Turkish police serving detention warrants on Friday targeted 82 pro-Kurdish politicians, 76 academics and university employees and 24 activists.
Kim Jong Un has apologized after North Korean soldiers shot dead a South Korean ministerial official near the countries’ sea border, the presidential office in Seoul said on Friday.
The United States and China traded unusually sharp barbs on Thursday during a United Nations Security Council meeting on the coronavirus pandemic.
Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro has called the United States a threat to world peace.
The European Center for Disease Control (ECDC) and the European Commission warned on Thursday of a lack of respect for coronavirus containment measures and poor enforcement amid rising infections across the continent.
Twenty-three people, including children, were killed when an oil tanker truck overturned and exploded near a bus stop in central Nigeria, emergency officials said on Wednesday.
Russian dissident Alexei Navalny has been discharged from Berlin’s Charite hospital, where he was receiving treatment for severe poisoning, doctors said on Wednesday.
Alexander Lukashenko was sworn in for his sixth consecutive term as president of Belarus in a surprise ceremony on Wednesday, state media reported, following a disputed election that sparked mass protests in the country.