to the world
Azeri troops have fired back on Armenian forces after they broke the ceasefire a record 60 times in 24 hours
A victory on Sunday for Norbert Hofer from the anti-immigration and EU-critical Freedom Party (FPOe) would make him Europe's first far-right elected president since 1945.
The seven-decade dispute over the islands' ownership has kept Moscow and Tokyo from signing a post-war peace treaty and hindered trade and investment.
Uzbekistan PM Mirziyoyev poised to win presidential election