Beijing has implemented strict rules in Xinjiang forbidding anyone under the age of 18 from following a religion, levying hefty fines against families whose children study the Quran or fast during Ramadan.
An explosion has rocked the Turkish resort city of Antalya outside the Chamber of Commerce building
More than 2,300 refugees have been evacuated from Calais camp as part of three-day operation
On its 71st anniversary, Turkish President Erdogan says Turkey hopes UN 'takes a leading role in the fight against terrorism'
Ex-Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic, convicted war criminal, awarded certificate of appreciation by Republika Srpska parliament
59 people killed, 117 wounded at police training college
Theresa May meets leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to discuss Brexit negotiations
Civil rights group demands federal probe in wake of incident in Mississippi
Yildirim thanks Abbas for support following July 15 coup attempt
The pact, known as the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), would link the EU market of 500 million people, the world's biggest, with the tenth largest global economy.
The army says 772 ISIL militants were killed in battles
The once ghost city is now teeming with life, residents says.
'Our opponents need to ensure the adequate behavior of anti-government troops,' Deputy FM Sergey Ryabkov says
Jean-Marc Ayrault praises courage of Turkish people and parliamentarians during the July 15 coup bid
Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag to share new evidence, obtained since Sept. 10, with US Attorney General Loretta Lynch
The former ruler ruled the Gulf state from 1972 until 1995
Civilians killed on both sides of border as India, Pakistan renew clashes
"They were released Sunday afternoon," three days after the Palestinian security forces took them into custody, the official told AFP on condition of anonymity.
There were no initial reports of any casualties after a rocket was fired from the coastal enclave towards Israel earlier in the morning
Divisive vote result means Spain will see new government following 310 days of political deadlock
In one such camp on the side of the road, Dominique Pierre-Louis is trying to start a motorcycle covered in mud.
Belgium has been given until Monday to resolve a disagreement holding back the CETA trade deal with Canada
Worst water shortage in 50 years sees residents of Harare turning to unhygienic supplies
Park Geun-hye makes U-turn on constitutional reform, claiming 5 years in office may be too short to make real difference
Refugees have begun to evacuate the refugee camp in Calais which is due to be dismantled today
Iraqi Kurdish forces are now only 7 km away from Mosul districts
During trip to southeastern Turkey, Jean-Marc Ayrault says bombing of Aleppo must end
In July, the North cut off its only remaining official channel of diplomatic communications with the United States in retaliation for American sanctions against its leader, Kim Jong-Un.
Dozens more injured after tour bus rams semi-truck in California
Lebanon has been without a president for more than two years now
Opposition accuses gov’t of ‘coup’ for suspending recall against president
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says troops at Bashiqa called on to provide support fire for Peshmerga
In meetings at the exclusive Jingxi Hotel, safe from the public's prying eyes, nearly 400 top members of the Chinese Communist Party will confer for four days, discussing changes to how the giant party will be managed.
Suhaib Webb is an American Muslim imam who is currently the imam of the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
OAS demands national dialogue between Venezuelan government, opposition
Duterte’s comments in China lead to uncertainty about how Japan’s diplomats are expected to respond to Manila’s turnaround
Largest Muslim body warns against radicalism, addresses tensions mounting before 2017 Jakarta gubernatorial election
Yildirim says AK Party also plans to issue 5-year terms for deputies
Police say festival was underway at park in Tochigi prefecture, investigation ongoing