By Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) – When President Tayyip Erdogan opened a new court complex this month, Turkey’s senior cleric sealed the ceremony with a Muslim prayer, triggering protests from
PARIS (Reuters) – Carlos the Jackal, the leftist militant who carried out attacks across the globe in the 1970s and 1980s, opened a bid in a French court on Wednesday to reduce the life sentence he
ALGIERS (Reuters) – Algeria’s former interim president Abdelkader Bensalah, who ruled the country during an unprecedented political crisis in 2019, died on Wednesday aged 80, the presidency said.
KYIV (Reuters) – Serhiy Shefir, a top aide to Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said an assassination attempt against him on Wednesday was designed to frighten the Ukrainian leadership.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia on Wednesday said it plans to seek China’s position on the new defence partnership between the United States, Britain and Australia, days after sounding the alarm
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s defence ministry is investigating an employee over suspected far-right links, a spokesman said on Wednesday, following a report in Spiegel magazine that the military
By Jiraporn Kuhakan BANGKOK (Reuters) – A group of Thai monks and volunteers wearing protective clothing carefully navigate the bumpy roads of a Bangkok suburb in a golf cart, towing a trailer loaded
By Tife Owolabi and Estelle Shirbon BENIN CITY, Nigeria (Reuters) – A new guild of artists from Nigeria’s Benin City has offered to donate artworks to the British Museum in London as a way to
By Anton Zverev, Darya Korsunskaya and Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin and its loyalists have said they will maintain and in some cases intensify their tough approach to internal and