World Bulletin / News Desk
European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has fined Greece for violating property rights of fourteen ethnic Turks living in northeastern Greece.
In its ruling in Greece vs. Hulusi Zaim Buyan and et al. investigation, the European court charged Greece for nationalizing properties of fourteen ethnic Turks with with cheap price in Rodop and delaying the payment of compensation.
The ECtHR ruled that Greece violated sixth article of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) on fair trial and the first article of the first additional protocol related to the protection of property.
Greece will pay nearly 37,000 euro for eight plaintiff out of 14 applicants.
Hashmat Karzai was hosting an event at his house for the Eid al-Fitr holiday when a man set of hidden explosives
After the weapons were discovered, Cuba acknowledged it was sending "obsolete" Soviet-era weapons to be repaired in North Korea and then returned to Cuba.
The Obama administration has accused Moscow of conducting missile tests in contravention of a 1987 treaty, amid an ongoing diplomatic row with Russia.
Khamenei criticised the United States and European countries for what he said were their efforts to limit the military capacity of Palestinian fighters in the enclave.
Israeli aircraft fired a missile at the house of Hamas Gaza leader Ismail Haniyeh and flattened it before dawn. More than 30 people were killed in the assaults from air, land and sea, residents said
According to official Israeli figures, three civilians – along with the 53 troops - have been killed since the hostilities began. The Ezzeddin al-Qassam Brigades has claimed to have killed at least 110 Israeli troops
With peace talks due to restart next month, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have launched attacks threatening the country's water supply
The Obama administration has struck back at pointed criticism from Israel over Secretary of State John Kerry’s latest effort to broker a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.
In a telephone with U.S. Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel, his Ukrainian counterpart Valeriy Heletey calls for US assistance in consolidating victories in the eastern provinces
Having suffered so much, many would see a truce that returned Gaza to the status quo under a stifling Israeli-Egyptian blockade as a defeat
The four, a 17-year-old boy and three women between the ages of 18 and 20, had finished their events when they were reported missing
Al-Liby's lawyer, Bernard Kleinman, told U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan that a foreign government was paying his fees but declined to identify the country earlier
The feast this year comes while the Palestinian enclave still reels under an Israeli aggression
Diplomats will hold more talks on Tuesday to try to forge agreement on broader economic sanctions on Russia, targeting capital markets, defence and sensitive technology
The fourth report from the United Nations' human rights agency on Ukraine said most of those leaving were Tatars and other minorities who faced 'intensified' discrimination
The Syrian Network For Human Rights said the Syrian armed forces accounted for more than 1,900 deaths