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The Turkish move comes after seven European countries warned, on Thursday, that they would consider sanctions against Turkey if it failed to end its “confrontational actions”, and “unilateral and illegal activities”.
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa expressed his gratitude to Sri Lanka Navy, Air Force, Ports Authority, and Indian Defence Forces for their efforts
The EU negotiator reiterated that Brexit deal must be brokered by the “strict deadline” of the end of next month ahead of the transition period on Dec. 31.
In August, Biden announced his vice presidential pick, California Senator Kamala Harris, and officially accepted his party’s nomination
US decision comes amid ongoing dispute in Eastern Mediterranean region
Taliban cache stored 6 AK-47 rifles, 1 RPG launcher, 2,000 bullets, more than 70 kg explosive materials, according to Afghanistan government
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that the specific date for the Putin-Lukashenko meeting has not been set yet.
Macron remarks came as part of his opening speech at the Middle East Mediterranean (MEM) Summer Summit 2020.
Speaking to supporters at an airport, Trump again laced into his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, while lashing out at demonstrations calling for social justice
US President and 2020 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has raised the prospect that he won’t accept the results of November election
Belarus has been witnessing mass protests after incumbent president Lukashenko won a 6th term in elections, as opposition refuses to recognize the results.
Crews of Russian fighter jets approached the air target and identified it as a B-52H strategic bomber of the US Air Force at a safe distance
However, Australia’s coronavirus death toll has reached 600 as authorities in Victoria confirmed 18 new deaths on Saturday.
Greek-Turkish tensions are complex, as NATO has to decide which part to support, says Egyptian MP
Pompeo explores ‘deepening Sudan-Israel relationship,’ discusses Sudan’s removal from US terror list
The statement added that Hamas has been designated a terrorist organisation by the US and European Union (EU), and that both officials hosted by President Erdoğan are Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGTs).
US Secretary of State, Israel’s Netanyahu discuss Iran’s influence, establishing Israel’s regional relationships
Sudan seeks its removal from list of countries US considers as sponsors of terrorism
“The right to freedom of religion or belief is firmly entrenched in international human rights law,” said the United Nations secretary-general
Vajpayee was first Indian official to deliver speech in Hindi before United Nations General Assembly in 1977
France’s President Emmanuel Macron is true friend of Greece, and fervent defender of European values, international law, says Mitsotakis
Iraqi officials labelled the strike as ‘blatant Turkish drone attack’
Extraordinary EU foreign ministers meeting has been set for Friday
“The British economy recession brought on by the coronavirus pandemic has led to the biggest fall in quarterly GDP on record,” said Jonathan Athow
In the statement, the social networking company said that the figure includes donations of $500,000 from a campaign by Facebook users, an amount that was matched by the company. The donation by Facebook comes in the wake of a huge explosion at the port in the country’s capital, Beirut, last Tuesday.
Foreign Ministers of Cyprus, Egypt, and Greece discuss troubling developments in Eastern Mediterranean over phone
Greek Prime Minister meets with National Security Council over issue
Andrei Dmitriyev, Anna Kanopatskaya, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and Sergei Cherechen are running for the presidency
Pentagon said in mid-July that US maintained its force level in Afghanistan at mid-8,000s, meeting conditions of US-Taliban deal signed in late February
Japanese ambassador sends his condolences to Lebanon over blast that rocked Beirut last Tuesday