World Bulletin/News Desk
Four riot police officers have been killed near Grozny, the capital of the Russian North Caucasus republic of Chechnya, as their car was attacked, a police spokesman told RIA Novosti.
“Unknown assailants opened fire from automatic weapons at a police car near the locality of Alkhan-Kala,” the spokesman said, adding that the incident occurred late on Friday. “Four policemen inside the car died of wounds.”
Police are conducting manhunt activities. An investigation is underway.
A ministry official said Foreign Secretary S.Jaishankar would travel to Washington on Tuesday for a "wide-ranging bilateral discussion", without giving further details.
UNHCR said refugees have reported walking for five to seven days to reach Sudan's border state like White Nile, and that 90 percent of the new arrivals there are women and children.
A total of 2,545 attacks against individual refugees were reported in 2016, the ministry wrote, citing police statistics.
Tekebayev's arrest sparked protests around the Central Asian country, as his supporters blasted the accusations against him as "a fabrication".
Le Pen, speaking at a rally in the western city of Nantes, launched a series of attacks on the 39-year-old independent who has emerged as a frontrunner to become France's next leader.
The region has seen rising violence as the result of a conflict between the FPRC and a rival group, the Union for Peace in Central Africa (UPC).
From securing US borders to modernizing its infrastructure or slashing environmental regulations, the major themes of Trump's first weeks in office are expected to loom large.
The secretary of the Navy serves as the chief executive officer for both the Navy and the Marine Corps.
Vandals have broken and overturned more than 500 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia,
Trump's State Department has not yet named a replacement for Obama's envoy Keith Harper at the UNHRC
Migrants from the EU living in the UK are under the microscope as the lower House of Commons scrutinize the Brexit bill
The scheme has proven so successful that Bulgarian gangs are now also targeting neighbouring Greece, where people have been stashing even bigger sums in their homes following the financial crisis.
Marking 3rd anniversary of Russian annexation, Petro Poroshenko decries illegal occupation of Ukrainian territory
Without mentioning any paid ransom, local police spokesman confirms release of duo abducted Wednesday in NW Kaduna state
Last week, Iraqi army began a fresh operation aimed at purging remaining ISIL terrorists from Mosul’s western districts