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.
Dallas police are seeking two suspects in the shooting death of Ahmed Al-Jumaili, who recently emigrated from Iraq.
Israeli military spokesman Peter Lerner confirmed the attack, saying five people were injured
Karti said that the preliminary agreement would be submitted to each of the three countries' presidents for review
Pakistan's ruling party makes gains in parliament's upper house likely help in passing legislation
The UN human rights chief has said the fight against terror is a struggle to uphold the values of democracy and human rights, not to undermine them.
Sudan promises ambassador that it will aid in removing obstacles in order to facilitate US embassy.
Students beaten and arrested while others held outside Yangon
The Caspian Sea states have agreed on six points of the draft convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea after two days of talks in Baku.
A senior leader has appealed to the Supreme Court to scrap the death penalty.
Saudi Arabia on Thursday expressed concern that Iran may eventually develop the ability to manufacture nuclear weapons.
The deal, brokered by the world body and already signed by the southern Bamako government, aims to put a stop to decades of Tuareg uprisings.
Police officer says seven people died and 23 others were injured in multiple explosions in Baghdad
According to Israel's Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported, a Palestinian tried to stab a group of Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Tension has mounted in the occupied West Bank since the abduction
President refused U.N.-brokered talks with their powerful movement unless they withdrew from Sanaa.
The attacks were in Syria and Iraq, attacking fighting positions.
The ECB will purchase sovereign debt until at least September 2016.