Russian President Vladimir Putin may visit Türkiye on April 27 to officially grant Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant nuclear facility status, says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The trip is a clear sign of the British government's push to reset relations with Europe after its 2020 departure from the European Union.
Trade, military, economic and cultural relations, were on the agenda of the two leaders during a meeting held in Ankara.
Local Afghan community representatives identified the suspect as an Afghan refugee who was known to have psychological problems after his wife died at a refugee camp in Greece.
Russian ambassador Viktor Tatarintsev states that Sweden and Finland would be targets of Russia’s retaliatory measures if they join NATO.
At 37, Yousaf is the youngest leader yet of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and is vowing to reinvigorate its flagging campaign for independence.
A new study reveals that an additional 136 warheads were attributed to Russia, which has the world's largest arsenal with 5,889 operational warheads, as well as China, India, North Korea and Pakistan.
Swiss bank UBS announced former CEO Sergio Ermotti will lead the company's controversial acquisition of troubled rival Credit Suisse, which restored investor confidence as shares went up.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is now in its 398th day.
French police have been accused of using excessive force, both by protesters and rights bodies, further fueling the anger of demonstrators.
The EU law requires all new cars sold to have zero CO2 emissions from 2035, and 55 percent lower CO2 emissions from 2030, versus 2021 levels.
Portugal’s PM says police shot the attacker after he stabbed two women to death at Ismaili Muslim centre in Lisbon.
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