Iraqi forces to set up pontoon bridge linking northern city’s eastern, western halves
Egyptian political and religious leader who founded of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, and played a central role in Egyptian political and social affairs. 68 years before, on February 12, 1949 Banna was shot by two assassins and deliberately left to bleed to death.
Last day of games in Azerbaijani capital sees 71 gold, 67 silver and 57 bronze medals for Turkey
On Sunday, Turkish athletes win 3 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze medals in Baku, Azerbaijan
Turkey is strategic partner of Georgia, Defense Minister Levan Izoria says ahead of trilateral summit in Batumi city
President Kiir declares unilateral cease-fire with rebels but bars his former deputy Machar from returning to country
Young Tunisians continue to stage demonstrations near country’s southern oilfields to demand more job opportunities
"I hope first of all that asylum seekers and refugees can be taken out of detention centres," UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said after visiting one centre in the Libyan capital.
Disasters displaced three times more people than conflicts, with most of the 24 million people affected hit by sudden-onset weather hazards such as floods, storms, wildfires and severe winter conditions.
Soldiers from Angola who were hired by the South African government during the apartheid-era to fight communism across southern Africa, including in Namibia and Zambia now face ebilitating conditions
European Commission nominated to represent EU in Brexit talks; negotiations expected to begin after UK election on June 8
Before his election on May 7, Macron had spoken in favour of cancelling part of Greece's debt mountain, equivalent to 180 percent of annual output, to give the country a chance to recover from its economic depression.
A crowd estimated at 10,000 people by local media waved European Union flags and chanted "Democracy! Freedom for Hungary!" as they made their way toward the parliament building, escorted by police cars.
Barnier will lock horns with Britain's Brexit minister David Davis who has predicted "the talks will be tough and at times even confrontational," despite a mutual desire for good future ties.
Ministers from the 19-member single currency bloc must confront the sensitive topic at talks in Brussels after Greek lawmakers fulfilled the eurozone's latest demands for painful reforms in a vote last Thursday.
Pedro Sanchez to helm divided PSOE, threatening conservative minority government
Treasury says 60 percent of debt is in Turkish lira
Plans to invest $20 million to improve schools, strengthen with universities in Turkey
In trying to understand how the tower got its special meaning in Islamic societies, scholars have attempted—with mixed success—to trace minarets back to various traditions of tower building in the pre-Islamic cultures of Eurasia.
On a pro-forma 2016 basis, the merged group would have combined sales of approximately $13.2 billion (11.8 billion euros) and underlying or operating profit of $2.3 billion.
Street protests called by leftist groups around the country also appeared to have had only a modest impact, further easing the sense of intense crisis for the center-right president.
The bus was carrying members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church returning from a retreat in the Pacific coast town of Pijijiapan, local police said.
The man, identified as Orlando Figuera, 21, was beaten, stabbed and burned -- "like Islamic State terrorists do," Maduro said. Figuera was hospitalized with first- and second-degree burns over half of his body, and for six knife wounds.
Meanwhile, in Ramallah and Hebron, at least 13 Palestinians are injured in clashes with Israeli forces
Trump's visit is part of his first trip abroad as president and follows an initial stop in Saudi Arabia, where he urged Islamic leaders to take a stand against violence committed in the name of religion.
Seoul presses ahead with dialogue policy, despite second missile test
Sirisena swapped the portfolios held by Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake and Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera in a shake up aimed at quelling dissent within the uneasy government he has led since August 2015.
"The situation on the Korean peninsula is complex and sensitive. We urge all sides to avoid provoking each other and continue on the right track of dialogue and consultation," she said.
The US, South Korea and Japan sharply denounced the launch and jointly requested an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the matter.
A suspected car bomb was detonated at the entrance to the Big-C shopping centre in downtown Pattani on 9 May
The small boat, from the warship KD Perdana, disappeared on Saturday in calm waters off Cape Sedili in the southern state of Johor.
More than 120 climbers have successfully summited Everest from the south side so far this season with another 80 reaching the peak from the Tibet side.
In a company statement Monday, the airline said it would shed 190 management roles as well as 400 non-managerial positions at its Hong Kong head office.
Duterte has railed against the United States, particularly when Barack Obama was president, for criticising the drug war.
In a highly anticipated speech to dozens of leaders of Muslim countries in Saudi Arabia, Trump lashed out at Iran and softened his tone on Islam by rejecting the idea of a battle between religions.
More than 100 people walked out, organizers said
Ankara protests against 'aggressive and unprofessional' acts of US personnel towards foreign minister’s team last week
Here are the main topics World Bulletin’s English Desk plans to cover on Monday, May 22, 2017
Turkish president speaks at Istanbul event to mark 25th anniversary of Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation
Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu says Turkey EU membership would create 'convenient environment' for trade
71 terror hideouts also destroyed in counter-terror operations over past 11 days, says Turkish General Staff
Turkish soldier could not be saved despite all efforts after lightning strike in Hakkari, governor's office says •
New cooperation opportunities and regional issues will be discussed during premier’s two-day visit
Mevlut Cavusoglu sees negotiated solution possible in 'compromise of both sides' of divided Mediterranean island •
Airshow is expected to generate $40B in business volume by gathering leading players of global aerospace industry
Winning the votes of 1,414 party delegates at extraordinary congress, Recep Tayyip Erdogan retakes ruling party helm
On Tuesday, Trump will meet Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas in Bethlehem in the West Bank, visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem and give a speech at the Israel Museum.
Envoy arrives in Yemeni capital in hopes of reviving stalled peace talks and concluding Ramadan cease-fire
The coalition now has control of the six largest Iranian cities, including Tehran, the holy city of Mashhad and tourist hotspot Isfahan -- and could capture more when final results are announced.
Sunday's protesters, who flooded Aden from several southern provinces, defended Zoubeidi's council, chanting "Independence is our objective" as they marched.
Gun battle erupted Saturday when Indian soldiers intercepted militants in Nowgam sector crossing over from Pakistan
Hamas says U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks at Riyadh summit mentioning it alongside terror groups are biased
Riyadh summit is attended by Trump along with leaders and representatives of 55 Islamic countries