Ahtem Ciygoz was taken into custody on Thursday by the Russian Federal Investigative Committee.
The Houthi takeover in Yemen has certain meanings in the everchanging Middle East scenario where the very existence of the Muslim Brotherhood and its affiliates are seen as a threat to the Saudi monarchy.
The perpetrators of the Srebrenica genocide have lost their appeals at UN's appeals chamber in The Hague which has confirmed life jail terms for Vujadin Popovic and Ljubisa Beara.
ISIL also lost 102 military vehicles and 16 tanks.
Security forces have foiled an attack of the ISIL terrorist group on the Qasr Hotel in Iraq's Kirkuk province.
Japan pledges $100mn for Ebola-hit W. Africa states
South Sudanese leader has accused IGAD of "taking custody" of the country.
Six bodies were found washed ashore on Morocco's Boukana beach, close to a Spanish enclave that is a regular destination for migrants earlier on Friday.
AU commissioner for peace and security Ismail Chergui said that the AU will approve deployment of 7,500 African Union troops to fight Boko Haram in Chad, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon.
Commissioner Turner told AA they will have Kenyan forces flown to Britain to be trained
38,000 children are severely malnourished and need life-saving medical treatment and therapeutic food.
Nearly 400,000 children had their education disrupted ias a direct result of the ongoing crisis.
Greece "absolutely against" Eldorado-run mine - energy minister and says that there will be "no way" government will privatise gas utility DEPA. To await EU decision before deciding future of gas grid operator (Adds comments on revoking law over PPC, details, context)
French Muslims freedom is now being curbed in the name of combatting terrorism with the French government unveiling a new video to deter would be fighters with ISIL
Tensions between Russia and the West have risen over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, with Russia criticizing NATO expansion in Eastern Europe.
Aside from the new internet laws, the EU is also considering a new law that will require telecom companies to store communications data of all EU citiziens.
Last month, the United States added four names to the so-called Magnitsky list - a list that is meant to punish Russian human rights violators by barring their entry to the United States and freezing their assets there.
As part of a global push to combat terrorism, airlines in the USA will now keep a register and record passenger information of those who request halal meals and EU will now ban certain facebook, twitter, and google from displaying results in order to curb radicalization.
European Union extends sanctions against Moscow by six months following renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has met European Parliament President Martin Schulz for the first time since he won the elections in Greece.
- Aid package to be split between needs inside Syria and refugees in neighboring countries.
Representatives of France, Germany and the UK meet with their Iranian counterparts as part of ongoing talks process.
The tenders are for residential units in Jerusalem as well as units in southern Jerusalem.
Mevlut Cavusoglu comments after Crimean Tatar leader detained by Russian security forces.
The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency said the program included officers from Afghanistan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Palestine.
43 killed, many injured in explosion at Shia mosque in southern Pakistan
Analysts say Pakistan army chief travelled to Beijing to show US it has other regional allies
Education minister warns against using textbooks that undermine communism
Computer and cellphone buyers in Xianjiang region must register with police, with security camera footage to be kept for at least 30 days.
Japanese Muslims have gathered at the Friday prayers in Tokyo, praying for the release of Japanese ISIL hostage Kenji Goto
Nasrallah was speaking at an event to commemorate the deaths of six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria on Jan. 18.
A vehicle carrying two U.S. citizens came under fire in the Eastern Province district of al-Ahsa, one of the main centres of Saudi Arabia's minority Shi'ites. It was not clear who shot at the vehicle.
Commander of Iran's elite revolutionary guard meets leader of Hezbollah
The student union leader was kidnapped from outside his home and taken to an unknown location.
Three simultaneous bombings targeted military and security sites in the city of Aish.
The explosion came hours after a series of simultaneous attacks in North Sinai reportedly killed 26 people and injured 47
The attacks are the latest in a string of assaults targeting army and police personnel in Sinai with "Welayet Sinai" are claiming responsiblity for the attacks.
The State Department says the US remains steadfast in its support of the Egyptian government’s efforts to combat terrorism in Egypt.
Police arrested 15 people who planned to attack vital sites in the southern and eastern parts of Tunisia
Yemen's presidential aide who was released by Yemeni houthi rebels two days ago has left for Saudi Arabia
Regime warplanes attack livestock bazaar in Aleppo using "vacuum bombs."