Japan bids farewell to slain leader as anger grows over cost of funeral and the ruling party's ties to a religious cult.
Tatsunori Motoki, accused of spying by Russia's FSB, was released after a few hours and ordered to leave the country.
Apple has asked manufacturers to shift production from China amid geopolitical tensions and pandemic restrictions.
Thousands are fleeing the country to avoid call to fight in Ukraine after Russia ordered first mobilisation since WW II.
"We will now have to talk very quickly in EU circles about further consequences, and for me this also includes sanctions against those responsible," the minister told dpa on Monday.
In world's first attempt to change motion of an asteroid, scientists hope the method can prevent collisions with Earth.
Turkey summons Greek ambassador, files protest with US amid Aegean islands row while Greece slams move as 'unfounded'.
The president and first lady will host Macron and his wife Brigitte, White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said.
Truck carrying food to internally displaced people was hit in Ethiopian drone strike, UN food agency says.
Former US security contractor one of 75 foreign nationals listed by the decree as being granted Russian citizenship.
US military official says aircraft carrier's visit is 'clear and unambiguous demonstration' of commitment to alliance.
New code also would allow surrogate pregnancies, broader rights for grandparents and measures against gender violence.
Authorities urge residents to heed evacuation orders as Hurricane Ian expected to bring heavy rainfall and strong winds.
Guterres renews call for abolition of nuclear weapons as concerns grow over Russia's threat to use them in Ukraine.
The move is likely to boost the Canadian travel industry, already booming after months of lull during the pandemic.
Snowden's name was added to the list of those who have received Russian citizenship, which was enclosed to the presidential decree and published on the official portal.
Royal mourning in memory of the late Queen will end for the monarchy and their households on Tuesday.Since the death of the Queen on September 8, the royal family has only carried out official duties
Turkish army drones have recorded the Greek deployment of armored vehicles on the islands of Midilli (Lesvos) and Sisam (Samos), which is in violation of international law.
People along shared border hope reopening crossings to cargo will boost the economy after years-long closure.
"The occupation-looking military buildups of foreign countries all over Greece should, in essence, disturb Greek people, not us," Erdoğan said after the Cabinet meeting in the capital Ankara.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Interior Minister Nancy Faeser both tested positive for the coronavirus on Monday.The 64-year-old Scholz has mild cold symptoms and immediately went into isolation
Moldova fears Russian gas company Gazprom could reduce or cut the country's gas supply from Oct. 1 and is looking at alternative energy sources, President Maia Sandu said on Monday.One of Europe's
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday the United States looked forward to working with Italy's new government after a far-right victory but would encourage respect for human rights."We are
The re-opening - which will see goods like coal, toilet paper and fruit moved through crossings between the Colombian city of Cucuta and the Venezuelan state of Tachira - was a key campaign promise of
"Our residents are frightened, they are panicking, they don't know what will happen tomorrow, and when people will start being called up (to Russia's army)," Mayor Ivan Fedorov told a news briefing via
Air forces from 9 NATO members-Hungary, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Türkiye, the UK, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania-and candidate country Finland are taking part in the Ramstein Alloy exercise, the
The EU on Monday denounced a decision by Serbia to hold regular foreign policy consultations with Russia, saying the move raised "serious questions" at a time when Brussels has told membership candidates
Italy took a sharp turn to the right Monday after Giorgia Meloni's Eurosceptic populist party swept to victory in general elections, putting the one-time Mussolini admirer on course to become the first
Offering his condolences in a phone call with Qaradawi's son Abdul Rahman Yusuf, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawi displayed the "most beautiful example" of how a Muslim
Giorgia Meloni is set to become Italy's first female prime minister after leading a right-wing alliance to election win.
So far the only effect of Starlink’s 'activation' has been indirectly helping spread malware on Iranian devices.
Around 90,000 people have been displaced due to violence in Papua New Guinea since May this year.The incidents in the country's Highlands Region flared up during elections held in July."Women and
The site is an industrial chicken farm outside Kozacha Lopan around two kilometres from the international border, once used by Russian troops to shelter their tanks.Officials and soldiers spoke of
Ultranationalist Jews entered under Israeli police protection, with restrictions imposed on Palestinian movement.
"We have been very clear with the Russians publicly and as well as privately to stop the loose talk about nuclear weapons," Blinken said in New York on the margins of the UN General Assembly. "It's very
Widespread fear and insecurity among Myanmar's civilian population has forced over 1 million people from their homes, a top UN official said on Monday, warning of rising fears of starvation in the country.More
The United States will provide $457.5 million in new civilian security aid for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a statement on Monday.The aid is designed to help Ukrainian law enforcement
The course is to include weapons handling, shooting, close combat and map reading and will be held at 17 army bases on Saturdays in October and November, it said. Only Polish citizens will be eligible
Businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin says he is 'proud' of founding Wagner Group staffed by Russian war veterans.
The Italian right-wing coalition's resounding victory in Sunday's general election marks a return to parliament for former premier Silvio Berlusconi, nine years after he was kicked out over a tax fraud