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Police are yet to make any arrests in connection with more than a dozen arson attacks against Muslims shops, mosques and a burial ground in the past month.

Balkan state to join alliance at Thursday's summit amid Russian criticisms

Pair discuss facilities, services provided to refugees in Turkey

100 held in capital Ankara, including 21 former personnel of education and development ministries

Jewish extremist groups called for storming Al-Aqsa complex to mark 50th anniversary of Jerusalem occupation

Trump’s much-awaited visit follows trips to Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem

Decision comes in wake of deadly Manchester bomb attack

Cavusoglu is expected to meet Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Wednesday

Houthi fighters allegedly attack convoy of UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed in Yemen

Move indicates ‘further attack may be imminent’, PM May says

Measures against Austria’s participation in NATO activities to continue as long as Vienna maintains 'anti-Turkey stance'

Istanbul-held forum focused on ways to counter global, humanitarian costs of conflict

The British capital's FTSE 100 index of leading blue-chip companies wobbled between gains and losses during the day, before finally closing down 0.2 percent.

The plan, a reported $4.1 trillion for 2018, is certain to undergo major changes on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers rarely approve a president's budget wish list in its original form.

The announcement, made by his spokesman at a press conference in Moscow where Duterte was on an official visit, fulfils an often-repeated warning by the president that he would enforce military rule to quell security threats.

While rolling out a new pricing system in the US, the San Francisco-based, on-demand ride service uncovered the error, which it said could cost tens of millions of dollars to correct.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made the proposal to the UN General Assembly to address a major shortfall in the $400 million needed to help Haiti recover from the epidemic.

Prosecutor General Adriatik Llalla says investigation will be carried out in accordance with Albanian law

Muslim leaders build Islamic school in troubled Mindanao to help government’s anti-terror campaign

Suspects accused of using ByLock messenger app, being members of FETO terror group

Peace talks between the Palestinians and Israel collapsed in 2014

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim is in Tbilisi

German magazine accuses Energy Minister of having ‘huge amount of money in Dubai’  

Hulusi Akar says fight with terror to continue against PKK/PYD/YPG, FETO, ISIL until the last terrorist is neutralized

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu sends condolences after explosion claims 22 lives at pop concert

Trump caused uproar when he suggested on the campaign trail he would check first if a NATO ally was up to date with its dues before he would consider coming to its aid.

African-American voters traditionally support the Democratic Party, while Republicans have an advantage with whites voters.

The human genome has some 25,000 genes composed of more than three billion pairing of building-block molecules.

"Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or the name Israel," Trump said ahead of a bilateral session with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Despite winning 14 seats, the Socialist Party made a pre-election campaign promise not to enter into government with Rutte. 

It is the first time the new government of the small west African nations has put a figure to the amount it believes Jammeh plundered from state coffers before leaving for exile in Equatorial Guinea in January after 22 years in power.

Explosion at performance by American pop star Ariana Grande

The death comes as tensions have risen between protesters and security forces outside the El Kamour oil and gas pumping station.

The death toll climbed to 49 as the unrest entered its eighth week, the public prosecution service said in a new toll.

The nine Royal Malaysian Navy crew members, who had been missing since Saturday off the southern state of Johor near Singapore, had earlier been spotted by an airforce plane.

"The threats and blackmail which have been put on the table are intolerable," Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy told a hastily convened press conference.

In a unanimous statement backed by China, Pyongyang's ally, the council instructed its sanctions committee to redouble efforts to implement a raft of tough measures adopted last year.