Judge grants bail until September 1 after Khan was charged under anti-terror law for 'threats' to police and a judge.
"The EU strongly condemns another heinous attack by Russia on civilians," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell tweeted on Thursday, as the death toll from the strike in Chaplyne rose to 25.
The trial of three journalists from Finland's largest newspaper accused of publishing classified defense intelligence will start next month, with proceedings kicking off in the capital Helsinki on Thursday.Two
Some 40,000 Rohingya refugees live in India where fears are growing as calls for deportations to Myanmar increase.
Turkish Foreign Ministry on Thursday voiced concern over the return of conflict in Ethiopia despite an indefinite humanitarian cease-fire."We invite the parties to return to dialogue for the permanent
The European Union on Thursday condemned Russia's deadly bombardment of a railway station in Ukraine and warned those "responsible for Russian rocket terror will be held accountable"."The EU strongly
Macron's visit is an attempt to mend relations between France and Algeria, which hit a new low in the last year.
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu discussed the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant with his French counterpart by telephone, the ministry said on Thursday.Zaporizhzhia, Europe's largest nuclear plant,
Russia's Gazprom on Thursday said no turbines used on the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline were undergoing maintenance in Canada, a day after a Canadian minister was quoted as saying five turbines were there.Canada's
Israeli government officials have failed to arrange an "urgent" phone call between Prime Minister Yair Lapid and U.S. President Joe Biden, an Israeli TV reported.When asked by Israeli officials for
A Pakistani court on Thursday extended former Prime Minister Imran Khan's pre-arrest bail for one week in a terrorism case over a speech, his lawyer said, shortly after the former premier appeared in court
The death toll from a Russian rocket attack as Ukraine observed its Independence Day has risen to 25, including an 11-year-old boy found under the rubble of a house and a 6-year-old killed in a car fire
Iran had sent a 'reasonable' response to EU's proposal to restore the nuclear deal last week, as negotiations continue.
Some 740,000 Rohingya refugees fled persecution in Myanmar in August 2017 only to live in dire conditions in Bangladesh.
Bachelet said her office — as is common practice when the U.N. rights office reports on countries — has informed China about its “findings” and officials have come back with a “substantial” number of comments.
A shortage of natural gas due to the war in Ukraine has caused the price of gas to keep climbing, the Title Transfer Facility (TTF) in Amsterdam - a key natural gas trading hub - said Thursday.After
The Dutch authorities are probing a three-month-old baby's death as asylum seekers face an accommodation crisis.
Two Bulgarian police officers were killed early Thursday as they tried to stop a bus containing migrants who had entered the country illegally, a senior interior ministry official said.The incident
The moving vans have already started arriving at Downing Street as Britain's Conservative Party prepares to evict Prime Minister Boris Johnson.The debate over what mark he left on his party, his country
August 25 marks the fifth anniversary of the military crackdown that UN said was carried out with 'genocidal intent'.
Five years after crackdown by security forces led to mass exodus from Myanmar, Rohingya remain stuck in 'cruel limbo'.
The attacks follow US raids on 'Iran-linked' targets in Syria, and come amid negotiations over a nuclear deal.
South Korea's president Yoon Suk-yeol on Thursday ordered an update of the military's operational plans to address North Korea's growing nuclear and missile threats, his office said.Yoon gave the instructions
Bangladesh on Thursday started vaccination for schoolchildren aged between 5 and 11 with pediatric Pfizer jabs.A circular by Dhaka District Primary Education Office said the first dose of pediatric
Three more ships left Ukrainian ports under the Istanbul grain export deal, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said on Thursday.While one ship departed from the port of Pivdennyi in the Yuzhne city
As time runs out to change the world’s climate trajectory, activists are escalating efforts to curb global warming.
The first French president to be born after Algerian independence, Macron is hoping "to lay a foundation to rebuild and develop" a sometimes difficult relationship with the North African nation, his office
2 Turkish planes carrying out NATO missions over Aegean Sea harassed by Greek F-16s on 24 August according to Turkish National Defense Ministry.
Hearings come as Mahathir Mohamad says Najib is likely to get a royal pardon for his first corruption conviction.
North Korea's state media said on Thursday that a fever outbreak of unknown origin has emerged in a region bordering China, but it was not the novel coronavirus over which the country declared victory
Authorities in Myanmar have detained Britain's former ambassador to the Southeast Asian nation, two people with knowledge of the situation said on Thursday.Vicky Bowman, who currently runs the Myanmar
It's the politics, stupid. A cocktail of dynastic rule, cronyism and debt-fuelled vanity projects, to be precise.
The U.S. recently reiterated that it disagrees with Athens on the extent of Greek airspace, a Greek daily said Wednesday.Citing a report prepared by the U.S. State Department and submitted to Congress,
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has justified her behaviour at a recent party by saying that she missed "joy, fun and brightness," resulting in a standing ovation from members of her own party.Marin
A three-month-old infant died this week at a center for asylum seekers in the Netherlands, shining a spotlight on the lack of adequate accommodations for refugees in the country, which has become a national
Tropical storm Ma-On caused three deaths in the Philippines, its disaster agency reported on Thursday, with the storm currently headed towards southeastern China.Two people were confirmed dead, both
A jury awarded Vanessa Bryant and co-plaintiff Chris Chester a combined $31 million in damages after finding the Los Angeles County Sheriff and Fire Departments liable for sharing graphic photos of the
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees on Thursday marked the fifth anniversary of their exodus from Myanmar to Bangladesh, while the United States, European Union and other Western nations pledged
Japan's National Police Agency chief Itaru Nakamura on Thursday expressed his desire to resign to take responsibility for the shooting of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in July, the Nikkei newspaper
Authorities report four new fever cases in border region two weeks after Kim Jong Un declared victory over COVID-19.
Fake accounts promoted pro-Western narratives while trying to discredit China, Russia and Iran, researchers say.