World Bulletin/News Desk
Myanmar opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi begun a visit to Germany on Thursday.
Suu Kyi, who remained under house arrest for more than a decade in Myanmar, was received by German President Joachim Gauck at the Bellevue Palace in Berlin.
They spoke about the developments in Myanmar.
Aung San Suu Kyi is also to set to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Suu Kyi will receive the International Willy Brandt Prize on Friday. The prize is given by Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) to persons or institutions for their distinguished contribution to international understanding between people.
"We have a complicated situation… We were not able to stitch it together to a final deal. That was a blow I think to everybody involved, and the question is what we can do now," Eide told reporters in Nicosia.
The migrants, mostly Africans and including two women and four children, were spotted off the coast of the capital Tripoli.
There was no claim of responsibility for the attack
Talks to focus on Turkey’s bid to join EU as well as counterterrorism, migration and visa liberalization
Emmanuel Macron to host mediation meeting between Libya's UN-backed premier, military rival
Thousands of Polish people demonstrated over amendments to widen government's authority over judiciary
French President Emmanuel Macron will host the meeting, the presidency said in a statement on Monday.
In addition to the dead, there were 28 injured -- 20 of them severely -- who were being treated at seven local hospitals, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus and Fire Chief Charles Hood told reporters.
The walk-out comes as violent and sometimes deadly protests continue amid a political and economic crisis that has led to shortages of basic goods and soaring inflation.
Three Palestinians from the Qalandiya Refugee Camp injured protesting Israel’s new restrictions at Al-Aqsa Mosque
Edgar Lungu expels ruling party members for insubordination, including one potential challenger for his seat
Book by former surgeon to South African statesman violates doctor-patient confidentiality, says Nelson Mandela's grandson
Israeli officials signalled they may be open to changing the measures at the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, after the installation of metal detectors at entrances following an attack that killed two policemen stoked Palestinian anger.
Israel reportedly arrests senior Hamas leaders during overnight raids in occupied West Bank
Algeria has refused to classify Hamas or Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist organizations