World Bulletin/News Desk
A Russian riot police officer inadvertently entered the territory of Turkish embassy in Hamovniçeski district in Moscow while trying to apprehend a female protestor.
The girl, Tatiana Romanova, was detained by police when she climbed the garden fence and went inside the embassy and shouted slogans supporting punk band pussy riot members.
Both the policeman and the girl were detained. However, they were later released.
According to Israel's Channel 10, instructions have been issued to the Israeli District Committee for Planning and Building to erect 1,531 settlement units in the Ramat Shlomo neighborhood of East Jerusalem.
The prosecutor said in a statement published April 30 that Zoran Zaev, leader of the opposition Social Democrats, would be charged with "violence against representatives of the highest state bodies."
Two Pakistani inmates were killed and 21 others injured at Korydallos Prison, southwest of capital Athens.
The mayor said the Maryland National Guard would begin withdrawing from the streets over the next week.
Date set for Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus President and Greek Cypriot leader to resume negotiations.
Justice Aboudou Assouma said Gnassingbe had received the highest number of votes in the April 25 polls.
Many Moroccan rights groups have voiced their rejection of Peres' upcoming two-day visit to Morocco's city of Marrakech
The spokesman explained that while some of the women had earlier been abducted by Boko Haram, the others were just fleeing from the violence.
Anti-Islam event in Texas would award $12,500 for ‘best cartoon’ depicting Prophet Muhammad, a derogatory practice that has often offended Muslims across the world.
A spokesman for the prosecutors office confirmed weekend media reports that an investigation had been launched
Elections held Sunday in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory violate principles of international law, says spokesman of Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.
Togo court confirms President Gnassingbe won April 25 election with 58.77 percent of the vote
Kerry's visit followed the killing of 148 people by al Shabaab in an attack on the university at Garissa, nothern Kenya, on April 2.
On Saturday, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said that Abbas would hold presidential and legislative elections once he receives a written request in this regard from Hamas.
Chancellor Werner Faymann described as "totally absurd" the current system in which refugees are supposed to be taken in by the country where they first arrive.
Military spokesman Andriy Lysenko told a briefing that the separatists had used large-calibre artillery in their attacks